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Every now and then, we cover a whole state in our axe throwing guides. While it’s growing in popularity, this sport isn’t in every city yet. So sometimes we have to bundle them all up for a single state. WIth that said, Delaware axe throwing is really starting to pick up, especially in the northeast. Today, we cover the 5 best ranges in and around this state’s borders, perfect for both experience and beginner throwers.
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It’s rare for us to cover a brand new venue in this series. Interestingly, every item on this list is brand new, with none of them being the chains or standalone places we’ve seen in other guides. This shows how much the axe throwing scene is booming in this state, even if it’s a bit spread out.
Battle Axe claims to be the first competitive range in the state, and they’ve made themselves a part of the local community. Not only do they have the pricing system down, but they actually work with other local businesses to maximize your experience with them.
Prices start out at $25 per person per hour for groups of 6 or less. If you come in with a group of more than 6, the price is $35 per person for a 2 hour session. This is a common practice at throwing ranges, pushing you to bring in more people and larger groups.
They have a partnership with 4 local bars. If you bring their receipt into one of the bars, you’ll get some sort of discount, which varies depending on the bar. If you bring a receipt from one of the bars, you get $5 off a session. This is a win win, making it great for the businesses and you.
You Bet Your Axe
Throwing ranges love their axe puns. You Bet Your Axe is a high-energy range that’s great for any level of experience. If you’re a seasoned pro, you’ll love the lanes and ranges. If you’re a newcomer, you’ll have a great time learning how to toss. Let’s go over how it works.
Prices vary depending on when you book. For groups of less than 6, bookings start at about $40 per person, and sessions run 2 hours. It changes if you bring more people, with corporate and large groups rates. The whole structure changes on Sundays, too, so you’ll have to check ahead before booking.
This is one of the only ranges on this list with a full service bar. In fact, because of that, this is a 21 and up venue. On Sundays they close the bar, making it a family friendly venue, but otherwise, it’s going to be a high energy place that’s great for partying.
Every now and then we cover a range that isn’t just an axe throwing venue. Camp Adventureland is an all-ages entertainment complex that caters to kids, teens, and adults. One of the things they offer is axe throwing.
They offer a few different seasons of leagues, making them a great way to introduce yourself to the sport. If you’ve never tossed before and you want to have other things to do, or you have a family, this can be a great place to go.
The last item on our list is another high energy range that focuses on giving you a fun time. They have a minimum age requirement of 18, but still offer a full experience that makes any night out memorable.
Prices start at $25 per person per hour for walk ins, and they’ve partnered with local restaurant The Creamery to provide food and drink. So you can wine, dine, and toss your axe all in the same room.
Perfecting the Toss
We’ve made guides like this on Arizona axe throwing and Miami axe throwing. Just like in those guides, we covered the top 5 indoor throwing ranges in the area. In this case, it happens to be an entire state, but even then, these are all fantastic ranges. Whether you’re looking for a new pastime or you want to get competitive, try one of these ranges out.
There’s nothing quite as satisfying as when you throw an axe and hit the bullseye. Getting that sharp axe to sink into that wood give you a nice thud. That’s why this axe is becoming more popular than more practical options like bushcraft axes or flashier options like viking axes. They’re just plain fun to use.
This burgeoning sport could become one of the most popular pastimes in America. Bowling alleys will be replaced with axe ranges, and bars might replace darts with axes. It’s not as much of a stretch as you may think, and with a few more years, we’re going to see a host of ranges pop up all over the nation.