FAQ

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Covid-19 Update:

We are excited to be open again, and look forward to keeping you safe during your visit to St. Hubert’s. We sanitize all equipment and surfaces between groups, and there will always be 6ft+ between your group and other guests (groups are never combined or placed in the same lane) in our spacious, well-ventilated facility. Face masks can be worn if desired (we also have masks that you may take), and staff will be wearing masks. If you are feeling unwell, please postpone your visit with us. We look forward to seeing you soon!!

1.

Who is St. Hubert and what is axe throwing?

St. Hubert is the patron saint of outdoorsmen, i.e. all of you lumberjacks and lumberjills out there.  (read his full story below).

As for axe throwing, it is sport that has come down from the great northern regions of Europe and involves throwing a hatchet 15ft, one full rotation, and sinking the blade into a set of fresh pine target boards. It is thrilling, and you will be taught all you need to know by our expert axe throwers. After you learn the basics, its time for a friendly, rip-roaring competition against those in your group!

2.

How much does axe throwing cost & do I have to pay up front?

 

The cost is $22.50+tax per person.

Groups of 5-10 people will have a private lane (2 targets) and 90 minutes of fun.

Small groups (3-4 people) are provided 1 target and 1.25 hrs of axe throwing fun. 

Pairs throwing (two people) are provided 1 target and 1 hour of throwing .

ALl bookings include all necessary equipment, coaching, and games.  Deposits are made by credit card via online booking and the rest of your party can pay individually at the Hatchet House (credit card only). 

3.

Are walk-in appointments available? What form of payment is accepted?

Lanes MUST be reserved ahead of time online (click Book Now button), OR you can call (minimum 1hr before your desired time slot) to make sure we have availability. Only credit cards accepted, no cash, and online or phone deposit is necessary to reserve lane.

4.

What should I wear?

*Closed toed shoes are an absolute must! (No sandals, or high heels even if closed-toe)

*Shirts need to allow for full range of motion. 

*Although axe throwing is very safe, shorts and thin pants, such as yoga pants, do not offer leg protection, and are not recommended. (jeans are best)

5.

What is the food and beverage situation?

We offer sodas,red bull and bottled water for purchase. Feel free to bring in outside food for your party (catering, pizzas, Eegees etc), as well as coolers.  (You will need to bring your own plates, utensils etc.)

We are a BYOB facility, only after 4pm (per state law) please feel free to bring beer, hard seltzers, ciders etc. (**No wine or hard spirits allowed, nor is any drink above 9% alcohol).  There is a two drink limit per guest (i.e., two 12oz cans of beer).  Any additional alcohol brought in will be held by staff until end of your session.

Any guest who arrives intoxicated will not be allowed to throw and no refund will be provided. Any guest that becomes intoxicated while on premises will be removed from axe throwing activities. 

6.

What ages can throw at St. Hubert's?

14 and up.

There must be 1 adult per 3 kids aged 14 - 17. All underage throwers must have their liability waiver signed by their parents or legal guardian before their session.

7.

Cancellations

Due to the nature of this live event and high demand, no refunds of deposits are provided.

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St. Hubert's Story

 

Hubert is the patron saint of outdoorsmen, hunters, and metalworkers. He lived in the 700s AD, and while hunting on Good Friday, Hubert had a vision of a great stag with a illuminated crucifix standing between its antlers.  After his conversion and appointment to bishop, St. Hubert became  know as the Apostle of the Ardennes, a vast, rugged forest land in southeast Belgium, where he converted the pagan populous to Catholicism.

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