Stumpy’s Hatchet House is the perfect place to experience the social throwdown of hatchet throwing and socializing. These days it’s easy to get immersed in technology, but we encourage you to take a step back and experience the primitive sport of axe throwing! This fun organic activity is perfect for that adrenaline rush you’ve been seeking, and it’s also a productive way to relieve your stress. So, what are you waiting for? Get together your group of friends, your family, or your co-workers, and come enjoy this old school activity in a new school setting.
Who is Stumpy and What Goes on at His Hatchet House?
Stumpy’s Hatchet House is a place to throw some hatchets. We’re the first indoor hatchet throwing venue in the United States. We offer an exciting atmosphere and an alternative form of recreation. If you’re tired of escape rooms and bowling, why not try something old that’s new again? Axe throwing is a primitive and organic sport, and it’s a perfect release for those seeking adventure. Hatchet throwing is a great way to bond with friends, family members, or teammates. Get your frustrations out and participate in some healthy competition by scheduling your axe throwing party with us. Oh wait, we never told you who Stumpy is. You’ll just have to come down and find out!
How to Join Us for Your Event
So, hatchet throwing sounds like a good idea, now what? It’s time to start getting your fun group together and thinking about some good dates and times. Click on the “Reserve Now” button up top and check out our availability. Once you determine a date and time that works for you, click on “Book Now” and put down your deposit to secure your spot. On the big day, show up and our team members will get you situated with some snacks and drinks from our bar. Our trusted Fort Worth hatchet throwing coaches will get you up to speed so you can get down to business. From there you can play some games and hurl some hatchets!
What to Know Before You Visit Us
We hope you’re excited about hurling some hatchets with us! There’s no need to get dressed up because this is a sporting event after all. Wear something comfortable, but whatever you do, don’t wear open-toed shoes like sandals or flip flops because they aren’t permitted here. You’ll receive a short training session to ensure you know how to stay safe and throw your axe like a true lumberjack. Depending on the size of your group, you’ll likely have booked a one or two-hour session in the pits. Our team is here to supervise and answer any questions you have along the way. Safety is always our top priority! Learn more by visiting our FAQ page.