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Book Axe Throwing Lanes

Axe Throwing /ax - thro - ing/ (verb) 1. Maximum fun throwing sharp objects with friends

OH, IT'S ON.

1. Get 6 to 24 of your wanna-be lumberjack friends, family, co-workers and book here.  Call to book for 24+ people.

2.  We coach you up to throw safely and with the proper technique for the first half hour.

3. Round Robin: Play a few games against your friends to determine placement in the tourney.

4. Tournament: Now it really counts! Go up against your friends until one of you emerges as the biggest bad axe of all.

Book an Axe Throwing Tourney

(2 - 2.5 hour tournament: call for groups of 24+ people, book here for 6-24 people)

Reservations are Mandatory for Hours Posted Below

Monday: Call us!
Tuesday: Call us!
Wednesday: 11:00 am - 11:00 pm
Thursday: 11:00 am - 11:00 pm
Friday: 11:00 am - 11:00 pm
Saturday: 11:00 am - 11:00 pm
Sunday: 11:00 am - 11:00 pm

 

Book Axe Throwing Lanes

Walk-in Times

For small groups and individuals walk-in sessions are $20/hr.  It's all good, we'll work you in with other walk-ins and you will have a dedicated axe coach!

(opening in January, First Come, First Serve)

Wednesday: 5p - 9p

Thursday: 5p - 9p

Sundays: Noon – 7p

Join an Axe Throwing League!

Really looking to refine your axe throwing skills?  Join an 8 week league!

How to Throw an Axe

You got this.

Grip

Put your strong hand on the bottom of the wood-handle of the hatchet. Put your other hand on top of the strong hand and cross your thumbs.

Stance

With the proper grip, extend the axe in front of you with the blade pointed toward the target.  (RECOMMENDED: aim at the target, not your friends). Righties put their left foot forward. Opposite for lefties. 

The Wind-up

Lean toward the target with the axe extended.  Lean backward and bring the axe straight over your head.  You look like a real lumberjack right now.

Release

Bring the axe forward quickly and release it toward the target and follow through (Trick: Don't flick your wrists and become an axe throwing champ among your friends)