2021-2022 Season

It’s time to get back to Archery!
The health and well-being of our members is our top priority. Over the last month the RA Archery Club executive and Club Pro have worked closely with RA Management to develop a Return-to-Play protocol and to ensure that all relevant provincial/local government and health authority recommendations are being followed.

Return-to-Play Protocol

Updated August 2021

RA Archery Club Acknowledgement, Assumption of Risks, Waiver and Release of Claims – Coronavirus (COVID-19) Form

ADULTS – Click to complete


MINORS – Click to complete


Archery photo 




PLEASE NOTE: You must be an RA Member to join the Club. RA Membership is open to everyone. Click here for information on Association Membership.


PLEASE NOTE: Access to the Archery range has been disrupted (June, July & August) as the RA undertakes major renovation work in the Curling Centre. At this time, the Archery range may only be accessed through the exterior door adjacent to the sliding glass doors of the Ray Kinsella Arena (East Wing) and the Sundeck patio. There is absolutely no access to the range through the building. Please park in the RA's East parking lot and walk carefully along side the hoarded-off construction area outside the Ray Kinsella Arena entrance. The Archery range and washrooms are situated at the top of the stairs located immediately inside the entrance.

NOTE ABOUT ACCESSIBILITY: The RA makes every reasonable effort to ensure that its policies, practices and procedures are consistent with the principles of dignity, independence, integration and equal opportunity. However, due to the limitations of this temporary entrance to the range, accessibility issues may arise. Please contact the RA Member Services at (613) 733-5100 prior to arrival to confirm whether we can meet your expectations.

Your patience and understanding are greatly appreciated.


In order to qualify to join the RA Archery Club individuals are required to pass a complimentary Range Assessment with our full-time Archery Professional. Assessments are to ensure safety of all participants within the range.  Should an assessment result in a non-pass individuals will be provided options to promote further developing of skills. These options may include participating in an Archery Level 1 course or registering for private lessons. Our goal is to ensure all participants are safe and enjoying their archery experience.

To book your assessment please contact Bruce Malberg at bmalmberg@racentre.com 


Adult Membership

Membership includes access during the Supervised Member/Non-member booking time. RA Archery members also are eligible to take the Archery Safety course which allows them access to extended shooting times. Individuals are required to have own equipment to join. 

Season: Annual - 12 months from date of purchase
Fee: $325 RA member
Season: 3 months
Fee: $98 RA member


Archery Safety Course

This 2 hour information course is designed to educate members on RA Archery Range safety. Completion of this course will provide members access to the RA archery range on their own. This is a great way for members to expand their range access and remain safe. Click here to view the next course. 

Fee per session:

$30 / RA Archery Member

Archery Member Range Hours

NEWRA Archery Members are required to pre-book their times in the range. See fall schedule for times.



The range may be booked 7 days in advance.

Click here to read the on-line Court Booking procedures.

E-mail Club Pro Bruce Malmberg at bmalmberg@racentre.com. Please allow 5 days for confirmation of your reservation.


Click here to be directed directly to the PlayRA log-in page.

Click here for information on how to initially log-on to PlayRA.

Click to read the on-line Court Booking procedures.