Paintball

Frequently Asked Questions

What is Paintball?
Paintball is a fun game of "tag" using paint markers. We play "capture the flag", "elimination", and other types of games.
Paintball is a great way to enjoy the outdoors with your friends and family. It is great for teambuilding and good exercise, too.

Does it Hurt to get shot?
Everyone is different, but it feels like getting snapped with a rubber band and the pain goes away almost instantly. Paintballs can leave a welt at close range so we emphasize a "surrender" rule so no one gets hit that close.

How Young can players be?
We require all players to be 10 years or older. This is for the child's protection.

When are you Open?
We are open every Saturday & the Last Sunday of every month. Rain or shine. 9am to 4pm (registration opens at 9am). The 2nd Sunday of each month is un-available.

What do I need to Play?
We offer rental guns and protective masks, or you can bring your own. We always have paint, sodas, and snacks available.
Barrel covers or barrel "bags" with elastic are mandatory and we sell those as well.
We recommend wearing comfortable shoes that provide good ankle support, preferably boots, long sleeve shirt or jacket, and clothing that can get dirty.

What are your Safety Rules?
A general explanation of our safety and game play rules can be found HERE.

When can a Private Group be scheduled?
A private group can be scheduled on any Saturday or Sunday excluding the 2nd Sunday of the month. We require a deposit for all Private Groups. If you do not provide a deposit, we cannot provide a private game for you and your players.

Can I bring my own Paint?
Rentals must use our paint.
You may bring your own paint except rental players.
Private Groups also must use our paint in all guns, not just ours.

If you are new to paintball, we recommend buying paint at the field, this way you do not purchase bad paint.

Also please make sure you refer below to our list of banned paints. Keep in mind we ban paint because it is NOT safe. All paint brought in will be tested and may be declared unsafe for play. We strongly suggest buying paint at the field so you do not waste money on other paints.

Banned Paints

Impact
Brown Box
White Box
Monsterball


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