WHY WOULD I WANT TO THROW AN AXE?
Besides the fact that it's really fun, you know that deep inside you lies a tomahawk throwing ninja that's been trying to escape since you were little. And again, because it is so much fun!! Indoor Axe Throwing has been around in Canada for 10 years and is a popular pastime for our friendly neighbors up North. Axe Throwing in a safe and controlled environment is a great way to be introduced to the sport. You'll get a rush of adrenaline when you sink a bullseye and hear your friends screaming your name , you can't erase those memories!
You and your friends will spend 1 -2 hours (depending on chosen package) becoming acquainted with a 1-2lb piece of whirling wood and metal as you receive instructions on how to safely throw and axe, practice, play axe throwing games, and then finally square off in a group tournament for the title of Axe Throwing Champion.
Our Axe Throwing sessions include instructions on how to safely handle an axe and chuck it with accuracy while giving you tips on how to capture that illustrious Bullseye!
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 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.
* Closed toe shoes are mandatory, so Leave the high heels at home!
*You must be at least 18 years old to participate.
Waivers must be filled out before entering axe throwing room. (Save time and print out your Waiver above *please fill in license number, phone number and signature on waiver). No expectant mothers, person with major injury, or under the influence of drugs/alcohol permitted.
TICKETS ARE NONREFUNDABLE. Less than 72 hours notice is considered a no-show and no reschedules will be permitted.