Yes, it does! We were at Sherwood in October. Bowling was good value, maybe £30 for a full hour so nearly 2 games. Archery was expensive but we only paid kids on. Driving range is good, think we paid a tenner for a lot of balls and can borrow clubs for free. Crazy golf was stupid money (maybe £25 for 4?) and was terrible. Bikes and swimming took up the rest of our time!
Yes they are expensive but you don't have to do much - we just came back from a weekend in Elveden and we mainly just swam (which is included). The kids loved it. We did a junior pony ride which was £18 but nothing else. Some of the den-based activities like cupcake making and things are a bit cheaper I think but you won't get much for less than £10.