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.
$40 for a One-Hour Archery Shooting Session for Two with Instruction ($80 Total Value)
- Professional instruction (a $20 value/person)
- Lane time (a $12 value/person)
- Equipment rental (an $8 value/person)
You can also opt to take two one-hour solo session instead of a two-person session. This Groupon is valid Tuesday–Saturday. Choose from the following redemption periods:
- June, July, and August
- September and October
- November and December
Archers Joseph and Beth Snell opened Pacifica Archery as an all-purpose shop for shooters of any age. Now, the pair stays busy supervising 15 lanes, scheduling lessons for various skill levels, and hosting league events. The Snells rent out equipment for visitors to use on the 20- and 10-yard lanes, whether they are students attending a seminar or competitors honing their form. The Snells cater to young enthusiasts with archery-development programs, which instruct 8- to 18-year-olds on the finer points of arrow-launching. The onsite pro shop furnishes patrons with long, recurve, and compound bows as well as shooting accessories. Channeling their own hunting expertise, the Snells stock camouflage gear and decoys in the shape of common game, including elk, turkey, and dartboards that have escaped from dive bars.
98% of 928 customers recommend
“Pay attention, relax, HAVE FUN INSTRUCTIONS WERE CLEAR INSTRUCTER AND ENVIRONMENT WERE AWESOME”
“It felt really rushed at the beginning but my hubby and I really liked our instructor (extremely helpful and had a great sense of humor). It went by super fast but we...”
“It felt really rushed at the beginning but my hubby and I really liked our instructor (extremely helpful and had a great sense of humor). It went by super fast but we had a great time! Thanks :-)”
“Great one-hour lesson for my 11-year-old girl...great coaches and a nice time...”