Don’t forget your closed toed shoes
Come throw with us.
Build Community. Give Back. Have Fun. That’s it. That’s what we’re about.
We want to provide an axe throwing experience for every person and any occasion. So grab your people and join us!
Please don’t forget your closed toe shoes.
Timetable for lumber jill's
What Clients Say About Us
Indoor Events for Chrissie Rice
Axe Throwing Bar for Christian Mobley
Ax Throwing for Alex Perez
Corporate Events for Tiffany R. Waymyers
Team Bonding for Solandra Browne-Canteen
Axe Throwing Center for Victoria Carter-Smith
Axe Throwing Leagues for Janet Tovar
Axe Throwing Charleston for Cassandra James
Bullseye for Lora Roberts Gage
Axe Throwing Completion for Charity Miller McNeal
Family Friendly Fun for Janice Martin
Ax Throwing Charleston for Christopher Laprade
Indoor Events for Briana Jones
Team Building for Terrence Stephens
Party Place for Lee
Indoor Fun for frank Romanelli
Axe Throwing for Dexter Washington Sr
Indoor Events for Chris Caldwell
Axe Throwing Bar for Cody Griner
Ax Throwing for Kate Rozier
Corporate Events for June Odom Dixon
Team Bonding for Terrence Stephens
Axe Throwing Center for Madison Lane
Axe Throwing Leagues for Krista Allison
Axe Throwing Charleston for Jessica Burns
THROW YOUR AXE OFF
We’d love to give you the opportunity to rent our facility for team building activities or host a regional event.
Heath and Jill began this journey after throwing axes on a date night with friends and knew quickly this could be great in the Charleston area. So they surrounded themselves with some really smart people (cause Heath’s an engineer and Jill’s a SAHM to their three children) and took the plunge. It has been a crazy ride, but they can’t wait for you to join them.
And just an FYI:
Lumber Jill’s isn’t just named after the co-owner, but is a really cool piece of history. In England, the Women’s Timber Corps “manned” the lumber yards while the men were out serving in WWII. They affectionately became known as Lumberjills and was Britain’s answer to Rosie the Riveter. Ladies, we salute you and thank you for the example you set!