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Ontario Summer Games3D archery focuses on shooting at life-size models of game and is popular with hunters. It is most common to see unmarked distances in 3D archery, as the goal is to accurately recreate a hunting environment for competition.

Though the goal is hunting practice, hunting broadheads are not used, as they would tear up the foam targets too much. Normal target or field tips, of the same weight as the intended broadhead, are used instead.

In the past 10 years 3D archery has taken new light with a competitive edge. There is a whole new group of competitions that are no longer considered hunting practice. Competitions are held around the world at local, Provincial, National and International levels. Some competitors will travel thousands of miles a year to compete to try and claim the world title in 3D archery. This competitive style has been growing in many other countries and should continue with strong support for many years to come.

The major 3d archery groups are the IBO (International Bowhunting Organization) and the ASA (Archery Shooters Association) are primarily based in Eastern United States. They each have different rules and scoring methods. The OAA uses has developed a set of rules that meet the needs of Ontario shooters, taking ideas from IBO, ASA and WA rule books. Each class shoots at maximum yardages that vary by class, the maximum yardage for an OAA 3D shoot is 50yards.

The Ontario 3D Championships is a two day event, consisting of 40 Targets shot on each day. First day and Second Day will be Shotgun Start with groups peer grouped by Equipment Category Day one and then my Score and Equipment Category on Day 2.

2019 3D Championships

Date: July 6th & 7th

  • Day 1: Peer grouped by equipment - 10am shotgun start *
  • Day 2: Peer grouped by Day 1 results - 8am shotgun start *
  • Equipment Inspection is available Friday 6pm or Saturday 8am *
  • Archery Canada equipment categories *

* as per 3D Advisory Committee recommendation


  • Archer's In Muskoka
    2845 HWY 60
    Dwight ON, P0A 1H0


  • Kevin Stroud 705.571.2592
  • Gord Shields 705.646.3178
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Lunch and drinks will be available for Nominal Fee - Water will be provided free on the course


Up to June 22nd

  • $75 Adult
  • $55 Youth
  • $160 Family

From June 23rd

  • $95 Adult
  • $75 Youth
  • $180 Family
  • Registration will close July 3rd
  • All Prices include HST

Local Accommodation

Comfort Inn - Hunstville
86 King William St, Huntsville, ON P1H 1E4
(705) 789-1701

Rodeway Inn King William
23 King William St, Huntsville, ON P1H 1G4
(705) 789-9661

Econo Lodge
117 Main St W, Huntsville, ON P1H 1W8
(705) 788-5051

OAA membership is required to win championship medals and must be paid previous to event online .No walk-on's allowed. Guests are welcome however there are no awards and their scores will not be published.



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