Archery helps maintain nature’s balance—hunters wield bows to keep deer populations in check, and Cupid’s arrows make deer fall in love. Keep the circle of life moving with this Groupon.
Choose from Three Options
- $19 for a one-hour private archery lesson for one with equipment (a $40 value)
- $19 for one hour of archery practice for two with equipment (a $54 value)
- $75 for a two-hour archery birthday party for up to 14 children with equipment, three one-topping pizzas, and a case of water (a $186 value)<p>
During private one-on-one lessons, skilled instructors match solo students with properly fitted bows and teach them the essentials of aiming technique and shooting stance. Likewise, the party leads groups of 14 kids through the techniques and safety guidelines of archery before sating worked-up appetites with pizza.
Pacific Archery Sales
The sharpshooters at Pacific Archery Sales outfit hunters with the tools and skills necessary to hit the bull’s-eye of any target, be it an eight-point buck or the doorbell of a friend’s house. Inside Pacific Archery’s pro shop, open seven days a week, experts help customers select bows, arm guards, and targets, as well as additional hunting supplies such as knives and bow-fishing equipment. Students refine their aim during lessons on an indoor range boasting 20-yard lanes and mounted trophies from past hunts.
99% of 684 customers recommend
“Make sure to call and make an appointment”
“Great purchase. Rowena is a great and interesting teacher. Very encouraging and patient. Within the hour, we were shooting with confidence! Would recommend!”
“I had a very good experience! Rowena was a great teacher and coached me through my initial startup. By the end of the hour I was shooting at the 20 yard target and...”
“I had a very good experience! Rowena was a great teacher and coached me through my initial startup. By the end of the hour I was shooting at the 20 yard target and actually got an arrow in the X ring! Strictly by accident I think, but she did a good job, including a clear explanation of the range rules.”