Before you join us for axe throwing, check out our FAQs below for answers to our most asked questions.
Our one-hour open throw is $17 per person. You may have up to 6 people per lane. This includes tips on safety & throwing techniques from our instructors.
Yes, please wear closed-toed shoes for any axe throwing session. Closed toe shoes are required for your safety. If your axe slipped out of your hand, we want your feet to be protected. Wood chips also fly off the target, so you could easily get splinters if you do not have on closed toe shoes.
We also recommend wearing a comfortable shirt. You will be making overhand throws, so test if your shirt allows you to do this. You do not want to wear one that is too tight to constrict your motion.
All axe throwing participants must be 10 years of age or older. Ages 10 – 14 must be accompanied by a parent for supervision. Participants 15 and up do not have to have supervision with them at all times. Although there is a strength restriction and if any of our staff feel the minor is not strong enough to throw the axe safely, they will not be allowed to do so. Safety is our top priority.
Yes, we provide the axes and all equipment and also give instructions before your axe throwing session.
Our instructors will give you safety tips and show you the proper throwing technique at the start of your session. It’s all about the technique! Once you learn it, you’ll be hitting bullseyes in no time.
We can accommodate up to 6 people per lane and have multiple lanes. If you have less than 6 people you may be paired with others depending on the how many reservations are made. Walk-ins are welcome, but we recommend reserving your spot online especially for large groups.
All sales are final. However, we will do our best to reschedule your session if an emergency arises. Please call us to reschedule.
No, we do not have a concession stand.
Yes, but please call us before doing so.
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Safety is always the number one priority when throwing axes. You should always make sure there is never anyone between you and the target before you throw and you have a minimum of a six-foot radius around you clear of any other people. Do not throw your axe if someone is walking up to retrieve their axe beside you.
Your axe instructor will show you these stances. First ensure the area to the target is clear, then take one of these two stances:
- Two-Handed – You should line up directly in line with the bullseye about 12 feet away from the target. You may need to adjust the distance depending on the rotation of the axe. Two handed throwing is easier for beginners.
- One-Handed – Line up with the shoulder of your throwing arm in line with the bullseye, approximately 12 feet from the target.