Like the night you discover that everyone you know is a werewolf, a game of paintball involves hiding behind trees and running away from your friends. Be prepared with this Groupon.
Choose from Three Options
$32 for a paintball outing for 2, valid for ages 10 and above (a $68 total value)
- Open-play field admission and unlimited air fills (a $30 value)
- Two rental facemasks, air tanks, and markers (a $10 value)
- 280 paintballs per player (a $28 value)
$59 for a paintball outing for 4, valid for ages 10 and above (a $136 total value)
- Open-play field admission and unlimited air fills (a $60 value)
- Four rental facemasks, air tanks, and markers (a $20 value)
- 280 paintballs per player (a $56 value)
$120 for a two-hour party package for up to 10 kids ages 6—9 (a $240 value)
- One hour of play time with unlimited paintballs
- One hour of private pavilion rental
- Facemasks, vests, and Splatmaster markers
- Personal party host
- Keepsake picture of the group
Players battle on 1 of 10 fields and compete in game scenarios such as Elimination and Capture the Flag. Customers who purchase one of the first two options can redeem their Groupon during open play on Saturdays and Sundays from 9 a.m. to 5 p.m.
Specifically tailored for younger players, JT SplatMaster markers launch nontoxic, water-soluble paint pellets at a velocity of 110–140 feet per second, which is less than half that of typical paintball.
Xtreme Paintball Park
While unloading their ammo upon enemies, paint-splattered warriors hunt for cover in the outdoor wilderness of Xtreme’s 10 playing fields. They duck behind multistory wooden barricades on the Castle field, navigate a maze of padded pillars and logs on the Arena field, dive into leafy ditches on the Bunker field, and command one of four two-tiered fortresses on the Four Forts field. Much like siblings competing to see who celebrates their birthday first, Xtreme Paintball Park gathers players to engage in competitive scenarios such as capture the flag and elimination. Park staffers expand these play opportunities by constantly building new playing fields and restaging area structures. During private parties, ranks of covered pavilions offer spaces where groups can take a break from excessive sun, rain, and snow as they prepare for the next round.