Kids and sharp objects don't mix, right? When supervised and organized, tomahawk throwing is just as safe as a bb gun or archery range. Perceived danger can be used to teach kids to follow instructions and think about what they are doing. Treehouse World is also a place where kids are allowed to use tools, climb trees, and yes, throw axes at targets.
Tomahawks are not left outside at the range for unsupervised use. We can open up the range whenever there is a group of people who want to try throwing the axes, or add the activity to a birthday party or other group event. A staff member is always present and anyone acting in such a way as to endanger others or not following instructions will be asked to leave the activity and go enjoy the rest of the things to do at Treehouse World. Just like at a gun range, no joking about throwing tomahawks at people or swinging axes around threateningly will be permitted.