We are an archery club promoting the use of the bow and arrow for Pleasure, Sport, Competition and Bowhunting. Our range is located in the Lone Star Lakes Park in Suffolk, Virginia. Founded in 1979, the Kingsboro Bowmen have been a mainstay in the local archery community.
We are members of the Virginia Bowhunters Association (VBA) and the International Bowhunters Organization (IBO). Using these organization rules we host organized archery events throughout the year. We will host the IBO Worlds Qualifier in March of 2014. In the past, we have hosted the VBA State Indoor Championships from 1986 through 1996, 2009-2013 and will host again in February, 2014. Additionally, we are scheduled to host the VBA Fall 3D Classic State Tournament in August, 2014. Regular tournaments (3-D and Field Archery) are held monthly from January through September of each year. These shoots all have divisions and age groups to assure fair competition at all levels. Membership is not required for participation at our shoots.
Member Benefits include: Camaraderie and Fellowship. Advancement in archery skills. Suffolk Lone Star Lakes Park Pass with Fishing Permit, Club participation, Archery Equipment discounts (Wilcox Bait & Tackle), Free shooting at our shoots for working members, Discounted fees at other archery ranges, Free food for attending meetings, Free archery instruction, Buy/Sell/Trade archery equipment Informative meetings, VBA Awards, Helpful hunting tips, Christmas Party. Support of the VBA to insure your Hunting Rights!
JULY meeting WAS held on the 3rd...
Amidst folklore legends and urban myths, there will be no meeting on July the 10th.The July meeting was held on the 3rd. Sorry for the confusion. If you missed ...
Posted Jul 8, 2014, 6:51 PM by Andy Willman
Meeting this thursday, May 1.
Come one, come all!https://sites.google.com/site/kingsborobowmen/faqs
Posted Apr 29, 2014, 4:55 PM by Andy Willman
Field Shoot this weekend April, 27! Shotgun start!
Register before 9:30am and at 10:00am the shoot will begin!
Posted Apr 22, 2014, 4:25 AM by Andy Willman