Stumpy’s Hatchet House celebrates grand re-opening at Judson Mill District

Jun 18, 2024

Event features food, games, giveaways, merchandise and more

Greenville, South Carolina – June 18, 2024 Stumpy’s Hatchet House, the nation’s original axe-throwing and entertainment destination, will celebrate its grand re-opening at the Judson Mill District on June 22 from noon to midnight.

“We are so thrilled to be opening our space in this beautiful, historic venue,” said Jackie Jury, who recently purchased Stumpy’s Hatchet House at Judson Mill with her husband, Chad Liddick. “Our location offers more than just an axe-throwing. Guests are invited to enjoy an exclusive Smith & Wesson experience, which includes four additional knife and card throwing opportunities to our space.”

Stumpy’s grand opening event festivities include 50% off axe-throwing for guests who book ahead, 25% off for walk-ins, food, giveaways, competitions, merchandise, and more.

The more than 7,000-square-foot rustic space features 22 axe-throwing targets, axe-related competitions and challenges, and a fully stocked bar with wine and beer selections. In addition to axe, knife, and card throwing, guests can enjoy games, such as Tumbling Timbers, Stump Puck, and Checkers.

Stumpy’s Hatchet House at Judson Mill is open Wednesday – Thursday from 5 p.m. – 10 p.m., Friday from 5 p.m. – midnight, Saturday from noon – midnight, and Sunday from noon – 6 p.m. All guests must be 13 years of age or older. For more information on Stumpy’s Hatchet House, visit StumpysHatchetHouse.com/judsonmillsc.

About Judson Mill District

Judson Mill District is a sustainable and vibrant mixed-use community offering soulful city living in Greenville, SC. Once the largest textile mill in Greenville County and an integral part of Greenville’s Mill Crescent wrapping the city’s west side, Judson Mill District is now home to office, restaurant, brewery, retail, entertainment, and residential spaces. In 2019, Taft Family Ventures, a distinguished real estate investment and development firm based in Greenville, NC, joined with Belmont Sayre, a privately held real estate investment and development company based in Chapel Hill, NC, to transform the historic 800,000-square-foot textile mill that closed in 2015. While maintaining its vision to preserve the soul, spirit, and features of the historic mill, Judson Mill District utilizes a sustainable approach in revitalizing its 36-acre campus, which now fosters a vibrant and affordable community where people live, work, and play. For more information on Judson Mill District, visit https://judsonmilldistrict.com.