Kent County Conservation League

Northeast Grand Rapids

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Ten-station archery range features elevated stands with bulls-eye and 3-D targets

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Archery helps maintain nature’s balance—hunters wield bows to keep deer populations in check, and Cupid’s arrows make deer fall in love and make more deer. Keep the circle of life moving with this Groupon.

Choose Between Two Options

$25 for an archery package for two (a $60 value)
$45 for an archery package for four (a $120 value)<p>

Each pair receives:

  • Admission on a 10-station archery range with bull’s-eye and 3-D targets
  • Four sight-in-bag targets at 15, 25, 35, and 45 yards<p>

The archery range is open Tuesday from 4 p.m. to 10 p.m., Thursday from 12 p.m. to 10 p.m., and Saturday and Sunday from 10 a.m. to 5 p.m. Reservations are not required.

Kent County Conservation League

Since opening in 1930, Kent County Conservation League has sheltered shooting fields and courses dispersed among more than 170 acres of wooded and open land. Sharpshooters of all experience levels can mill about a sporting clay course’s 13 shooting stations as they shatter targets flung from abundant angles or nestle into a five-stand course’s covered range before eliminating 25 clays. The League’s rifle range distributes targets at intervals between 50 and 300 yards and their pistol range remains lit for nighttime sessions. As they draw back a tightly strung bow on the archery course, patrons can finally live out their childhood Robin Hood fantasies without donning green tights in an effort to frighten neighborhood kings.

Certified instructor Tim Wiley gives pupils the benefit of more than 15 years’ skeet shooting experience during group or private lessons on five fields huddled behind Kent County Conservation League’s clubhouse. Visitors can find additional instruction at defensive shooting sessions or a shooting program for youngsters that covers trap, sporting clays, and skeet. Delectable bites await famished gunslingers at Shooter’s Grill, and a pro shop equips patrons with gun-toting apparel and silver bullets for clays that transform into werewolves. Kent County Conservation League hosts private and public events annually, and their grounds have welcomed major shooting outings such as the 2010 Michigan Sporting Clays Championship.

Kent County Conservation League

Since opening in 1930, Kent County Conservation League has sheltered shooting fields and courses dispersed among more than 170 acres of wooded and open land. Sharpshooters of all experience levels can mill about a sporting clay course's 13 shooting stations as they shatter targets flung from abundant angles or nestle into a five-stand course's covered range before eliminating 25 clays. The League's rifle range distributes targets at intervals between 50 and 300 yards and their pistol range remains lit for nighttime sessions. As they draw back a tightly strung bow on the archery course, patrons can finally live out their childhood Robin Hood fantasies without donning green tights in an effort to frighten neighborhood kings.

Certified instructor Tim Wiley gives pupils the benefit of more than 15 years' skeet shooting experience during group or private lessons on five fields huddled behind Kent County Conservation League's clubhouse. Visitors can find additional instruction at defensive shooting sessions or a shooting program for youngsters that covers trap, sporting clays, and skeet. Delectable bites await famished gunslingers at Shooter's Grill, and a pro shop equips patrons with gun-toting apparel and silver bullets for clays that transform into werewolves. Kent County Conservation League hosts private and public events annually, and their grounds have welcomed major shooting outings such as the 2010 Michigan Sporting Clays Championship.

Customer Reviews

Tons of fun!! I'd purchase one again.
Melissa H. · January 16, 2013
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    Northeast Grand Rapids

    8461 Conservation Street Northeast

    Ada, MI 49301

    +16166761056

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