A trip to the paintball field is the only way to treat an itchy trigger finger, outside of expensive rash creams or firing a water gun carved from a cactus. Scratch the itch for vengeance with this Groupon.
Choose from Four Options
- $40 for an all-day paintball package for 2 (a $79.98 value)
- $76 for an all-day paintball package for 4 (a $159.96 value)
- $110 for an all-day paintball package for 6 (a $239.94 value)
- $187 for a three-hour Bronze package private party for up to 15 (a $375 value)
For the first three options, each player receives a Tippmann 98 marker, safety gear, and 500 paintballs. For the private party, players receive all equipment and 100 paintballs each to compete in three hours of private games with a judge. Players must be 10 years of age or older.
Jim, the owner and operator of Extreme Paintball, bought his first paintball marker––a Nelspot 007––more than 20 years ago. Shortly after discovering his passion, he toured the country on a National Professional Paintball League team, retiring after 11 years to open Extreme Paintball. Nowadays, Jim and his staff work to introduce new players to his preferred method of paintball: woodsball. Contrasting with bunker-based speedball, woodsball is played in the natural outdoors, such as in the woods or at the bottom of the ocean.
At Extreme Paintball, Jim's three vast courses are designed around different scenarios with thematic obstacles scattered throughout to enhance the experience. The tank course carries the scars of war as crashed planes and the wrecked husks of tanks litter the battlefield, and the Vietnam course is shrouded in the area's densest foliage, finally making use of all the artificial trees populating the region. Jim's team rotates the courses throughout the year to preserve the environment and create an ever-changing battlefield.
96% of 302 customers recommend
“Everyone had a GREAT time!!”
“It is an AMAZING TIME, the staff is super friendly and the field is huge. Be prepared to go to war, such a good time”
“Have fun, it's a great time”