Formed in 1933, the Lancaster Archery Club has a rich history as one of the oldest Archery Clubs in the USA. Originally operating out of Williamson Park (now Lancaster County Park), LAC is one of the area's most respected outdoor clubs. In 1953, Conservationist, Archer, and LAC Founding Member, Clayton Shenk was largely responsible for the PGC allowing archery equipment and then establishing a Fall Archery Hunting Season for deer in PA. Other past members include 50's and early 60's Eastern and PA State Champion Archer, Robert H. Kaufhold and many who've followed in their path of archery excellence.
great times with friends who share your interest in archery
Located on Eckman Road is just 8/10 mile off of Rt.222/272S Willow Street Pike,
between Lancaster City and the Willow Valley Resort area features mowed or
wooded paths and a 28 ground target station Field and 3D Archery course in
addition to a lighted archery practice and broadhead range. Nature's best is
abundantly on-hand for you to view throughout the lush 20 rolling acres of hills
near the year-round stream running thru the property flowing into the Conestoga
River along the property.
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