Archery lessons are not part of the three free hours of trial. If you are new to archery, we require 3 group lessons or two private lessons for safety reasons. We are very conscious of safety at our range, and want everybody to have a good time while maintaining a high level of safety.
Sign up for a private lesson and get a one hour class one on one with one of our instructors. All lessons include equipment rental. No bows and arrows, no problem. We have a variety of equipment for children and adults to use.
Come with your friends and sign up for a group lesson at our indoor archery range. Learn from experience archers and, and send some arrows down range. Our group lessons last one and a half hours, and everyone gets time with the instructor and practice shooting.
Are you an experienced Archer, and have your own equipment? Are you looking for a place to shoot we can help with that. You can sign up for the archery range by the hour. Bring your equipment and we supply the location and targets.
Beginner archery lessons by appointment only. Please call or e-mail for your lesson. Appointments are available on Monday from 7pm-8pm and Wednesday 7pm-9pm, and Thursday 7pm-8pm.
Experienced archery lane rentals available on Monday 7pm-9pm, Wednesday 7pm-9pm, and Thursday 7pm-9pm. If you have not been to the D.E.M.A.S. Archery Lane, please demonstrate your ability before enjoying the lane.
Have you taken the lessons, but not quite ready to invest in all the equipment you need for archery? No problem. We have equipment that you can use at the school. All archery equipment that you may need is there. We can work with children as young as nine and adults.
No open toed shoes allowed.
No dangly earrings.
No bulky jewelry.
If your hair is longer than shoulder length, it must be tied back.
All lessons and range rental times
are on a first come first serve basis
Archery lessons are not eligible
for the three free hours of class trial.
Beginner archery lessons by appointment only.
If you haven't been to our school before, please refer to our directions. Your G.P.S. may misguide you.