Oakland Township Parks and Recreation
248.651.7810Marsh View Park Archery Students

Marsh View Park Archery Range
3100 E. Clarkston Road
Oakland, MI  48363
(NW corner of Clarkston & Adams Roads)
USA Archery certified instructors.
No broadheads or crossbows allowed.

INTRODUCTION TO ARCHERY ALL AGES
(AGES 8-Adult)
One hour class will teach the basics of shooting a bow so you can feel more comfortable and prepared when taking shots on the range. Equipment and shooting range time is provided.
Resident $15; Non-resident $20
Saturday, 4-5pm
Session 1: 5/6/17
Session 2: 5/20/17

BEGINNING ARCHERY ALL AGES
(Ages 6 - Adult)
Learn the fundamentals of archery while you review equipment, learn about safety, learn basic shooting skills & have fun! All equipment provided.
Resident $60; Non-resident $77
Fridays, 4/21/17 - 5/19/17, 6-7:30pm
Saturdays, 4/22/17-5/20/17, 9-10am

NEXT STEP ARCHERY - ALL AGES (Ages 8 - Adult)
This class is for archers who have taken Beginning Archery and archers with some experience. Focus will be on improving your archery form and accuracy.  All equipment provided or archers may use their own equipment.
Resident:  $60; Non-resident:  $77
Saturdays, 4/22/17-5/20/17, 10-11:30am

OPEN RANGE SHOOT  - FREE!
(Ages 8 - Adult)
Drop-in opportunity to practice archery skills! Prior archery experience necessary. No instruction provided. Monitored by a safety officer. Bring your own equipment or use ours on first-come, first-served basis.
Children 8-17 must be accompanied by an adult.
Saturdays, 4/22/17-5/20/17, 12-4pm

National Girl Scout Leader Day
(Ages 8+)
Girl scout troops! Show your appreciation to your leader - take her to a shoot!
All equipment provided. 
Saturday, 4/22/17, 4-5:30pm
Group rate to be determined

Zombie Shoot
(Ages 8+)
Create your own Zombie, then head to the range to shoot monster targets and your Zombie. See if you survive!
Resident $15; Non-resident $20
Saturday, 4/29/17, 4-6pm

Hunger Games Shoot
(Ages 8+)
Learn the survival skills you need to put the odds in your favor. Learn to make cordage (rope) from plant fibers, then learn to make six survival knots. Learn about wild edibles, useful plants, and how to harvest an animal humanely.
Resident $15; Non-resident $20
Saturday, 5/13/17, 4-6pm

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