Clover Leaf Archery Club was incorporated in 1964 by a group of local archers/bowhunters looking for a place of their own where they could practice their craft and share fellowship. That continues to be our mission.
The club is situated on 26 acres of woodland located in Milford Twp. in Bucks County Pennsylvania, and currently has a membership of approximately 160 active members, 18 social members and 40 life members. The club started out with a simple pavilion where the original members would gather. The pavilion was eventually enclosed (it’s unknown exactly when) and the first club-house was established.
In the early 80’s a much larger building was constructed on the club grounds. This building, which has modern facilities including restrooms and small kitchen, houses our twenty-yard indoor range consisting of 16 lanes, three rows each. Sometime in the mid-80’s the original club house was torn down and an addition was constructed onto the main building mostly for storage and a small workshop.
In addition to the indoor range, which is open for use by members after a probationary period, the club also maintains a lighted practice course consisting of 10, 20, 30, 40 and 50 yard ranges as well as a Styrofoam block to be used for broadhead practice.
The club maintains a yearly schedule of outdoor 3-D shoots for all facets of archery from the traditional to the most modern equipment, with 3-D targets ranging from a ground hog to a life size moose. The shoots are held on Sundays and Wednesdays throughout the year as listed in our schedule posted on this web site.
The has approximately 22 practice butts, situated throughout the property, with shots at various yardages and an additional elevated shooting platform in a woods-walk setting. Also there’s a practice butt located on the club grounds with yardages out to 80 yards, for those interested in long-range practice.
Our indoor winter leagues are held throughout the winter on Monday, Tuesday, Wednesday and Thursday nights. We also offer youth and ladies nights on alternating Fridays during our winter leagues to introduce the sport of archery to our entire community.