Dragon Archery is an experience like no other. Forget about shooting traditional targets – this is a real adventure! As you move through the ranges, you’ll encounter wolves, knights, dinosaurs, and even orcs!
Set in a beautiful rural location with views out across Dartmoor, it’s a fun way to spend a morning or afternoon as group. Thanks to the clever set up, Dragon Archery is an all-weather activity. While the targets are outdoors, you’ll stay warm and dry inside, moving through each of the themed archery ranges in turn.
Dragon Archery is family run business and the team will look after you all superbly throughout your visit, from the moment you walk through the door. You’ll start by getting kitted up with all the gear you need, including finding the right bow for you, and learning how to use it. It’s ideal for beginners as well as anyone who has done archery before.
You’ll have expert tuition and supervision throughout the session. Starting on the practice range, you’ll get chance to get used to your bow and get your eye in before the fun begins. Then you’ll take on the challenge of the Jurassic Range, the Fantasy Range (a must for Lord of the Rings fans) and the Agincourt Range. Finally, you’ll come face to face with the great Red Dragon. Will your name join the wall of fame as a fabled Dragonslayer?
The adventure lasts 2.5 to 3 hours and is suitable for ages 8+.
You’ll need to book in advance: call 0800 0372466 to check availability.
They’ll provide complimentary tea/coffee, soft drinks and snacks to keep your energy levels up during the session.
Adults – £35.00
Children under 17 – £25.00
Children accompanied by an adult – £20.00
It’s approximately 1 hour and 15 minutes’ drive from Bosinver to Dragon Archery, but you could combine an archery session with a trip to nearby Bude. Alternatively, you could book a session to fit in with your journey down to Cornwall or back home.
Dragon Archery, Brandis Corner, near Holsworthy, Devon EX22 7YQ.
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