Find which membership level to the world's largest field archery organization best fits you. Benefits of your membership include a subscription to Archery magazine, access to insurance, awards programs, indoor and outdoor leagues, NFAA-hosted tournaments, certified instructor courses, and more.
- Individual - Individual memebers can affiliate through local and state association and be eligible for all NFAA tournaments and programs. The annual fee for an individual member or the head of household is $35.00 plus state association dues.
- Youth: Youth members must be under the age of 18. Annual NFAA dues are $15.00 plus state association dues.
- Family - A family unit is defined as a head of household, spouse, and dependents less than 18 years of age. The head of household annual fee is $35.00, the next two memebers are $5.00 each, and any additional dependents can be added for $2.00 each. These fees do not include state association dues.
- Lifetime - Life members are exempt from regular NFAA fees and dues and are entitled to all services provided by the NFAA. Individuals must be at least 18 years or older to qualify for this membership level. The fee for lifetime membership is $700.00 plus applicable annual state dues.
- Non-Competitive Bowhunter - This is a non-competitive level of membership that supports the NFAA Bowhunter Defense Fund. Benefits include participation in the small and big game awards program, and a subscription to Archery magazine. The fee for non-competitive bowhunter membership is $35.00 annually. Additional family members may be added for $5.00 each annually. Family members are defined as a spouse and/or dependents less than 18 years of age.
- Professional - NFAA members in good standing who are 18 years and older may join the NFAA Professional Division. Professional members can compete for top dollars at sponsored Pro Tournaments. The fee for professional membership is $75.00 annually (This fee is in addition to annual individual membership dues). Professional memberships run from January through December of each year.