The Chattanooga Archery community has a new home! Our Archery Classes, Clubs, and many new services are moving to McCallie Ave!
Welcome to the archery community for Chattanooga, North Georgia, and surrounding areas. Our goal is to promote and foster the growing sport of archery by providing a wide variety of services. In addition to archery education classes and archery clubs for youth and adults, we offer archery leagues, birthday parties, and corporate events. There is a growing archery community nationwide and in our area. We hope that you will take a look at what we have to offer and discover for yourself why archery is one of the fastest growing sports in America and how River City Archery is doing our part to support that growth locally.
Our doors will be open again on November 1st!
We are moving to 1304 McCallie Ave!
Our new full-time archery facility will feature:
- Multiple classrooms
- Range Memberships
- More space for spectators
- 30 shooting lanes
- Plenty of parking and much more!
Follow along as we prepare to open our doors in November. Check back for our new schedule and check out the new services that we will be offering over the next 12 months!
Archery is an amazing sport and pastime that has existed for centuries. The number of people that are discovering the fun as well as the benefits of archery is growing at an explosive rate. Join one of our classes and experience the benefits for yourself.
The Health Benefits of Archery
The Family Benefits of Archery
At River City Archery we believe that "a family that plays together stays together". Archery is a great activity to share with the entire family and to build traditions and lasting memories. We offer extremely discounted rates for archery classes when a parent and child register together.
The Social Benefits of Archery
Archery classes and clubs provide an opportunity to get out of the house and make new friends. Archery is an inclusive sport that not only attracts the young, but also the young at heart. Someone can excel in the sport of archery regardless of how far they throw a ball, whether they like to compete from a wheelchair, or even if they were born without arms.