Food & Beverage
How It Works
Yes, spectators are always more than welcome, at no cost. Come and cheer on your friends, family and colleagues and become part of the electric atmosphere. All spectators should book in advance, we do have limits on occupancy in the venue and we need to make sure we have the space for onlookers.
Private axe throwing events require advance booking, however our walk Ins option includes throwing practice and instruction is offered at an hourly rate of $20.00 (tax incld) per person, for individuals and small groups on Friday & Saturdays.
As this is a public drop-in session, guests will not have a private throwing area or guaranteed activity time. Similar to public skating, skiing or swimming – guests will use a common area with other participants.
All bookings are subject to our 1-week cancellation policy. If you need to cancel or reschedule your event then as long as you give us at least seven days notice, your deposit will be refunded or transferred to your new reservation, whichever you prefer. With less than one weeks’ notice, you may reschedule your booking ONE time and transfer the deposit to that day. If your reservation is cancelled with less than one weeks’ notice, your deposit is forfeited.
Safety & Insurance
Yes. As with all sports there is a degree of risk involved. Axe Rising employees conduct a safety orientation before each session and we are very strict in making sure that everyone is throwing the axes in a safe manner. We closely monitor our facility and patrons to ensure a safe and fun environment for everyone. We have dozens of protective measures in place, such as chain link fencing and a separated spectator area for guests who aren’t throwing. We have a no tolerance policy for excessive drinking in Axe Rising. Patrons will not be allowed to throw axes while intoxicated.
What Should I Bring
You must wear closed toe shoes when throwing axes. To do pole climbing, you must have a work style boot and be 16 yrs of age or older.
If you are wearing opened-toe shoes, or shoes that leave the top of your foot exposed, such as flip-flops, sandals, ballerinas or light fabric shoes, you will not be allowed to throw. High heels are also not recommended.
We also recommend a comfortable, loose fitting top that won’t restrict arm or upper body movement. Hoodies are not recommended, however.