- Everyone in our facility must sign a Liability Waiver
- Closed-toed shoes required
- No drugs or alcohol
- Be courteous to staff & others in the venue
- Ask staff members for assistance if needed
- Throwers under the age of 18 must have a parent or legal guardian present
- Report any unsafe conditions, injuries, or loose boards to staff members
- Never touch or grab the blade, only grab the handle of the axe
- No trick shots
- Do not do anything that may endanger yourself or others
No, we don't. We do not have a license to sell alcohol or allow BYOB. You can find adult beverages next door at our friends, Sage Brewing Company.
We recommend ages 8+ with parent or legal guardian present to throw well, however we do not have a hard and fast age minimum. Minors without a parent present will not be allowed to throw and will not receive a refund. If a thrower is unable to throw safely, regardless of age, they will not be allowed to throw.
We do not currently have food or beverages. However, you are welcome to BYOF (Bring Your Own Food)! We also recommend Taqueria el Rancho, a delicious taco truck is parked right outside Monday-Saturday until 9pm!
Yes and No. Unfortunately we are unable to accommodate spectators at our indoor venue. We do allow spectators at our mobile range when parked outdoors or at an event site.
Only league members may bring their own axes. These axes must have a safety inspection by an Axe Keeper staff member before use.
There's no particular dress code, however you must wear close-toed shoes and no high heels! Our fashionable loaner clogs are available and sanitized for a small fee if you forget and wear open-toed shoes.
We are in West Pasco, Washington at the intersection of Road 84 and Chapel Hill Blvd. We are just up the road from Chiawana High School.
- If you are coming from the Road 100 exit, head south towards the river and take your first left at the gas station onto Chapel Hill Blvd. We are about a mile down the road.
- If you are coming from the Road 68 exit, head south towards the river and take your first right near the Maverik, then through several roundabouts; we are about a mile and a half down the road.
Axe throwing has been an activity for centuries, and really taken off in the past several years throughout Canada, then the US, and now the whole world! Axe throwing is a safe and fun activity! Our Axe Keepers will show you how to safely handle and throw an axe.
All parents do not need to be present, however at least one adult per 7 kids should be present. As we do not allow spectators, adults will be paying participants whether they throw or not. All minors must have a waiver signed by their parent prior to arriving at our facility.
Have another question? Please contact us and one of our Axe Keepers will be glad to sort you out. Contact information below.