Southern Okanagan Sportsmen's Association (SOSA)

Our club was organized in 1942 and it has been said that the BC Wildlife Federation found its roots here. As a club we affiliate with the BCWF and membership for the BCWF comes with your SOSA membership. If you are into archery we can get you set up with a membership with the BC Archery Association as well. Our main mission is Conservation.


Conservation Pledge

I give my pledge as a Sportsman to save and faithfully defend from waste the natural resources of my country - its soils and minerals, its forests, water and wildlife.

We offer a Archery Range, Black Powder Range, 22 Range for handgun and rifle, Trap Range, and a 100 meter rifle range. Our Archery coaches work with Kids as well as adults.
Our Ranges are open from dawn to dusk 365 days a year.

Archery

We are affiliated with the BC Archery Association

 

Archery Recurve

 

Kids

We offer coaching and additional programs for the youth

 

Adults

We also coach adults

 

Bow Hunters

We are also Bow hunters

 

You will have the use of an outdoor Archery Range; currently set up with four target butts with a range of up to 70 meters. These are target butts only; not designed for use with hunting arrows equipped with broad heads so you will have to bring your own broad head block. There are plans to expand the archery range to include a practice range for broad heads as well as more target butts. We are looking into building a butt for Crossbows so if you have the knowledge to help construct a butt that would stand up to crossbow use that would be permanent contact me at Ost287642@gmail.com.


3D Archery

We are planning on doing 3D rounds in the future. But we need someone to organize the event so contact me if you would be interested in helping

Indoor Archery

When Winter comes we also offer an indoor archery in Oliver and run the program all winter on Monday nights for adults with limited coaching. Our Junior Program runs on Thursday nights from 6 to 7:30 ish Adults after that. For more information on this program contact Mary Ostermeier mostermeier49@gmail.com.
We also offer membership in the BC Archery Association and their programs.

 

Rifle Range

We have a 200 meter range that will accommodate three to six shooters at a time in a covered shooting house with sound dampening installations. Please do NOT under any circumstances use a shotgun in the Rifle Ranges! We have a patterning board ready for use in the Upper Trap Ranges!

 

Trap Ranges


There are two trap ranges one of these are used weekly with an organized practice happening on Tuesday afternoons.  The rest of the time you would have to bring your own throwers to make use of this excellent setup. 

To all trap shooters and those that wish to shoot clay targets. bring your smoke poles and shells to the range on Tuesday afternoons. For more info contact Terry Thomas at 250 498 2253.

Handgun Range



Black Powder Range




Membership will affiliate you with the BC Wildlife Federation.


As a paid up member in good standing, you are protected by an insurance policy where you may be held legally liable for the damage to property of others to a limit of $2,000,000.00 ; this insurance shall be excess insurance to any other valid liability insurance affording indemnity to such club members, such as personal liability. This coverage applies while the member is engaged in any hunting, lawful shooting or fishing. Check out this site for more information on what is happening; see press releases  http://www.bcwf.bc.ca/
As well if you are looking for more information in region 8  www.peachlandsportsmen.com/bcwf50.html

 


 

Our Civil and Mailing address is
352 Sportsmen's Bowl Road  OLIVER, BC  V0H 1T5 :
We are located approximately 7KM's North of Oliver of off Highway 97 on Sportsmens Bowl Road. We are the very last property on the road with a secure gate entrance. 

 

Registered Constitution of the 
“Southern Okanagan Sportsmen’s Association”





Registered Bylaws of the 
“Southern Okanagan Sportsmen’s Association”








The Southern Okanagan Sportsmen's Association 
DOES NOT SUPPORT 
the Proposed  Similkameen National Park Reserve