About Waukegan Bowmen
The Waukegan Bowmen Archery Club was incorporated in 1948. The club had its beginnings with archery minded individuals in the Waukegan area. Eventually, the club secured property in Bristol, WI and built its beautiful facilities. There are 2 outdoor ranges, an outdoor practice range, a clubhouse, and an indoor range. The main purpose of the club is to promote ethical bowhunting, community fellowship, and good sportsmanship.
Waukegan Bowmen is a club governed by a President, Vice President, Treasurer, Secretary, Corresponding Secretary and Range Captains.
The Club meets on the first Wednesday of every month.
Why join Waukegan Bowmen Archery Club?
Whether shooting high tech or traditional equipment for target shooting or bowhunting, you’ll find a friendly atmosphere of fellow archers anxious to share in your archery interests. If you’re interested in a membership for you or your family, click here for more information.
Waukegan Bowmen encourages:
- Good sportsmanship
- Respect for the environment, the club and its members
- Teaches respect for the wishes of landowners when hunting
- Participation of club members in club events
Waukegan Bowmen offers:
- Winter Leagues (open to public)
- Specialty 3D shoots
- 30 Target Stations
- Broadhead practice range
- Numerous tree stand platforms
- Practice area with targets at 10, 20, 30, 40 and 50 yards
- Multiple club sponsored shoots per year (indoor and outdoor)
- Archery Golf Shoot
- League Shoots
Monthly Newsletter, Website and Facebook
Awards & Trophies
- All league and club shoot awards to top shooters
- Annual trophy for big buck scoring according to Pope & Young rules
- Annual trophy for heaviest doe
- Deer pins and other big game pins
- Small Game awards