About Jack Axe – Edmonton, Alberta, Canada
Edmonton is home to Canadas only public indoor public lumberjack sports arena. The Jack Axe arena offers 5,300 square feet of alternative, adrenaline-pumping sports activities that are unique, fun and competitive.
Conveniently located on the south side of the Edmonton just off 99 Street, Jack Axe invites you to experience the thrill felt by medieval warriors and modern day lumberjacks alike. Axe throwing and timber sports have had a place throughout history and reflect the skill and precision required of these ancient crafts. Activities offered at the Jack Axe Arena include: Axe Throwing, Log Birling, Pole Climb, Hercules Hoist and the Buck Saw. Steeped in tradition, these challenging events are now a fast growing, popular recreation sport for people of all ages.
Viking warriors, medieval soldiers and burly lumberjacks have proven that the historic, powerful and primal appeal of Timber Sports is undeniable. Once you feel the rush that comes from releasing your axe and hearing the thump as it penetrates the target with a heavy thud, youll be hooked on axe throwing. Next youll be ready to challenge yourself physically and mentally as you strap on safety gear and take on the 20 foot pole climb. Get ready to test your balance and agility with dry land Log Birling. Or, demonstrate your strength and endurance with the Hercules Hoist or double Buck Saw.
This premier sporting arena also has a fully stocked snack bar and lounge with an assortment of hot and cold treats and beverages with great views of all the action.
Jack Axe offers a variety of ways to enjoy the sports including drop-in, league nights, corporate events, birthday parties, stag(ettes) or events to celebrate any occasion.
We also have our portable Mobile Axe Throwing Targets available. Bring Axe Throwing to your next event or BBQ.
Who all will enjoy the attraction?
Great for all ages from 7 years of age and up.
Axe throwing is open to anyone seven years and older while other sports have a minimum age of 16. Minors must be accompanied by and have permission of a responsible adult to participate. Closed toe shoes are required for all participants. All activities include safety measures and instruction and are supervised by trained professionals. Jack Axe also has fun activities for smaller children.
When to visit Jack Axe?
Jack Axe Hours
Monday – Thursday 12 pm – 10 pm
Friday – Saturday 12 pm – 12 am
Sunday 12 pm – 8 pm
Best time to visit:
Book early to guarantee your desired spot. Typically earlier in the week and earlier hours are quieter.
How much to visit Jack Axe?
Admission is $40.00 per person. This gives you unlimited access to our facility for 2 hours.
Party rates / Group rates are available. Check website for details.
How to get tickets?
Online, or by phone: 780-628-1874
Types of payment accepted- Booking on-line preferred
Mastercard, Visa, Cash, Interac
How to get to Jack Axe?
Jack Axe Location & Directions
Address: 9785-45 Ave, Edmonton
We are on the Southside of Edmonton. Just take Calgary Trail to Whitemud and turn off near the Labatts Brewery on 99 street. Take a right on 45 avenue and head to Jack Axe – in the blue building numbered 3.
Free Parking and public transit accessible.
What about amenities, and accessibility at Jack Axe?
Kid friendly games, even for those under the age of 7
Small snack bar located on premises. Includes hot dogs and panini’s
Pets are not allowed.
Please bring flat close toe shoes for axe throwing. Pants and long sleeve shirts are required for the Pole climb and leather work boots are also strongly recommended for the Pole Climb.
Delta Edmonton South Hotel – 1 km (8 min walking distance)
Econo Lodge – 2 km
Derrick Motel – 2.1 km
Super 8 – 2.5 km
Travelodge Edmonton 700 m (9 min walking distance)
Whitemud Inn – 950 m (12 min walking distance)