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The Axe – FAQ’s

Next Level Laser Combat

The Axe – FAQ’s

Axe Throwing

Everything important you need to know before getting started!

Is axe throwing safe?
  • Only one active competitor throwing is allowed inside the throwing area. We ask that all other competitors wait behind in the lanes in the safety zone. We have an expert coach (axepert) who supervises your whole event, starting with one-on-one safety and technique training. They will continue to make sure all safety protocols are adhered to the whole time.
  • We do not let anyone intoxicated throw. You can drink beer or wine, but if an axepert notices that you are drunk, we’ll set your axe down!
How do you play?

We have a variety of games posted near the axe cages such as our most popular, “21” where opponents will race to get 21 points. Be careful though, if you go over you bust and go back to 15. Feel free to invent your own game as well! If it’s a good one we might “Borrow” it 😉

What do I wear?

The only thing you need to know is that you must wear closed-toed shoes.  And you should wear clothes that give you range of motion, including raising your arms over your head. Other than that you can rock your bad self in any style you want.

Will someone teach me how to throw?

Yes! Our axeperts (expert coaches) will be with you the entire time, beginning with safety rules and with one-on-one throwing instruction. Your group will learn safety and perfecting techniques so that you’re hitting bullseyes in no time.


Settle down, settle down, we’re not crazy! There is absolutely no throwing if you’re drunk, soused, or blotto. Our Axeperts are the final word on who can play. They will also teach you to throw, give you tips on technique, form, and style, while also imparting knowledge of axe-throwing culture.

Thirsty Hungry?

You’re hungry or thirsty and we’re going to deny you our delicious food and refreshing drinks? I don’t think so! Come on in! Non-throwers can enjoy our bar and dining, and even our balcony overlooking our stage, pickle ball courts and patio games! Shooters Bar&Grill overlooks our laser combat arena on the inside! Located on the second floor!

Is this place family friendly? Can kids go?

YES, kids can learn to safely and expertly throw axes. Of course, they need adult supervision along with training from our great Axeperts.

We allow kids ages 11 and up to throw as long as the Axepert assesses that they have the strength and coordination to properly handle an axe, and as long as you adults supervise them with us. For children 11 to 12, you’ll need one adult per 3 kids, and for kids 13 to 17 one adult per alley.

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