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TOP-NOTCH AXE THROWING VENUES

FRIENDS NIGHT OUT - SPECIAL OCCASIONS
BACHELOR/ETTE - CORPORATE EVENTS
DATE NIGHT - FAMILY FUN - BIRTHDAYS

GAME ON

Reserve a private event for 6-24 players, Large groups of 24+ players should just give us a call!

To begin your event, we coach your group to safely throw axes like a lumberjack for the first half hour.

Round Robin: Play 2-4 games against your friends to calculate seeding in the playoffs.

Playoffs: Go toe-to-toe with your group until one of you is crowned as the champion!

CHOOSE YOUR EXPERIENCE

PRIVATE GROUP EVENTS

BOOK ONLINE FOR GROUPS OF 6 TO 24
CALL FOR GROUPS OF 24+
(2 HOUR EVENTS WITH AXE COACH)

RESERVATIONS REQUIRED

EVERYDAY: 11AM-11PM
BOOK NOW

OPEN THROW OR WALK-IN

GROUPS OF 5 OR FEWER?
BOOK AN OPEN THROWING SESSION ANY DAY OF THE WEEK OR JOIN US DURING WALK-IN HOURS LISTED BELOW!

IT'S ALL GOOD, WE WILL WORK YOU IN WITH OTHERS AND GIVE YOU AN AXE COACH!

MON-FRI: 4 - 10PM
SAT & SUN: 11AM – 10PM

OUR AREA LOCATIONS

16 AXE THROWING TARGETS

250 PERSON CAPACITY

AIR CONDITIONING

BYOB AFTER 4PM

20 AXE THROWING TARGETS

250 PERSON CAPACITY

AIR CONDITIONING

FULL SERVICE BAR

MOBILE AXE THROWING

WE WILL COME TO YOU!

We provide mobile axe throwing with our safe, contained MOBILE throwing lanes. OUR COACHES WILL teach you how to THROW AXES LIKE A lumberjack!

GREAT FOR CORPORATE EVENTS, PRIVATE PARTIES, SPECIAL EVENTS -- BIRTHDAYS, WEDDINGS & MORE!

HOW TO THROW AN AXE

GRIP

Place your dominant hand around the bottom of the handle of the axe. Place your other hand over the dominant hand. Cross your thumbs.

STANCE

Hold axe outward in front of you with the blade as straight as possible in relation to the target.  Right handed throwers should put their left foot forward. Vice-versa for lefties.

THE WIND-UP

Rock your body forward with the axe extended toward the target.  Rock your body backward and bring the axe straight back over your head.  You look like a badass right now.

RELEASE

Bring the axe forward at a fast pace and release it toward the target with arms extended. Be sure to follow through and allow your hands to reach your sides.