Indiana S3DA State Championship

 We are excited to Host the Indiana S3DA 3-D State Championship this weekend on June 29 starting at 8 am. Everyone is welcome to come watch all the kids shoot!!! We hope to have good weather but bring your boots, rain coat, a chair, and umbrella just in case.   

The fun zone and upper ranges will be open to the public during the Tournament on Saturday.

 Our 3D range will be closed to the public due to the State Championship from Thursday to Sunday.  

Our Special Purpose Ranges

Range #1


16 Covered outdoor lanes out to 30 yds, what is commonly referred to as our "Family Fun Zone" and consists of a variety of 3-D animals set at varying unmarked distances. Dinosaurs, Zombies, Giant Snake, and Frogs, as well as the (mythical antlerless) Giant Jack-O_Lope all call this range home.

Range #2


Is  a multi-use range that was built to host field archery tournaments and Olympic archery trials. Theses ranges can accommodate up to 96 shooters at a time from a covered shooting line outdoors. Theses ranges are currently set with (20)x5, AWT Targets, with easy arrow pull & return shooting lanes, and offers shots our to 50 yards; on targets representing North American Big Game animals and more.

​Special Ranges & Novelty Ranges...


Do to our immense size we sometimes offer additional temporary range areas. These ranges are only set for a specific event or time frame. We also offer a 30 target 3D course setup from April to November.

Koteewi 2019 Outdoor Schedule



10:00 AM to 8:00 PM  Sunday

10:00 AM to 8:00 PM  Monday

10:00 AM to 8:00 PM  Tuesday

10:00 AM to 8:00 PM  Wednesday

10:00 AM to 8:00 PM  Thursday

10:00 AM to 8:00 PM  Friday

10:00 AM to 8:00 PM  Saturday

Please check the week of for holiday hours.  

Contact US..

by phone: (317) 776 8472

email: koteewiarchery@gmail.com

Come visit us ..

11909 Koteewi Dr 

Noblesville, IN 46060 


"The Koteewi Sport & Target Archery Center is a World Class archery destination... It's a place where people come to discover the ancient art of archery, train to compete, prepare for a hunt, and spend time with family."

 Tony Girt - Koteewi Range Master

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