Terms and Conditions of Participation and/or Use of Cascadian Bowmen of Eugene Premises
You are giving up important legal rights in exchange for your right to use our Premises (defined below). We strongly urge you to consider carefully the risks we describe in this document and to consult legal counsel before signing this document.
In consideration of the use of the Cascadian Bowmen of Eugene premises, all visitors and participants agree to the following:
I understand that archery and archery instruction, as well as camping and related activities (the “Activities”), are conducted on the Cascadian Bowmen of Eugene premises (the “Premises”).
I understand that members of the public with various levels of skill and experience take part in Activities on the Premises.
I have considered my physical and technical abilities and my mental state, and I confirm that I am capable of engaging in the Activities on the Premises safely. I acknowledge that the Activities involve a moderate or greater level of physical activity and experience, and that the Premises including the various trails contain rocks, roots, stairs, and uneven ground. I agree to exercise due caution while using the Premises at all time
I understand that the Activities involve inherent dangers. I further understand that dangers may be created through the actions or inactions of others utilizing the Premises or through conditions on the Premises itself.
I understand that when I utilize the Premises, I risk suffering damage to my property and my person. Injury to my person could include serious bodily injury and death.
If, at any time, I believe conditions on the Premises to be unsafe, I will immediately discontinue my participation in the Activities and notify Cascadian Bowmen of Eugene personnel.
I agree to follow all posted signs and rules relating to the Premises. I understand that it is my responsibility to comply with such signs and rules, for my own safety and for the safety of others.
I HEREBY RELEASE AND INDEMNIFY Cascadian Bowmen of Eugene, their administrators, directors, agents, officers, volunteers, and employees, (the “Released Parties”) from all claims initiated by me or by another on my behalf for property damage, injury, or death caused or alleged to be caused in whole or in part by the negligence of the Released Parties, including negligent rescue operations.
If any portion of this agreement is held to be invalid, the remaining portions will survive in full force and effect. I am eighteen years of age or older, or my legal guardian is signing this document on my behalf. I have read this agreement and fully understand its terms. I understand that I give up substantial rights by signing this document.
Archery Safety and Etiquette
No alcohol (except in campground).
No broadheads, except in the broadhead pit.
No unleashed dogs.
No unsupervised children.
Carry your club membership/waiver card.
On the Trails
Set your bow in front of the target bale when you search for arrows behind the bale and/or plywood backstop.
Don’t shoot if you see a bow in front of the bale.
If you find someone’s arrow, return it to the bin in the clubhouse.
If your group is slower than a group behind you, let them go ahead.
On the Outdoor and Indoor Practice Ranges
Straddle the shooting line.
Don’t go downrange when someone is shooting.
Don’t shoot downrange when anyone is in front of the shooting line.
Step back from the shooting line when you are finished.
When everyone else is finished, shoot no more than 2 arrows.
When you find someone’s arrow, place it in the bin in the clubhouse