FAQ - Frequently "Axed" Questions
Our most frequently "axed" questions!
Axe throwing participants are recommended to be 12 years of age and older. Anyone under 18 must have a parent/guardian signed waiver and parent/guardian supervision with them at all times.
By click the Book Now at the top right of the page, you can input the number of throwers you have, and then you will see displayed a calendar. Click on any day highlighted in Green and you can see all the available dates. If you do not see a date and time you want, you can always try giving us a call!
There is limited space in the throwing areas, but if you keep the spectators to a minimum, that should be fine. But it’s important to point out, virtually anyone can participate from age 12 and above! No reason they should not join in the fun!
CLOSED TOES SHOES ARE TO BE WORN AT ALL TIMES. No one will be permitted to participate without the proper shoes. So no flip flops, bare feet, sandals, etc. For the rest of your body, loose comfortable clothes is a good idea. Picture the throwing motion, so nothing that will restrict that movement.
Very Safe! It is important that you listen to and follow all the safety rules, but if you do, it is a very safe sport. In fact Axe Ninjas is one of the safest axe throwing experiences you can have as throwing tactical axes makes for more sticks and less bounces.
We can allow BYOB on certain days during the week and for private corporate events. Since we are inside of GatSplat paintball, we cannot have alcohol during our normal weekend hours when we have a lot of kids birthday parties playing nerf or paintball.
Because of limited availability, changes to the number of people or day and time must be received at least 72 hours in advance of your scheduled booking in order to reschedule or receive a refund.
We can run up to 6 people in a lane. If you want to assure you have a private lane, just book in a group of 6. If you book less than that, you may get to meet some new friends, just depends how many people are booked in.
Sorry, no. We are using specialty tactical throwing axes, and we want everyone to be on a level playing field with the same equipment.