Paintball combines the philosophies from Sun Tzu’s The Art of War with anecdotes from Jackson Pollock’s autobiography, I Will Fight Your Painting. Hone combat aesthetics with today’s Groupon to Austin Paintball. Choose from the following options:
- For $12, you get admission, equipment, 280 paintballs, and unlimited air for one (a $25 value).
- For $22, you get admission, equipment, 280 paintballs apiece, and unlimited air for two (a $50 value).
- For $40, you get admission, equipment, 280 paintballs apiece, and unlimited air for four (a $100 value).<p>
Austin Paintball deploys paint-slinging commandoes to seven distinct fields, each offering its own strategies and scenarios, sprawled across 30 acres of dense woodlands and dusty lots. Player gear up with their own paintball gun, mask, ammo-toting pod, and 280 paintballs with enough colorant to faithfully re-create Pollok’s No.5 on an opponent’s battle duds. Units then march into such areas as the Spool field, a wide expanse dotted sparsely with brush and large wooden spools for cover, and the Barrels field, haphazardly strewn with stacked, splattered barrels. Then make your way to The Gauntlet, marked by a winding dry creek bed that cuts through the woods and drives both teams into direct conflict to re-create a famous battle from history or a legendary finger-painting skirmish from kindergarten.
Included in admission is access to the self-service 3,000- and 4,500-PSI compressed air stations, where players can recharge their air-powered propellation devices or inflate self-brought blimps for paint-based air raids. Pacifists can view the action from the 1,000-square-foot stone patio that overlooks the hill country or take aim at motionless targets at the firing range.
A wide, dusty expanse lies in the center of rugged woods. Its sandy floor occasionally laps up into wind tunnels as desert breezes roll through. The expanse is dotted with large wooden spools and shrubs. Through the eerie silence, a muffled rustling is heard, and suddenly a masked figure appears, a long marker aimed at an opponent.
Within Austin Paintball's nine distinct fields, paint-slinging commandos encounter strategies and scenarios sprawled across 30 acres of dense woodlands and dusty lots. Units march into the Barrels field, which is haphazardly strewn with stacked, splattered barrels, or onto a new tournament area. The Underground and Iwo Jima, two fields marked by deep trenches that force exhilarating combat, re-create famous battles from history or legendary finger-painting skirmishes from kindergarten.
Self-service stations include 3,000 and 4,500 psi compressed-air stations, where players can recharge their air-powered devices or inflate self-brought blimps for paint-based air raids. Pacifists can view the action from the 1,000-square-foot stone patio that overlooks the hill country or take aim at motionless targets at the firing range.
97% of 151 customers
“Really good place to be... good fields and loads of fun, if the group is big”
“Great fun for the whole family.”
“Great and fun place”
4150 E Hwy. 290
Austin, Texas 78620