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Welcome to the Yolo Bowmen

Monthly Meetings: Please join us at the Yolo Bowmen Clubhouse the first Wednesday of every month beginning at 6:30p.m. to learn about upcoming events. We encourage new members to attend so they can learn about the club and get acquainted.

Range Cleanup: Each Saturday following the monthly meeting, members are encouraged to assist with the restoration of the range. Cleanup begins at 9:00 a.m. 

Range Hours: The range is open to the public seven (7) days a week of $5.00/per person/per use for non-members. We are located South of Davis, California in the Grasslands Regional Park. Exit at Mace Boulevard off Interstate 80 in Davis.  Go South on Mace Boulevard for four (4) miles and the range will be on your left. 

Yolo County Grasslands Regional Park is a 320-acre park located in Davis, California that was acquired from the federal government with the agreement that it be used for public recreation.

 The City of Davis has restricted public access to 63 acres as burrowing owl habitat (33 acres for
Mace Ranch
 habitat mitigation banking plus an additional 30-acre easement) with additional acreage
restricted by oak woodlands preservation and vernal pools.

Currently, the only other public uses of the remaining area are archery 
and model airplane use.
In the winter, raptors are abundant while in spring, unique passerines may be found utilizing this
oasis of trees among the fields.