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We are a family oriented 32 acre outdoor paintball park. "First Time Players" who need rental equipment and coaching is our specialty. Once you get to the park, you just follow us and we do all the work A great staff of highly entertaining referees give you a safety brief and explain each game before it begins.

368 NE Waaga Way
Bremerton,
WA
US

Defending a castle wall against attackers sounds like a medieval pastime, but at DoodleBug Sportz’s outdoor paintball field in Snohomish, it remains an immediate concern. Armed with semiautomatic or electronic paintball markers, two teams battle over the wall, darting among manmade bunkers, or retiring behind the wall to shoot through its crenelations. Referees patrol the field, ensuring fair play, and the bunker layout changes weekly to keep games feeling fresh. Though DoodleBug Sportz offers rentals, players also can purchase their own gear from a company shop, stocked with paintball guns and key accessories for the sport, such as second paintbrush guns.

3303 McDougall Ave
Everett,
WA
US

Adventure Paintball Park outfits sharpshooters with all the gear needed to unleash a water-based fury of flamboyant colors on four separate fields strewn across 10 acres of wooded battlegrounds. A knowledgeable staff of instructors debriefs first-time players on safety procedures and frontline etiquette. Then players suit up with rented guns, masks, compressed-air tanks (a $40 value), and 500 rounds of ammunition (a $20 value). As strained negotiations collapse and battles commence, contestants are set loose to stealthily traverse paint-stained fields littered with muddy trenches, abandoned trailers, and improvised sandbag shelters. Staff members monitor battles at all times to ensure safety and balanced play while a ghostly gang of starved artists observes the proceedings with cold indifference.

6357 Whiteman Road Kp South
Longbranch,
WA
US

The zombie apocalypse is nigh, and now is the time to prepare. At Puyallup Zombie Paintball and Haunted Experience, aspiring zombie hunters take position on a hay-hauling truckbed, laying claim to one of the paintball markers mounted on the perimeter. As the truck treks through the haunted grounds on a 20-acre loop, players take aim at the hordes of undead, practicing for the day zombies actually do pass through town.

21212 198th Avenue East
Orting,
WA
US

Defending a castle wall against attackers sounds like a medieval pastime, but at DoodleBug Sportz’s outdoor paintball field in Snohomish, it remains an immediate concern. Armed with semiautomatic or electronic paintball markers, two teams battle over the wall, darting among manmade bunkers, or retiring behind the wall to shoot through its crenelations. Referees patrol the field, ensuring fair play, and the bunker layout changes weekly to keep games feeling fresh. Though DoodleBug Sportz offers rentals, players also can purchase their own gear from a company shop, stocked with paintball guns and key accessories for the sport, such as second paintbrush guns.

9600 115th Ave. SE
Snohomish,
Washington
US

There haven't been many places to prepare for the impending zombie apocalypse?until now. Once night falls at Eastside Zombie Experience, the training begins. An experienced guide leads aspiring zombie hunters through 20 wooded acres, which have been deliberately populated by the infected. These "walkers" blindly lurch through the forest, moaning and groaning, with a taste for one thing: human brains. The zombie hunters take aim with their BB-loaded airsoft guns in order to prevent themselves from becoming a zombie's tasty lunch or cool new mask. But even though the zombies aren't armed, hunters must be prepared to be hit with friendly fire, which is otherwise known as ouch-who-hit-me fire.

16320 High Bridge Road
Monroe,
WA
US