ARCHERY RANGE AT CHEVIOT HILLS REC CENTER

 

 

Originally built in 1983 as a practice facility for the 1984 Olympics, the Easton Rancho Park Archery Range has undergone a massive three-year, $2 million renovation. Thanks to the work of the Easton Foundations, the Los Angeles Department of Recreation and Parks, and the Los Angeles Parks Foundation, the upgraded facility will serve the archery community and future Olympians as L.A. gears up to host the Olympics in 2028. Among the few public archery ranges in L.A., the range, which has 10m to 50m ranges, will serve archery enthusiasts and club teams throughout the area. The facility is free for the public, with beginners’ classes and equipment rentals available on weekends.

Thanks to a our partnership with the Easton Sports Development Foundation, the all-new, state-of-the-art Easton Rancho Archery Range had its grand opening on Saturday, September 23, 2017. The event was hosted by Mayor Garcetti, with speakers including Councilman Paul Koretz, General Manager of LA Department of Recreation and Parks Mike Shull, and champion archer and actor Geena Davis. The range boasts 10-, 20-, 30- and 80-meter ranges for archers of all skill levels. Come by the range and take lessons! 2455 Motor Avenue.The Easton Rancho Park Archery Range underwent an extensive $2 million renovation to replace a smaller, outdated facility with soaring pavilions and four levels of shooting lanes.

The project, which took nearly three years to complete, was spearheaded by Don Rabska, vice president of Easton Foundations. “The new range has a special symbolism, and was designed to be aesthetically pleasing and functional in support of those who pursue archery excellence,” said Rabska.

The new archery range is one of several projects achieved through a partnership between the Department of Recreation and Parks and the Los Angeles Parks Foundation. The Foundation has been supporting the city’s 50 Parks Initiative, an ambitious plan to acquire and transform parcels of land into new neighborhood parks. It is also helping to improve current parks and recreation programs, with the most recent accomplishment being the upgraded Easton Rancho Park Archery Range.

“This new state-of-the-art archery range represents the best example of public-private partnerships,” said Judith Kieffer of the Los Angeles Parks Foundation. “We’re proud to have worked with the Easton Sports Development Foundation and the parks department to bring this new amenity to the public.”

The Easton Rancho Park Archery Range is located at the Cheviot Hills Recreation Center and is available for public use, free of charge. Normal park hours are 8:00 a.m. to 10:00 p.m., seven days a week for those who bring their own equipment. Beginners’ classes and equipment are available on weekends on a first-come, first-serve basis.