OX-BoW 3D Archery Course
Adjacent to the over 200-year-old Stolzenhof, a former estate of the Götz von Berlichingen family, you will find the OX-BoW 3D Archery Course.
The archery course is run by Jochem Vogt, who for many years has enriched archery in the region with numerous events, such as trade fairs and tournaments.
The OX-BoW Archery Course and the Landscape
The course impresses scenically through the many open meadows and mountain forest. At 30 stations with a wide variety of 3D animals and 3D animal groups, both beginners and experienced shooters will get their money’s worth. The shooting distances are all hunting distances, i. up to a maximum of 30 meters. Numerous shot windows make some shot a challenge.
The course is rebuilt at least twice a year, so that boredom is not borne especially for regulars. The circular route has a length of about 5 km and is easily accessible. Especially in bad weather hiking shoes are recommended, but always a sturdy footwear. Signs mark the entire course course, so that a bleeding is not possible. Colored shooting pegs mark the specified shooting direction. About halfway there is a rest stop with a hut and an tipi, where you can take a break.
Opening Hours, Prices & Registration
The course may be used at any time, but only with sufficient daylight. In summer, the shooting is to end at 21:00. The registration takes place by the visitors independently at the cashbox. The course fee is a daily fee and includes the use of the adjoining shooting hall. Adults pay 15, – EUR, youths (10-17 years) 7, – EUR and children up to 9 years are free. There is also a family ticket for 30, – EUR. The user fee is payable in cash. Visit the operator website to find out more about pricing and registration procedures.
If you want to use the OX-BoW 3D Archery Course, generally you must bringyour own bow equipment. However, bow equipment is also available for rent on previous request.
Directions and Parking
So that you find the OX-BoW 3D Archery Course easy, enter the following address into your navigation device: Stolzenhof 3, 74249 Jagsthausen
If you use Google Maps, you can search for OX-BoW. Parking is sufficiently available.
|Youths (10-17 years)||7,00 EUR|
|Children (up to 9 years)||free|
|Families (2 adults + 2 children over 9 years)||30,00 EUR|
It is a daily fee for the archery course and the shooting hall.
The fee is payable in cash. The registration takes place independently.
30 minutes – 10,00 EUR per person (max 3 perssons at the same time)
with connection booking only 5,00 EUR per person
Please inform yourself before your visit for safety again on the website of the operator, if the course is really open at the desired time.
The Ox-BoW 3D course is located at the Stolzenhof, a former manor belonging to the von Götz von Berlichingen family.
Address for navigation devices:
Stolzenhof 3, 74249 Jagsthausen or search GoogleMaps for “Ox-Bow”.
Between Jagsthausen and Sindringen turn off in the direction of Stolzenhof, follow the signs.
Parking is sufficiently available.
A bow rental is offered on site, but is only possible by prior arrangement by e-mail or telephone.
For more information and other providers please visit the page »Bow Rental«.
The course has 30 stations with many 3D animals.
A lap is about 4 km long and it must be planned about 2-4 hours.
The hilly terrain is characterized by meadows and forest.
Compound bows are allowed! Maximum draw weight 60 lbs., max. arrow speed 300 fps.
There are no hunting or blunt tips allowed!
Dogs may be brought along the course, but are to be kept on a leash.
Only drinks are available on site. The existing barbecue area can be used after prior registration. Charocoal is to bring your own.
There are also several restaurants in the village.
Sanitary facilities are available below the parking lot in the clubhouse.
Accommodations & Overnights
In case of a long journey or if you want to spend a bow holiday in our region, do you need an accommodation? A selection of accommodation and lodging near the OX-BoW 3D Archery Course can be found below.
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