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The Darrington Archers

Darrington Archers is a community-based archery range located in Darrington, Washington. Founded in 1979 by Marv Kastning, a local teacher and archery enthusiast, the range has grown into a permanent world-class facility with over 240 acres of forested land owned by the Snohomish County Parks Department and the Darrington School District.

One of the highlights of Darrington Archers is "The Family of Archers," a sculpture in town that depicts a family of archers and was exclusively designed by Marv Kastning himself. The range's logo is also designed by Kastning, who was a pioneer builder, designer and artist.

Over the years, Darrington Archers has hosted numerous archery events, including the World Archery Tournament in 1988 and several National Outdoor Tournaments. The range features four permanent courses, each with 28 targets. One of the courses, the Dylan Range, is the first handicapped accessible 28-target outdoor range in the United States.

Darrington Archers is a family-friendly range that welcomes archers of all ages and skill levels so if you're looking for a welcoming and world-class archery range, come to Darrington Archers and experience the sport that brings families and friends together.

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If you have any questions or wish to join our club, please contact us through the form or email us directly!

Call (425) 308-0003

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