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Archery Terminal, Mississauga
(4.3/5 based on a few reviews on the web)
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  • Time flew by! The instructors were awesome and fun! Great games and lots of good exercise!! Easy to use and learn. 
  • A great place to burn off some steam with friends or co-workers. Place was clean, staff were knowledgeable, and price was worth the value (under $30 for 1.15 h. My only qualm was that they need to pur...  more »
  • I really enjoyed the time at AT. The next time I go back I am bringing more people. I think having 10-14 people would be ideal. The only downside is we had to use the weaker bows (the green ones are s...  more »
  • My last visit to archery terminal, I had sooo much fun!! If you've never played archery tag before, you have to try it at least once (there is nothing like it). When else can you shoot arrows at your friends? Be prepared to sweat its quite the workout. Definitely something new worth trying though. I saw families, young and old people playing. When I was there, there was a dessert sale/fundraiser going on in the party room. I thought that was neat. The staff and trainers there are great, always high energy. I highly recommend archery terminal :) I'll be back for sure.
  • I have been to multiple Archery Tag venues, and this has definitely been the most disappointing. Though the venue is alright, having a decent lounge area just outside the arena and music being played during matches, the actual gameplay setup is a major letdown: First and foremost, the host of the match will shoot players with arrows to eliminate them. This is very cheap as it is impossible to dodge, as your attention is focused on arrows coming at you from across the arena and not at your side. Additionally, no one pays to be cheaply taken out of a match by the host- it is a poor practice and has no place in archery tag as it adds zero fun factor. The explanation here is that the host is targeting people who stay in one spot for too long. We did not find this to be the case, as the host began shooting some of the better players on each team. Again, no one wants to pay $25 to be taken out by the host- it would be much more fair to the paying customers to change up the teams if the match is lopsided. Secondly, they have bizarre rules not found at other archery tag venues. I was perplexed as to why I could not place my water bottle against the wall on the outer edge of the arena. Instead, I had to place it outside the confines of the area. Also, unlike other archery tag venues, head shots and hits below the knee do not count. Unfortunately, this makes it far too grey as to whether or not someone is hit, instead of the black and white solution of other venues of 'if you're hit, you're hit'. As a result, it becomes an infuriating mess of people not vacating the match when hit. Perhaps if the host was not too busy shooting players with arrows, he could focus more on calling people out when hit. Edit: It seems hosts targeting players is no longer an occurrence, as such I've updated my review score to more accurately reflect the experience.
  • It's large enough, even if it is a full house. Staffs are friendly and encourage more fun.
  • It was fun. field was big enough for 20 people. but any more than that would be a little crowed. instructor was humorous and introduced different games. prior to game, there was an intro in case there are any new comers. the only down side was it was bit too hot. they have fans on the ceiling, they did not do much. but they have more fans about 2' Dia. located outside of the play field which is good for cooling you down during break. we went there in Sept and was on a hot day, I think going there in the winter time would be nice and chill. I know too cool down a big facility like this would use a lot of energy, but I am sure if they have enough income they would not mind installing/turning on the AC. Recommend dress code: tank tops, shorts and running shoes. Bring extra change would be wise too, it was hard to imagine you would be cover in sweat after archery. Equipment were ok. helmets and arm guards were provided. I would bring disinfected spray/wipes the next time I go. the worst thing other than using the dried equipment a stranger used days/hours ago is you misplaced your helmet during break and you end up using equipment left down by your friend for a similar reason, and it would be covered in FRESH sweat. So... yea Overall it was a fun experience.
  • Went to this place during their grand opening, and went again with my buddies this past weekend. Staff gave us a thorough training session and even for my friend who had never shot an arrow before, it was no problem. Gave us wrist guards to avoid bruising which some other archery places didn't provide, and all the equipment are still very new. Lots of fun and the staff were all very professional! Will definitely go again in the near future!