Oh, how convenient
Blade & Timber Axe Throwing
is Open in Slabtown
Welcome to Blade & Timber Axe Throwing in Portland, the Rose City’s premier axe throwing bar located in the heart of Slabtown. Our 4,400 square foot Portland location boasts 12 axe throwing lanes, a full bar featuring signature cocktails, wine, spirits, and local craft beers with a robust appetizer menu that delivers crowd-pleasing shareables for the table.
Whether you find yourself at Blade & Timber for the beers or the bullseyes, we provide a fun, interactive and inclusive activity for all who are looking for things to do in Portland.
Monday: 4p – 9p
Tuesday: 4p – 9p
Wednesday: 4p – 9p
Thursday: 4p – 10p
Friday: 2p – 11p
Saturday: 11a – 11p
Sunday: 12p – 8p
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Booking is Easy
Pick your date, tell us how many people are in your group, then select the time that works best for you. It's that easy.
Want to book more than one lane? Click "Add Another Lane" before checking out. Be sure to select the same date and time as your previous lane! If you've got a group of 19+ (a.k.a. more than 3 lanes) connect with our Group Sales team for large group savings.
*Lane reservations start at $124 per lane on Fridays, Saturdays and Sundays. No matter your group size, you must select 4 guests from the drop-down to reserve the lane.
Questions asked frequently
How much will it cost?
A 90-minute axe throwing reservation at Blade & Timber Portland is $31 per person.
On Fridays, Saturdays and Sundays we have a $124 (or 4 person) minimum for reserving a lane. While you can throw solo during these times, you will be charged the weekend minimum price. Food, beverage and merchandise does not count toward the minimum.
How do I reserve a lane?
You can reserve lanes online at any time or by way of walk-in during regular business hours.
Walk-ins are available on a first-come, first-serve basis and are subject to availability. While we always try to accommodate, walk-in guests may experience long wait times due to pre-reserved, online reservations or private events.
Where can I find parking?
Street parking is available to the public on a first-come, first-serve basis. Most paid lots within walking distance accept payment through Parking Kitty and are free after 7 p.m. Don’t want to battle traffic? The street car’s NW 18th and Northrup line is less than a block West from our front door.
Is Axe Throwing Safe?
Yes! We have taught thousands of guests how to successfully and safely throw an axe for more than 3 years. In fact, we've helped establish industry standards across the nation!
We're committed to making the learning process easy and fun with the help of our Axe Safety-Certified coaches. Every group will receive one-on-one training before you ever pick up an axe.
We've worked hard to increase the accessibility and safety of axe throwing, teaching blind, deaf and differently-abled guests how to nail the bullseye! Email us at email@example.com if you have any questions.
Will there be training?
Our certified coaches will always demonstrate proper safety and axe throwing techniques during your first few throws. Coaches are present throughout the experience for questions and to help you master your bullseye.
What should I wear?
You absolutely MUST wear closed-toe shoes. Other than that, we encourage folks to dress comfortably. Also, we love flannel.
Can children participate?
Children 10 and older are allowed to join in! But minors (under 18 years old) must be accompanied by a parent or guardian.
Blade & Timber provides a smaller axe size when needed to help you master the bullseye!
If we doubt the capabilities of a minor to safely throw an axe, our coaches will not allow the minor to participate.
What are your store hours?
Check our Locations page for each store's regular business hours. We could potentially open by appointment anytime, just email firstname.lastname@example.org
Can I rent the place OR HOST AN EVENT?
Absolutely! We offer both full and partial facility rentals with the ability to add on food and beverage options that meet your group's needs. Fill out our Group Event Request Form to learn more.
Can I bring my own axe?
Our lawyers tell us that we cannot allow you to throw your own axe. Sorry!