Good Morning members!  Some of you may know us, some may not.  We are your newly elected Tournament Directors Naython Fleet and Clayton Fleet.  We have some big plans for this year and hope you all come out to enjoy the fun.

Our resume is endless as archery is our life – hunting and tournaments.  OUR GOAL IS TO GROW THE SPORT

Naython – “I compete almost every weekend around the prairies, and I have set up multiple tournaments around Canada.  I’ve been in the sport for 13 years and compete on a North American level.  Currently I have competed in Manitoba, Saskatchewan, Newfoundland, New Brunswick, B.C, and Alberta along with competing at the Organization of Professional Archers In Pennsylvania.  I also worked in a Pro Shop for 4 years and can help answer any questions regarding your set-up.”

Clayton – “I have been shooting for 13 years now.  I have experience in running tournaments as an executive club member, and was on two different club boards since I started in the sport.  First was in Shilo, Manitoba and the second was a much smaller club in Newfoundland both in which we managed to get the club to grow beyond our expectations.  During my time in  Shilo, I organized a few 3D indoor shoots with my team hosting archers from all over Manitoba and into Saskatchewan, and in Newfoundland I organized mail matches thru Archery Canada.”

When at the range or competitions, look for the blue and pink Hoyt or the Nock On NTN set up for target and say HI – that’s us!

Below is a list of 3D archery tournaments we recommend as a first to shoot below, hunters and non-hunters attend these with 60-130 attending on average.  Shooting at other clubs and meeting new people is how our club will grow and evolve, and it also gives us new challenges to improve our own skills.  Lets get Parkland’s name on the map!

Some upcoming Tournaments in 2023:

  1. Ironman (biggest indoor shoot in Canada) January 28-29th – Lethbridge
  2. Stavely Archery Lanes – February 11th – Stavely
  3. Medicine Hat Indoor – February 17-19th – Medicine Hat
  4. Indoor 3D Provincials – March 18-19th – Grande Prairie
  5. Indoor Nationals – March 24-26th – Calgary

To find all the tournaments the following sites are a good place to start your search:

Facebook Sites

  1. Archery Alberta
  2. 3D Archery Canada
  3. Alberta, Saskatchewan and Beyond 3D Archery

Web Links

If you have any questions, please don’t hesitate to reach out!


Naython and Clayton 

(email/cell # on Contact Page)


Our first 3D Tournament of 2023 kicks off with our Cabin Fever Shoot on Sunday April 30th! 

Pre-register with Tournament Directors Naython Fleet or Clayton Fleet by emailing them at or  

2 Rounds of 20 Targets each –  known yardage.  Registration table (Cash Only!) will open at 8 a.m. 

Safety/Rule Meeting at 9:15 a.m. and Shotgun Start at 9:30 a.m.  Grand Prix Style Shoot Off at ~ 2:00 p.m.

Click on the poster above to view fees and other details!  If you need more info, please feel free to contact Naython or Clayton directly.

ASA TOUR – LEG 2 – JUNE 23-25, 2023

The ASA Tour Leg 2 – hosted by Capital Region Archery Club – will be held at the Parkland Bowbenders Range!  Mark your calendars!!  Archery Alberta ASA Tour Rules apply and all registrants must be an Archery Alberta/Canada member.  More details to follow closer to event.  Click on ASA Tour Poster above.


Parkland Bowbenders was so pleased to host the young archers that participated in the 2023 Alberta Indigenous Games August 16 – 18, 2023.  Please check out our gallery page to see photos from this event!  


Our Junior Program has ended for 2023 and will resume in the spring of 2024.  Visit the Junior Program Page for registration details from Coach Leon Lemoine.
A huge “Thank You” to Jim Bows, Accurate Archery, and Wyld Archery for referring members out to our club!  We really appreciate everything you guys do for us!  😀


Our range is conveniently located west of Villeneuve on a beautiful wooded property.

Our members enjoy virtually 24/7 access to the range facilities.  Please remember to take pride in the range and do not litter.  If you see garbage laying around, please pick it up, and don’t forget to clean up after your dog as well!  The owner of the property tours the range on a regular basis and has commented how clean and well kept the range is.  If you see somethings wrong or needs fixing, please contact one of the Executive Directors. 


Click on the green tab below to view the Range Rules for Parkland Bowbenders Archery Club.