I added my range, Kent. Thanks!
Thanks for setting this up. Hopefully this helps people as their traveling (or moving) to a new area.Please make sure to include all the information you can. Simply dropping a point on the map is a good start, but unless you provide address information, others won't be able to find it as easily.
The beauty of it is that if anyone sees an incorrect detail they can fix it. Thanks for adding the info.I've added a bunch of Chicago. So it's my fault, guys, if your details are wrong (or right).
OK. A while back I posted an editable map of shops that sell Olympic Recurve equipment. A few locations have been added by adventurous folks, primarily in Europe.
Now it's time to help address those "I'm going to be in area X. What ranges are available?" questions.
I've created a publicly-editable map of archery range locations. I've given people a head start by putting in many (most?) Colorado archery ranges.
When editing, please make sure to put in the most accurate information possible. I've included enough attribute fields that most international archers should be able to enter address information, so if you're not in the USA, feel free to add locations.
1. Make sure you enter a value in the Type field. Acceptable values are: Indoor, Outdoor, or Indoor/Outdoor. This is spelling and case sensitive, so be careful. If you enter this wrong or omit it, your point will be symbolized weird. If you make a mistake, no worries - just edit it.
2. Be a good citizen. Don't edit/delete something unless you're certain that the information or location is wrong. If I see abuse, I'll just disable editing.
Now, for the link:
This is being hosted on ArcGIS.com. You'll need at least a free account to do any editing, but viewing it requires no account at all.
I'll be interested to see how many people take advantage of this. Edit away, people!