Splinters Axe House & Tavern FAQs
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WHAT IS AXE THROWING?
This is the ultimate adventure for those looking to step outside of their comfort zone. Axe throwing is a new, popular, and rapidly growing sport in the United States. Like darts, axe throwing is a target sport focused on earning a number of points determined by where your axe sticks. In axe throwing, the bull’s-eye is the most important spot on the target. Once you get the hang of axe throwing, there are a number of games you and your party can play to ramp up the competitive spirit among your group.
IS AXE THROWING SAFE?
Yes, just like darts or archery, axe throwing is very safe when participants follow the instructions and safety rules detailed by the axe coaches. Our staff is experienced and highly trained. There will always be a staff member monitoring your throws for safety and guidance throughout your entire experience. Only participants who have gone through our safety lesson and signed a waiver are allowed to enter the throwing arena. All players must follow all instructions from their axe coach. Failure to do so could result in removal.
Each participant will need to sign a waiver and get a safety briefing demonstrated by one of our experienced axe coaches. Additionally, every participant must wear closed-toe shoes in order to throw.
The minimum age for participants is 10. Those under 18 must have a waiver signed by a legal guardian, and those under 16 must be accompanied by a legal guardian to participate.
Splinters Axe House & Tavern is 18 and up only after 9pm.
Splinters reserves the right to refuse service for anyone we feel has not taken the safety briefing seriously.
If an axe coach feels that a participant is putting others in danger, that person may be asked to leave or escorted off of the property.
DO WE SERVE FOOD AND DRINKS?
The Tavern offers customers a variety of burgers, wings, appetizers, and much more. Are you thirsty? We offer Coke products and also carry a variety of beers and a full bar.
No outside food or drink is permitted. We have the right to refuse alcohol service to anyone appearing to be under the influence. All food or drinks must be kept out of the throwing lanes and behind the red lines.
NO OUTSIDE FOOD OR DRINK PERMITTED
WHAT ARE YOUR HOURS?
Business hours for our Warner Robins location is as follows:
Tuesday-Thursday, 5 PM to 11 PM
Friday, 5 PM to 1 AM; Kitchen closes at 11 PM and Axe Throwing closes at 12 AM
Saturday, 2 PM to 1 AM; Kitchen closes at 11 PM and Axe Throwing closes at 12 AM
Sunday, 2 PM to 8 PM
After 9pm it is 18 and up only
WHAT ARE YOUR RATES?
Our rates are as follows:
$25/person for 1 hour
Kids throw for free per paid adult on Sundays
Ladies throw for 1/2 off on Thursdays
Wednesdays are $25 Lane Rental for the 1st thrower and everyone after is $5 up to 6 people
Additional hours based on availability
Ask us about our rates for groups of 9+ or more people.
It is important to note that your time starts once your axe coach takes you back to the lane. In the instance that your party arrives late to your reservation, our team will do their best to accommodate your time. However, if there is another reservation behind yours, we will be unable to accommodate being late. To avoid any delays, we recommend arriving to your scheduled time at least 15 minutes early.
DO WE OFFER DISCOUNTS?
10% Military Discount
10% First Responder Discount (Police, Firefighters, Nurses & EMT)
10% Teacher Discount
For those looking to book a private gathering (birthdays, office parties, bachelor parties, etc.), please call us at 478.551.4876 for pricing and availability. Discounts are based on party size. Any large group events must be booked in advance. This will give our team an opportunity to create the perfect environment for your party.
WHAT ARE THE RULES?
Do not throw axes anywhere except at the targets. Only throw when your axe coach is finished giving directions.
There are clear safety lines for each throwing lane. Do not pass that line unless you are throwing. The closest line is your boundary when throwing. Do not pass that line to retrieve axes until the person next to you is done throwing.
Nobody is to throw anything if someone is in the lane.
Do not remove axes from the throwing lanes.
Be respectful of others. We encourage friendly competition, but bullying is not cool. Please keep everything respectful and enjoy this exciting sport!
Don’t forget to have fun! That is what this is all about. If you were not satisfied with your visit, please feel free to post a review on Google and/or Facebook.
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