Get ready archery enthusiasts! A recently renovated archery range at Walton Wildlife Management Area has officially re-opened to the public. This is one of almost 40 archery and shooting ranges currently available on public land in Georgia.
The renovation work was extensive – but worth the wait! Some of the improvements include:
• Covered, divided station lanes with ceiling fans.
• Six-lane static archery range has bow butt targets at 20-60 yard distances.
• Two additional archery lanes have 3-D targets set at various distances up to 60 yards.
• Increased ADA accessibility throughout the range
The archery range at Walton WMA will serve as a resource for area archery enthusiasts. Users will need to provide their own gear. To reduce impacts to targets, broadheads are not allowed.
The unstaffed range at Walton WMA is available from sunrise to sunset, and users of the range (age 16 and up) must have a valid recreational license, such as a hunting, fishing or Lands Pass license. Licenses available at www.gooutdoorsgeorgia.com.