Things To Do In Longmont

One-Hour Archery Lesson for One or Two or One-Hour of Shooting for Two at Archery in the Wild (Up to 56% Off)

Archery in the Wild

Longmont

$63 $45

Archers practice their aim or learn archery basics on 20- and 25-yard indoor shooting ranges, and under the guidance of an experienced staff

$30 for $60 Groupon — No Limits Sports Performance & Fitness

No Limits Sports Performance & Fitness

Longmont

$60 $30

Local businesses like this one promote thriving, distinctive communities by offering a rich array of goods and services to locals like you

One or Three Group or Private Kids' Riding Lessons from Embracing Horses (Up to 67% Off)

Embracing Horses

Owen Quarter Horses

$90 $39

Children can learn how to ride horses, commune with and care for the horses, and maintain a sense of personal responsibility

Colorado Cheese Festival for One, Two, or Four on September 28 from Fromage to Yours (Up to 50% Off)

Fromage to Yours

Plaza Event Center

$35 $18

Celebrate cheese with samples, cheese-making demos, and beer pairings

Stand-Up Paddleboard Rental or Lesson for One or Two at Rocky Mountain Paddleboard (Up to 41% Off)

Rocky Mountain Paddleboard

Multiple Locations

$20 $12

Hop atop an easy-to-balance board to explore the placid and picturesque waters of the Boulder Reservoir

5 or 10 Fitness Classes or One-Month Membership at Tran's Fitness & Kickboxing (Up to 78% Off)

Tran's Fitness & Kickboxing

Multiple Locations

$100 $25

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Martial-arts-influenced classes utilize modern heart-rate monitors to provide real-time feedback on workout effectiveness.

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If the apocalypse ever kicked off during one of Self Reliance Expo's events, you'd be lucky to find yourself in attendance. The experts around you could teach you how to identify edible plants, use herbs and first-aid techniques for healing, harness power from the wind, or even cook using the heat of the sun.

Of course, you don't have to wait to learn these skills until you need them?that's the point of the Expo's conventions. They're held across the West to help families feel better prepared for just about anything the world might throw their way, from major storms that last days to getting accidentally locked in a closet for an hour.

5555 Ute Highway
Longmont,
CO
US

Children and teens engage their imaginations during dynamic adventures set in a fantastical time filled with dashing knights questing in the name of good. Groups of four to seven young heroes must overcome challenging puzzles and duel with foam swords as they work together to complete tasks such as saving their village, solving a mystery, or developing the technique of crop rotation. While swinging a Swasher sword, children learn how to compete and act fairly according to the rules of swordplay. The interactive play teaches kids creative problem solving and conflict-resolution skills that incorporate negotiation and compromises to solve complex disputes.

350 Broadway Street
Lyons,
CO
US

When Santa Claus brought Left Hand Brewing Company’s cofounder Dick Doore his very first home-brewing kit, the jolly man unknowingly set Dick on a whole new life path. Home brewing became an obsession, and soon he had partnered with his college buddy Eric Wallace and started making their first batch of beer: the Sawtooth Ale. Just a few months later, Dick and Eric took home two medals at the Great American Beer Festival.

Nearly 20 years later, the brewery’s accomplishments have swelled: 16 medals in the Great American Beer Festival, 8 medals at the World Beer Cup, and 3 medals at the European Beer Star. The brewery was also the first craft-beer company to master bottling a nitrogenized craft beer without a widget, owing to the introduction of their popular milk stout. Its extensive offering of brews is now available in 25 markets. Favorites include the golden crisp Polestar Pilsner and a roasty black Wake Up Dead Imperial Stout, both of which are available in the Longmont tasting room.

1265 Boston Ave
Longmont,
CO
US

Ashleigh Hamill of Frontrange Equestrians, LLC, spent her childhood following her father across the country as he established himself as an authority on Arabian horses. Today, she carries on his legacy through affiliations with a broad spectrum of equestrian organizations, serving as Director of the Board for the Colorado Horse Council (COHCO) and Region 9 Director of the Certified Horsemanship Association – which nominated her for the “Instructor of the Year” award in 2011. When she’s not busy with these activities, Hamill is penning articles for Young Rider Magazine, Modern Arabian, and The Instructor.

Of course, Hamill wouldn’t be qualified for these roles if she didn’t lead a respected training program. Centered on the disciplines of Western, English, and rocking-horse riding, lessons are geared toward children and adult riders of all skill levels.

13781 North 115th Street
Longmont,
CO
US

Since 1977, Longmont Athletic Club has approached physical fitness from several angles, furnishing its two locations with equipment and training for athletes, casual athletic club goers, and families. The main location fills more than 90,000 square feet of space with machines from LifeFitness and Cybex, and more than 65 communal classes, including Zumba and spinning classes, plus indoor and outdoor tennis courts and pools, and amenities such as steam rooms, dry saunas, and jacuzzis. The course lineup covers a broad range of teaching styles, from the highly specialized instruction of gender-specific boxing to the casual provision of razor-edged disks for Extreme Ultimate frisbee. A warm staff of professionals oversees personal-training, massage-therapy, and childcare services, readily guiding members through the club's expansive facilities.

1375 Sherman Dr
Longmont,
CO
US

Framed by the peaks of the Flatirons to the south and the Rocky Mountain foothills to the west, Lake Valley Golf Club's 18-hole, links-style course winds through scenic terrain for a visually dynamic round of golf. On the front nine, golfers navigate frequent elevation changes that permit views of the area's many natural sights. The back nine presents a distinct layout as it curves through marshland dotted with ponds and populated by birds and other native wildlife. A private course, Lake Valley typically lets golfers complete their round in less than four hours.

The club's practice facilities include a driving range, a 70-yard short-game practice area, and a large putting green. Golfers may want to warm up before the round, as the course does not lend itself to slow starters?the third hole is the course's signature track and most difficult, showcasing a 460-yard par four with a challenging double-dogleg. After the round, golfers can retire to the Persimmon Grill and enjoy a drink and eat seasonal, gourmet, grill fare.

Course at a Glance: * 18-hole, par 70 course * Length of 6,891 yards from the tips * Course rating of 72.5 from the tips * Slope rating of 135 from the tips * Six tee options * Scorecard and course tour

4400 Lake Valley Dr
Longmont,
CO
US