1150 NW 17th Ave. Portland, OR 97209

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Between Nob Hill & Pearl District

Blade & Timber Portland

Construction is underway for a Spring 2021 Opening!

12 Axe throwing lanes, a full kitchen and dining area make this venue a full-service entertainment experience for date nights, birthdays, bachelor/ette parties, corporate team building or just plain stress relief!

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What People Are Saying

“This was such an experience! The staff was super nice and engaging. They trained us well and left us to have some fun. Came by a few times and offered alternative ways of throwing. Ended on a double axe throw!”

Trip Advisor

“10/10 will go here for every reason possible in the future.”
Chelsea S.


“AMAZING! Super staff and so patient with five of us newbies ranging from 17 to 73! Don’t miss out on this experience! Great time and terrific memories were made!”


Questions asked frequently


How much will it cost?

Prices vary by location, but this is what you can expect in Portland:

Private Lane Booking: (price per lane, up to six people)
$168 for 1.5 Hours

Share A Lane: (price per person; share a lane with other Lumberjacks & Jills)
$28 for 1.5 Hours

Walk-Ins: (first come, first serve)
Walk-ins are welcome during regular business hours but are subject to availability. Please call ahead to check availability!

We recommend booking online to guarantee your experience. The good part is that no payment or deposit is necessary to book online!

How do I book?

Bookings are made online.

You must provide credit or debit card information to create your booking, but we will NOT charge your card when you book. After your Blade & Timber axe throwing experience, we will settle up with all participants before you leave - that way you don't have to pre-pay for your friends!

Any questions? Email us: hello@bladeandtimber.com

What should I wear?

You absolutely MUST wear closed-toe shoes. Other than that, we encourage folks to dress comfortably. Also, we love flannel.

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 hello@bladeandtimber.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. 

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.

Can I bring my own food/drinks?
Each Blade & Timber location is unique.
Some of our locations have kitchens – so we do not allow outside food and beverages.

At locations where we do not yet have a kitchen, you are more than welcome to bring food, snacks and non-alcoholic beverages.

Chat, email or call us for more information about a location near you.

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 hello@bladeandtimber.com

Can I rent the whole place?

Absolutely! We have a few details on our Group Events page, along with a Group Event Request Form that you can fill out in just a couple minutes.

Pricing varies by location.

Can I bring my own axe?

Our lawyers tell us that we cannot allow you to throw your own axe, unless it was purchased directly from Blade & Timber. One of our coaches must inspect it each time you visit.

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