The NFAA Easton Yankton Archery Center is home to the National Field Archery Association (NFAA) National Headquarters and the largest archery center in the world. The 100-acre complex in Yankton provides ample opportunity for all disciplines of archery: target, field and 3D. The quality coaching staff caters to all archers whether you are a beginner, bowhunter, or international competitor.
The center hosted the 2015 World Youth Championships, the 2018 World Indoor Championships, and will host the 2020 World Field Championships along with the 2021 Hyundai World Archery Championships.
The 90M indoor range is a climate-controlled environment for year-round shooting. With movable targets, the range can be set up for shooting at any distance, and can accommodate as many as 80 shooting lanes for 18M tournaments.
Easton Field and First Dakota Field are 90M grass fields with room for a combined 130 targets and 260 shooting lanes. Awnings cover the entire width of the ranges, providing shade for the archers between ends, and a lawn behind the shooting line allows for spectators.
Explore your inner bowhunter with our outdoor 3D range. Shoot from a 40-foot elevated platform at 45 animal-shaped foam targets. Test your marksman skill with targets between 10-70 yards!
The center has 3 different outdoor field courses - Rushmore, Badlands, and Missouri. The courses consist of 28 targets each and are state of the art with all the accouterments.