What is axe throwing?
Axe throwing is an exciting form of entertainment, sweeping the nation. It is a unique and exciting way to spend time with your friends, family, coworkers, or just by yourself. It's simple- you throw an axe at a target. Challenge your friends to a variety of games or simply relieve some stress. We know you will be hooked in no time.
Is it dangerous?
Our top priority is to provide you with an unforgettable, safe experience. We have strict rules in place and if followed there is no doubt you will have a safe and memorable experience.
Can I bring food?
Yes! Feel free to bring any food and non-alcoholic beverages.
Can I bring my own axe?
No, at this time we are not allowing any outside axes.
What do I need to wear?
You must wear closed toe shoes. Other than that, just wear something comfortable to throw in.
How much does it cost?
Adults are $20 per person per hour and Students are $15 per person per hour. Students must have a valid student ID. Coming in a large group? Contact us for special group pricing and check out our special events page.
Can I walk in?
Do you serve alcohol?
No we do not. And New Mexico does not allow BYOB.
Do you host corporate events?
Of course! Group events are our specialty. Check out our special events page here.
If I am under 18 do my parents have to fill out a waiver?
All participants and spectators must fill out a waiver. If you are under 18 then your parent/legal guardian will have to fill one out on your behalf.
How old do I have to be?
Currently, our throwers have to be 12 years of age or older
Will someone teach me how to throw?
Yes! At the beginning of your session you will receive instruction from one of our experienced coaches.
Can I tip my instructor?
Tips are always appreciated, but not required.
Will I be put with other people?
During COVID-19 there will be no parings with other groups. Only those in your party will be allowed in your lane.
What are your hours?
Monday- Wednesday we are open by appointment only from 4-10 PM for Aggies' Night Out. Find out more about Aggies' Night Out here.