Latest News as of 10/25/17:  Just a reminder to everyone that visits BFAC ... broadheads are absolutely NOT allowed!  This is stated clearly in our first rule under the "Facility" section of our website and on posters located at the entrance and practice range.

Welcome!

Looking for an archery range? Look no further

We are a volunteer driven, non-profit organization that is home to one of the best outdoor archery facilities in the State of Texas!  

We welcome bow hunters, target archers, recreational archers, and all styles of archery including traditional bows, Olympic style bows, and compound bows.

We host 3D shoots, field shoots, FITA style target shoots, youth programs and more. All this made possible by a host of volunteers, including certified coaches and instructors. 

Our expansive practice range, with covered seating and ample parking, is available to membership from sunrise to sunset, almost every day of the year.

Rule #1 is that crossbows, broadheads, firearms, pets, alcoholic beverages, fires, hunting and any device that locks a bow at full/partial draw are NOT allowed at the range.  For more rules, click on the "Facility" tab above.


Become a Member

Membership is the core of our club. The membership fees provide the necessary funds for us to maintain and improve the facility. Members provide the activity, manpower, ideas, and spirit that makes the club thrive.

Visit the membership page for more information and to sign up! 

Visit an Open House

Buffalo Field Archery Club is open to the public, for free, on Saturday mornings from 8am until noon. This is a time for guests to come and visit the facility, meet a board member or volunteer, shoot some arrows and take a tour.

If you don't have your own archery equipment yet, borrow ours! We have some bows on hand for visitors to try archery before taking the plunge.

Before visiting, please be kind enough to read our range rules so you know what to expect. Thank you. We look forward to meeting you.

Questions?

Email or call

 713-489-6307

Leave a voice mail, and a board director will get back in touch with you.