Adult Archery

Game playing isn’t just for kids!  We offer a lot of family-friendly activities throughout the year, so we decided to create one for adults only! The theme behind our Adults only Archery sessions is kind of like adult swim time in the pool. These free indoor sessions offer grown-ups the opportunity to take aim and try archery while playing games and socializing with peers. During each session, we will offer different games to encourage comradery and friendly competition. Sessions occur at the Outdoor Chattanooga Center in Coolidge Park Tuesdays in June, July, and August from 12:00 – 1:30 p.m. All sessions are walk-in and open to ages 30+. No reservation or prior experience required. All equipment and instruction provided. Cost: free.

Leave the kids at home and join us for Adult Archery!

Adult Archery

Silly kids, games are for grown-ups!

Adult Archery

Silly kids, games are for grown-ups too!

Adult Archery

Silly kids, games are for grown-ups!

Adult Archery

Silly kids, games are for grown-ups!

Adult Archery

Silly kids, games are for grown-ups!

Adult Archery

Silly kids, games are for grown-ups!

Adult Archery

Silly kids, games are for grown-ups!

Adult Archery

Silly kids, games are for grown-ups!

What You’ll Learn

  • Fundamentals of archery + range safety rules
  • Random Trivia knowledge.
  • Proper use and care of equipment
  • Area resources for archery

FAQs

When and where are the Adult Archery Session offered?

Adult only sessions occur Tuesdays in June, July, and August from 12 p.m. to 1:30 p.m. at the Outdoor Chattanooga Center in Coolidge Park, 200 River St.

2019 Sessions: June 11 + 25, July 9 + 23, August 6, 13, 20, + 27.

Do I need to make a reservation or have prior experience to participate?
No reservation or prior experience required to participate.
Do I need to have and bring my own equipment?
No, we provide all the equipment and instruction for you to try archery. If you have your own bow, you can bring it, but the instructors may not allow you to use it if it exceeds the compound rating for our targets. Please do not bring your own arrows as we don’t want them to get mixed up with ours.
What's the minimum age?

This adult only archery is intended for athletes ages 30+, so leave the kids at home and come play games with your peers!

What's the cost?

Free!

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Partner Program: On My Own 2 Wheels

Grotto Meeting

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Rapid Learning: Intro to Whitewater Kayaking and Skills Practice

5

Private Bicycle Tour for project with Trust for Public Land

Moon River Festival 2019

Moon River Festival 2019

Partner Program: On My Own 2 Wheels

Learn to Ride a Bicycle Class (at Greenway Farm)

Adaptive Cycling

Paddle Smart Chattanooga- A Paddlesports Safety Class

Rapid Learning: Intro to Whitewater Kayaking and Skills Practice

Partnership Program: TN RiverLine Tour

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Partner Program: On My Own 2 Wheels

Traffic Skills 101 for Bike Commuting – Learn to “drive” your bicycle in traffic

Chattanooga Bicycle Club – Monthly Meeting

17

Rapid Learning: Intro to Whitewater Kayaking and Skills Practice

Sunset Kayak Tour with TN River Gorge Trust

Family Sunset Canoe Tour

TN River Gorge Kayak with TNACI- double adventure

Chickamauga Battlefield Bicycle Tour

22

Partner Program: On My Own 2 Wheels

Adaptive Cycling

Archery for Brown Middle School

Rapid Learning: Intro to Whitewater Kayaking and Skills Practice

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27

National Public Lands Day at Sterchi Farm City Park

Kayak the Tennessee River Gorge

Little Debbie IRONMAN Chattanooga

Partner Program: On My Own 2 Wheels

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2019 Fireside: Outdoor Concert Series

4

Canoe Tour Sequatchie River

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Did You Know?

Chattanooga does not have a dedicated Archery Range within the city limits. Here is a comprehensive list of area resources and places to participate in archery in the surrounding area. We love archery too and hope someone will fill this need in Chattanooga soon!

4-H Hamilton County Archery Club

Dead Zero Shooting Park

Nobel Fellowship Archery Range

National Archery in the Schools Program

Tennessee Archery Association

Tennessee Wildlife Resources Agency

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