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Bowhunters Den Outdoors is dedicated to helping people practice and expand their archery skills. From beginners to advanced, we have a variety of lessons taught by experts in the field of archery. Check out our classes and sign up today!

Lessons are held at Genessee Valley Outdoor Learning Center. 1717 Rayville Rd, Parkton, MD 21120

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    Beginner Archery Class

    If you are new to archery and ready to learn the basics, this class is for you! Designed to optimize your time and practice, this class will focus on a single skill per week. The class will run once a week for 4 consecutive weeks. This class will be on Tuesdays and Thursdays from 6-7 PM.

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    Intermediate/Advanced Archery

    Intermediate/Advanced archery is intended for those who have archery experience, and are looking to finesse their form, improve their accuracy, and generally progress their skill level as archers. Students will be expected to know the basics of bow shooting and form, and are absolutely expected to know safety rules. This class will be on Tuesdays and Thursdays from 7:30-8:30 PM.


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    Private lessons

    Beginner Private Lessons : $180

    • 4 one hour lessons
    • Includes equipment
    • Focuses on the basics of Archery based on the 11 steps from the NASP program using the Genesis Bow
    • Call to schedule

    Intermediate Private Lessons: $180

    • 4 one hour lessons
    • Use own equipment or rental is available
    • Builds on the 11 steps, using sights and releases
    • Call to schedule

    Recurve and Traditional Bow Lessons: $40/hour

31 May 2022, 8:58 am

How to Shoot: 3D Archery

How to Shoot: 3D Archery

What is 3D archery? It’s a game played by walking a preset course — usually in the woods — and shooting at three-dimensional, foam animal targets at varying distances. Depending on the rules governing a particular shoot, those distances might be either known or unknown.  In the known game, rangefinders are allowed to measure the […]