LET’S DO THIS!
Why would I want to throw an AXE?
Because inside of you there is a tomahawk tossing ninja that has been dying to be let loose since you were 9 yrs. old! And because it is so much fun!! Indoor Axe Throwing has been around in Canada for 10 years and is a popular past time for our friendly neighbors up North. Learning the sport of Axe Throwing in a safe and controlled environment from an experienced instructor is a great way to be introduced to the sport. The thrill of victory and rush of adrenaline you get when you sink a bullseye and hear your friends screaming your name will be etched into your brain from eternity!
“You haven’t fully lived until you have thrown an axe!” – The Most Interesting Man In The World
Is axe throwing safe?
Yes. Throwing axes is similar to other target sports. Provided that participants follow the instructions and safety rules explained by our staff and use common sense, throwing an axe is safe. Our experienced and highly trained staff are in the throwing arena with you at all times and monitor your throws for safety and guide you through the entire process. Only participants that have gone through our safety course are allowed to enter the throwing arena. There is no passing of axes between players and players must follow specific instructions from their axe supervisor.
Absolutely! If your Lumber Jack (or Jill) is under 18 they need to be accompanied by an parent or guardian.
Yes, absolutely! You can’t show Paul Bunyon what you are made of on an empty stomach! Feel free to bring your non alcoholic yumminess. GLASSWARE IS NOT PERMITTED IN THE FACILITY. There is no food served on site currently. Soda, water, and Beer is available for purchase.
We have a selection of beer available for purchase! Please don’t BYOB!
Participants are able to pay individually on location the day of the event. There is no cash at this facility as we only accept credit and debit cards.
Absolutely! Please email firstname.lastname@example.org and just let us know what you need and we will snap our fingers and make it happen!
Closed toed shows are a must! Be comfortable and wear no restricting clothes.
Absolutely! You will be with an instructor at all times. The first half an hour of your experience is spent learning the safety rules and procedures of how to handle an axe. With proper instruction, practice and by following our guided procedures, you will be able to safely throw an axe by the end of your session.