It exists. It is marked off at 35, 25, and 15 yards. It is the first parking lot after an interminable gravel road into Magnolia Hollow Conservation Area. I say these things because as we started planning our day trip and I always wonder if an archery range still exists or is designed for, well, kids, novices, etc. So I google for photos and find nothing and wonder. But we were headed to the conservation area anyway and knew we'd be hiking regardless of the range. I warned the girls that it might not exist (the one at an Illinois State Park that we hunted for last fall didn't exist). But it does. It's a mowed strip with warning signs and a big styrofoam target.
The girls shot from 15 yards (and later from about 10). I shot from 35 with pretty bad accuracy--it was difficult with my 20# bow to get it to go far enough accurately enough. Windy day, too. But at 30 yards I did well.
Yes, the sky was that blue. Texas blue. And the hike at the river bluff, down into the hollow and back up was a good run with Billy.