A bullet travels at hundreds of miles per hour, much like a beam of light or a kiss blown by Paul Bunyan. Work on your quick-draw skills with this Groupon.
Choose from Three Options
- $28 for a clay-shooting session for two with 50 targets each, gun rental, and eye and ear protection (a $57 value)
- $41 for a clay-shooting session for three with 50 targets each, gun rental, and eye and ear protection (a $85.50 value)
- $53 for a clay-shooting session for four with 50 targets each, gun rental, and eye and ear protection (a $114 value)
Guests drive a complimentary cart around the more than 1-mile course, which winds around woodland areas, a farm pond, and open fields. Fourteen shooting stations with two shooting boxes per station are spread out across the route where players take aim at targets flung in numerous presentations from two automated button-controlled traps. Though ammunition is not included in this Groupon, it can be purchased for $7.25 plus tax upon redemption.
DeWitt's Outdoor Sports, LLC
Winding for more than 1 mile around woodland areas, open fields, and a farm pond, DeWitt's Outdoor Sports, LLC's sporting-clay course challenges guests of all experience levels with a variety of target presentations. At the push of a button, automated traps launch clays from the course's 14 shooting stations over bodies of water, sprawling meadows, and dense forests. The course is one of many on DeWitt's 65 acres, which have hosted numerous state shoots and championships.
Beneath a tin roof, targets fly from eight wireless traps across the nearly 1,000 square feet of the 5-stand pavilion. There, guests can fire from five stations by day or under lights during nighttime sessions. At an adjacent covered, two-station rifle range, patrons test their aim at distances up to 200 yards away, while visitors to the 5-stand's eight bays fire at targets up to 50 feet away. At the 5-stand, NSCA-certified instructor Rick Mitchell holds clay-shooting instructions. He also uses videos and still photos to trace his students' clay-shooting skills.
Additionally, DeWitt's staff use the grounds for guided half-day duck or early-release quail hunts. Partnered with guide dogs, hunters stroll the tranquil grounds while searching for mallards roaming four duck pond habitats or coveys of quail.