Axe throwing is great for family fun, date night, getting the squad together (you know, your friends), and even team-building with your workmates.
Before beginning, your AxeMaster (think of them as a coach or host!) explains the rules and safety guidelines to all players to ensure everyone has an awesome, and most importantly, SAFE time.
Then it’s game on! There are a variety of games for players to go head-to-head for some competitive fun.
What kind of experience should I pick for axe throwing?
We offer 2-target private lanes with shared AxeMasters who cover safety and help with instruction and games. “Shared” just means they assist two lanes at a time.
After you click BOOK (button at the bottom) you see a menu of experiences on the left. Each experience is priced per lane or room and not per person. Choose the one that best matches the size of your group. You can always choose a longer experience but you can’t choose a shorter one. For example, if you have 8 people in your group, the ideal package is the 90 minutes but you could opt to do the 120 minutes. You cannot choose the 60 minutes package because the amount of throwing time would not be sufficient.
up to 3 people // 30 minutes
up to 6 people // 60 minutes
up to 9 people // 90 minutes
12+ people // 120 minutes
Choose the Birthday Party Package and leave the decorating to us! The package includes balloons, a birthday banner, fun picture props, and a bowl of candy.
Bachelor or Bachelorette Party
Horseplay of any kind is strictly prohibited. Such behavior may lead to removal from site.
Players cannot participate with open-toe shoes. Only closed-toe/ covered shoes are acceptable.
Players are not allowed to throw axes at any target being used by another player at the same time or throw axes at any targets not designated to their group.
Players may not hand off or pass an axe to another at any time. Those that do not demonstrate the ability to safely handle or throw axes are not be allowed to participate in axe throwing games.
Players’ alcoholic drinks are monitored during axe throwing and may be restricted at any time. If we feel anyone’s safety is in danger, a player may be asked to not play or asked to leave.