Axe throwing action is now right next door to Cheney, Washington!
What is axe throwing? It’s the new entertainment trend that’s sweeping the country! And with all of the lumberjack history in the Pacific Northwest, it was bound to make its way to the Cheney area before long. And now, Heber Hatchets Axe Throwing has a venue in Spokane!
Axe Throwing is a Blast!
It’s sort of set up like bowling, but way more exciting.
It’s scored kind of like darts, but it’s much more satisfying when you sink your axe into the target.
It’s the most unique and enjoyable date night, party, or family outing you’ll ever have!
If you’re team lead, an Eastern Washington University student, or just anyone in the Cheney area looking for something fun and new, this is exactly what you need! At Heber Hatchets, you and your friends, family, or coworkers will be set up on fenced-off throwing lanes with large wood targets. The trick is to throw your axe straight enough, hard enough, and with enough rotation so that the axe head sticks into the target and you score points. It can be a little challenging the first time you try it, but once you find your spot on the floor and get it to stick a few times, you’ll be chucking hatchets like Paul Bunyan!
There are a variety of lumberjack games at Heber Hatchets to test your skills and earn you some bragging rights. The more people in your group, the better—some of the games are most fun when you play as teams. Axe throwing is surprisingly addicting!
Book Your Axe Throwing—Cheney Residents
Are you ready to feed your inner lumberjack or lumberjill? Heber Hatchets is ready for you!
If you’re in the area and want to stop in to throw without a reservation, we may be able to put you on a throwing lane right away. But usually, we fill up fairly quickly. We recommend booking your time in advance through our online booking system or by phone. Once you complete your booking, we can be sure to have your lanes set up and ready for action as soon as you arrive!
Hopefully we see you soon! If anyone can appreciate the thrill of flinging hatchets and the smell of pine sap, it would have to be the good folks of the Cheney, Washington area, right?!