Lone Tree Archers
Lone Tree Archers is a non-profit recreational group based in Sidney, Montana. It has been in existence since 1956. Originally it was called Sidney Bowhunters Club, but the name was later changed to Lone Tree Archers.
The club is a family-oriented organization, and its purpose is to provide a safe location for archers of all ages to learn, practice, and enhance their bow shooting skills, and also to promote the sport of archery and bow-hunting.
The club maintains a 40-acre archery range located east of Sidney in the badlands overlooking the Yellowstone River. Our facilities include a clubhouse, a handicap-accessible outdoor restroom, and a parking area. The range is open to members daily during daylight hours.
The shooting range is set up with 22 targets which are left out year round. Most of these are Pacific Bow Butts with burlap or Duramesh target faces. During special events and shoots, we set out the 3-D animal targets.
Membership in the club is on an annual basis. Individual membership fee is $30 and family membership is $45.
Members are allowed access to the archery range and other club activities such as our weekly "club nights" in the summer.