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Where to go axe throwing in Fort Worth

Bookmark these three axe-cellent throwing spots around Fort Worth.


Challenge your friends to a little competition at Fort Worth Axe Factory.

Some days it’s just too hot to go outside. If you’re looking for an active way to spend an afternoon in the air conditioning, grab your closed-toed shoes + check out these three places to go axe throwing around Fort Worth.

Splinters Axes & Ales, 1813 W. Bowie St., Ste. 109
Cowtown’s largest axe throwing spot is designed for a premium experince with a 30-ft copper-topped bar and 10 beers on tap. Plus, join the World Axe Throwing League to meet other throwers.

Fort Worth Axe Factory, 220 S. Sylvania Ave., Ste. 110
Make a reservation for the all-levels axe throwing spot + a trained axe-pert will show you the ropes. Bonus: Book the Mobile Axe Factory to bring some axe-citement to your event.

Grab Your Axe, 5600 Kroger Dr.
Challenge your friends to games like Zombie Hunter and Tic Tac Toe on the axe throwing lanes located inside Gatsplat Paintball. Plus, try your hand at throwing ninja stars.

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