State Associations help to oversee target archery in their home states by assisting in the growth of Junior Olympic Archery Development (JOAD) clubs, hosting archery tournaments, and providing resources for USA Archery members throughout their state.
USA Archery is committed to helping state associations to be as productive and successful as possible. Click here for guidelines on becoming a USA Archery State Association.
Please note: State Associations are required to retain non-profit status under the 501 (C) code of the IRS. This can be obtained through the organization’s own application to the IRS or through consent to qualify under USA Archery’s Group Exemption.
Click here to join or renew
as a State Association. Click here to update
your State Association's contact information.
Did you know that you may already be a member of a State Archery Association?
Please click here to see a current listing of USA Archery State Associations and contact information. If your state does not have a State Association, please contact National Events Manager Sheri Rhodes at: firstname.lastname@example.org for information on hosting a State Tournament - or contact Program Coordinator Jon Taylor at: email@example.com for information on USA Archery programming opportunities.
State Association Leaders: please click here to download an event Sanction Application.