NEW! Amish-Made Solid-Wood Kubb Game, Regulation Size
In 2004, we were introduced to the game of Kubb (pronouced "koob") by our friends at Bald Eagle Boys Camp. Since then, Kubb has quickly become one of our favorite family yard games. Also called "Viking Chess", Kubb originated on the island of Gotland in Sweden. It is quickly gaining popularity in the United States because of its wonderful mix of throwing skill, strategy, and luck. It has been compared to "Horseshoes, Bocce, and Cornhole all rolled into one great game". Kubb is easy to learn to play and can be played with 2-12 players to accommodate large or small groups.
Our Kubb Games are made in Holmes County, Ohio by our Amish friends. Each Kubb Game Set is made out of timber harvested in the Appalachians. The throwing batons are made of Poplar hardwood and the kubbs and king are made out of Southern Yellow Pine (the hardest and strongest pine available). We only use solid pieces of wood in our Kubb Games, no glued together pieces like cheaper sets. Our Kubb Games are Official Size according to the U.S. National Kubb Championship Rules. The Kubb Set includes 1 King, 10 Kubbs, 6 Throwing Batons, and 4 Boundary Stakes. Each of the kubbs and throwing batons are beveled to resist chipping and cracking. Finally, it comes in a lovely burlap zippered carry bag for ease of storage and transporting.