[ATL] Southern Atlantia Archery Day

The Canton of Crois Brigte invites you to come to the fields at the Castle Elchenburg for a fun filled weekend of target archery.

Set aside your armor, for this weekend we shoot our bows and throw sharp pointy things.

There will be a challenging collection of targets set up in the field. There will be challenging static targets and even more challenging moving targets.

Don’t think that your day will be spent standing in the sun. We also will feature our woods walk. Stroll through the woods like a hunter at equally challenging targets.

Practitioners of the Arts and Sciences are encouraged to display and enter their craft categories are target archery and archers related.

Site

Elchenburg Castle
2239 Center Road
Boonville, NC 27011

Directions:
From the south: Take your best route to I-77 North. Take exit 82, turn right off exit ramp.
*Proceed just under a mile, turn right on Messick Rd. follow Messick Rd. to it’s end, turn left of Center Rd. Site is on Willow Ln., Approximately 9 ½ miles down Center Rd.

From US-421: Proceed to I-77 north, exit 82, use directions from *.

From I-81: Proceed to I-77 South to Exit 82, turn left at the end of the exit ramp then use directions from *.
From the East: From Interstate 40, take exit 188 to merge onto US-421 North towards Yadkinville. Follow for 22 miles. Take exit 259 for Reavis Rd. Turn right at the top of the ramp. Follow Reavis Rd. until it ends. Turn right onto Old US Hwy. 421 for about 1 mile. Turn left onto Center Rd. Turn left onto Willow Ln.

Trash Removal:
We want to keep the admission fee as low as possible. It is requested that you remove your own trash from the site. Extra trash bags will be available at the gate.

Site Restrictions:

This is a wet site, modern laws concerning alcohol apply, violation is cause for being put off site and notifying local authorities.

Pets are allowed Leashed & Supervised. Due to the openness of the site and heat, pets must have access to plentiful, clean, water.

Some facilities exist on site but the main site is large open field camping.

Ground fires are allowed but must be filled in.

Persons with handicaps and disabilities:
Per-registration by April 1st, 2011 is required to reserve preferred handicapped parking. Overflow handicapped parking will usually entail more walking.