Catch Up With Olympic Archer Brady Ellison In The Cool Pines Of Eastern Arizona

Break out your bow and get ready for an archery clinic during a weekend of family fun as Hidden Meadow Ranch (HMR) hosts Arizona’s own winning Olympic Archer Brady Ellison, October 26-27.

Fans with a booked dinner reservation at HMR’s Ranch House Restaurant can mingle with Ellison during a special meet-and-greet wine reception on Friday, October 26.

“I am really looking forward to visiting Hidden Meadow Ranch,” says Ellison, 2012 Olympic silver medalist in the team event and 2008 U.S. Olympic Archery Team member. “It will be fun to share my Olympic experiences with the guests and hopefully pass on some archery knowledge and skills that I have acquired through Olympic and international competition.”

For those who always wanted to learn how to shoot straight, HMR’s guests will also get a once-in-a-lifetime opportunity when Ellison hosts a hands-on archery workshop Saturday, October 27.

“Hidden Meadow Ranch is honored to host a medal-winning Olympic archer, and the fact that Brady is an Arizona native makes it even more special,” says Jane Lenci, general manager of Hidden Meadow Ranch. “Since archery is one of our regular activities at the ranch, we’re looking to Brady Ellison to inspire our next generation of archers.”

As an extra bonus, kids 11 and under will enjoy free accommodations, meals and activities when an accompanying parent stays on the Rancher’s Package at Hidden Meadow Ranch for the weekend of October 26.

Other ranch activities include horseback riding, fishing, leather-working, BB gun target shooting, mountain biking, woodworking, canoeing and much more.

Hidden Meadow Ranch offers a luxury lodging experience that complements the naturally beautiful, secluded setting in Eastern Arizona’s White Mountains near the town of Greer, while providing a range of recreational activities and high level of service and comfort in all four seasons. For more information, visit or call 928.333.1000.

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