Indoor Smashing and Rage Room
Unchartered Adventures was created in order to give people a place to relax and unwind by allowing them to partake in experiences they will never forget. It was also created to utilize junk items that were destined for the landfill. They say one man’s trash is another mans treasure. This is a real life example of that. Damon was featured on the cover of GI Jobs magazine in 2018 for doing just that.
Most of the activities at Unchartered Adventures incorporate items that are destined for the landfill. JDog sorts these items at their sorting warehouse locally and makes use for them by incorporating them into their new business model or donating them.
Break Random items in a controlled environment.
These items are used for the DIY projects (household items such as furniture, and items made of wood or metal), Axe Throwing (recycled construction material), zombie tactical experience (junk cars, construction materials, and salvaged objects from demolition jobs) and the dog park whose base is made out of recycled wood/mulch.
You will be breaking a wide variety of items big and small. Here are some examples – dishes, wine glasses, liquor bottles, beer bottles, coffee mugs, toys, electronics such as printers, keyboards, flat screen monitors, TV monitors, projection TVs, pianos, kids cars, and even real cars.
Yes, you must make a reservation. Just give us a call at 512 537-3113 or book directly through the website. You can also email us at firstname.lastname@example.org
We are open 7 days per week. 1-10pm by appointment.
Yes, we highly encourage you to take as many pictures and videos as you want at the venue and post to any social media platforms you wish!
Inside Unchartered Adventures
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