Frequently Asked Questions
Enjoy a cocktail or craft beer upon arrival. We will make introductions to your axe coach when your party has arrived.
Each axe throwing session is approximately 1 hour and 15 minutes. Your axepert will first discuss safety, axe throwing techniques, and rules of the game. Each guest will be allowed a few practice throws and then the games begin!
Following your session, if you and your party wish to stay to enjoy another drink or order something from our food menu, feel free! Let your server know so he can direct you to a table.
There are no minimum group size for events.
For all events more than 24 people, our Special Events team will gladly assist you answer any questions and make a reservation. You can contact them by email firstname.lastname@example.org or call (123) 456-789.
Of course! We provide a wide selection of craft beers, wines, and seltzers.
Monday-Thursday 4:00 PM – 12:00 AM
Friday-Saturday 10:00 PM – 12:00 AM
Sunday 10:00 AM – 10:00 PM
We can not guarantee that we will be able to accommodate all walk-ins, therefore it is highly recommended to book in advance.
If you are looking to book on a weekend, then you should book at least 1-2 weeks in advance. If you are looking to book on a weekday, book at least 2-3 days in advance.
Our only clothing requirement is closed-toed shoes; however, it is recommended to come with loose-fitted clothing in order to allow for a full range of movement. We do carry close-toed shoes for guests who forgot to bring their own, but we cannot guarantee it will suit your size (or style)!
Kids aged 11 and up are allowed to throw until 5:00 PM (of course, under the immediate control of an adult). There must be one adult per 2 kids aged 11-14, and 15-17 just one adult. Unfortunately, kids under the age of 11 are not allowed on site.
We are incredibly proud of our safety record! All axe throwing takes place under the direct supervision of our experienced axe-visors. In addition to them, we have numerous protective measures to ensure everyone’s safety. (ask us about our patent-pending “NO BOUNCE” pads)
$44.99 Per person. We accept credit/debit cards and cash.
Absolutely. We have plenty of sitting at our beer garden where you can comfortably sit and enjoy one of our delicious items from the menu.
You will get a full refund up to 24 hours in advance of your time, but within 24 hours there are no refunds. If you booked a special event, you will get a full refund up to 5 days before your reservation.
If you do not wish to throw, no problem! Check out other activities at our beer garden and enjoy a refreshing beverage while you wait for your party.
Our beer garden has Giant Jenga, Connect Four, Corn Hole and Pool Tables that are available to everyone
Step 1: Stance
If you’re right-handed place your left foot in front of the battle line and place your right foot behind the line with both toes pointed toward the target.
If you’re lefty, place your right foot north of the battle line and your right foot south of the divide.
Square your chest and hips to the target and make any slight adjustments needed to feel comfortable and confident in your stance.
Step 2: Gripping
Find a comfortable grip with your dominant hand along the axe handle somewhere between the belly and throat of the axe. The blade of the axe should be pointed down range toward the target.
Gently wrap your other hand around your gripping hand with both thumbs pointed up and adjacent to each other supporting the back of the handle.
With controlled effort draw the axe back over your head until the butt of the axe is resting in between your shoulder blades.
Step 3: Wielding of the Axe
Keeping your eyes on the target’s center, allow your core to shift your body weight to your front foot while allowing your arms to release and wield the axe over your head toward the moment of release. This happens quickly and in one continuous motion.
Release the axe with both hands near eye level and with your thumbs pointed up. Remember to keep your gaze fixed on the target’s bullseye. (Don’t overthink your release. Allow yourself some practice to find what works best for you.)