Airsoft is like a production of Hamlet: it’s exciting, it’s demanding, and by the end everyone has pretend-died. Play nice with this Groupon.
Choose from Three Options
- $25 for airsoft admission for two (a $50 value)
- $45 for airsoft admission for four (a $100 value)
- $60 for airsoft admission for six (a $150 value)<p>
Teams of airsoft players battle throughout 70 acres of wooded area littered with broken down tanks, worn out bunkers and castles, and crashed planes. Gear is not included in this deal, so players are encouraged to bring their own guns and protective equipment. The field rents gear for $30 per player. Airsoft public games are every Sunday from noon to 5 p.m.<p>
Three Rivers Paintball
In the distance, the thump of discharged weapons can be heard. Spires of a castle loom over the tree tops, and as the platoon approaches, a hail of fire fells three of them. As those hit trudge off the field and wipe the paint from their goggles, the rest of their team makes a hasty retreat only to assault the position from a different angle. These tense moments occur daily at Three Rivers Paintball. More than 70 acres of wooded battlefield sports crashed airplanes, broken down tanks, and large-scale fortresses. The staff also hosts airsoft battles, with scenarios reenacting battles from history such as World War II or Napoleon's thumb wars. A full-service pro shop carries traditional paintball equipment needed to wage nonlethal war.
Well run facility. The staff is amazing and always helpful.Reviewer, Google+ Places
“very good time had by all”
“They charge too much for paint if they would cut their prices they would receive double the business. Nobody can afford to pay 100 bucks everytime they go...”
“They charge too much for paint if they would cut their prices they would receive double the business. Nobody can afford to pay 100 bucks everytime they go paintballing. A package should include 1000 but at the very least 750 paintballs instead of 500 for $47 dollars and ppl should be allowed to use their own paint for an additional $10 dollar fee. I understand they need to make a profit but they would expand their clientele and I along with a larger group would go at least 3x more than just our annual meet up”
282 Rochester Rd.
Freedom, Pennsylvania 15042