Queens Archery

4.410 Votes Currently Closed
  • Address: 170-20 39th Ave, Flushing, NY 11358, USA, United States
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  • Timings: 10:00 am - 05:00 pm Details
  • Phone: +1-7184611756
  • Tags: Family And Kids

If you are a good aimer and archery is your passion, then pay a visit to the Queens Archery to practice in its premier facility under the guidance of the experienced and efficient coaches. You can bring your own equipment or rent from an array of archery equipment from the Pro Shop where the trainers too will help you in choosing the right gear. Under the watchful eyes of the archer-trainers you will learn the basics of archery, the tactics to keep your attention centered and body postures to maintain while shooting the arrows. Be it for passion, recreation, competition or for the upcoming tournament, at Queens Archery you will be guided for every archery practice and can choose your gear from a number of equipment on sale and rent at the Pro Shop.

How to Reach Queens Archery

  • Bus Q28 to stop - Crocheron Av/171 St
  • Train Port Washington to stop –Auburndale

  • Queens Archery Address: 170-20 39th Ave, Flushing, NY 11358, USA, United States
  • Queens Archery Contact Number: +1-7184611756
  • Queens Archery Timing: 10:00 am - 05:00 pm
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Queens Archery Reviews & Ratings

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  • Lot of fun, great instructors. Enjoyable experience. A little difficult to get to and no parking if you have a car so that can be a pain. I would definitely return.

  • Went here on a date. Had a great time. I read a comment about an employee who was snarky and I must say we loved him (by the previous description it seems like same guy). He only wanted us to be better and all of his critiques were to help. I can't wait to go again. We went Sunday, July 21st at 2 pm.

  • I’m fairly new to Archery, but have been working with some very knowledgeable and experienced archers for a few months. I recently moved back to the area and was eager to find a range close by to call home. Being the closest to me, I decided to give QA a shot. Immediately upon walking up to the counter to have some arrows cut, I got the feeling that I was inconveniencing the person who I now realize was the owner. The person who cut my arrows for me was courteous enough and did a great job with them, all the while I had a very uncomfortable conversation with the owner, who seemed to have a bad attitude in general. I shot, and decided I’d give it another try. I came back today, not realizing that they were closed on Mondays. The door was open so I walked in. The first person I talked to very nicely told me that they were closed and apologized, to which I replied “no problem, it’s my fault for not checking.” Then, as I’m getting ready to leave; the owner “Al”, comes out and looks at me with obvious annoyance and with an attitude says to me “it’s Monday “. Very matter of factly as if I should know this. I realize I should have checked, and had no problem going home. However the door was open and I walked in. That’s where I went wrong. Needless to say after two bad experiences and on the guidance of other archers who are familiar with the owner of “Queens Archery”. I will no longer be patronizing this place. Your time and money will be better spent at a shop who appreciates your business. Sorry for the rant. Happy shooting

  • I use to go here with my friends in high school, high quality instructors and people are so nice there, people you dont know are always willing to give you tips. Highly recommended if you wanna learn a new talent

  • My brother, mother and I wanted to try something new for my mother’s birthday and this was such a great find! Erin and Martin were so incredibly helpful and kind throughout the whole archery lesson and this is definitely something we’d love to do again. Great instructors for such a fun class :)

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