Stage two and three: the successful weekend double stage is returning by popular demand to Clophill on 6 and 7 July.
Stage four will be at Oxford, which hosted last year's final, on 3 and 4 August.
Stage five will double up with the British Target Championships at Lilleshall on 10 and 11 August.
The grand final will be held on Sunday, 1 September. The venue will be announced later in the year. Archers qualify for the final by submitting their top three scores from the stages. The four top men and women in the recurve and compound categories will battle it out for the final individual honours.
"It's year five, and once again we've got great venues for our tournament," said organiser Jon Nott. "We're looking at a few options for the grand final, hopefully in a region we've not yet been to, but watch this space!
"The National Series is the big competition in UK domestic archery, and the popularity of it is backed up by the record number of entries we had for the qualifying events last year - and we're expecting more big demand yet again.
"Just like the FA Cup in football, ours is a great opportunity for aspiring archers to measure up against the best in Britain, and every year we see a few unexpected names featuring at the top of the overall leader board throughout the qualifying stages, which adds to the excitement.
"But most importantly, there's always a great camaraderie at all the shoots, which makes it so appealing to be involved, and of course the grand finals have been fantastic days out since our first one back in 2009."
Last year's grand final saw Larry Godfrey end Simon Terry's run of three successive titles in the men's recurve event. Alison Williamson won her first women's recurve title and compounders Christie Westman and Adam Ravenscroft were first time winners too.
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