Flagswipe Paintball's 20,000 square feet of indoor space hide mask-clad players behind 49 bunkers and numerous padded pillars. Its green-turf floor is padded with an inch of polyfoam, ensuring that players can tumble, leap, and slide without hurting themselves. Outside, a woods-ball field exhibits a Vietcong theme, where jeeps, tanks, and villages of huts shield combatants, and watch towers allow players to let down their long, golden locks for teammates to climb. Along with traditional paintball, the facility also hosts airsoft and laser-combat matches.
Flag Raiders ensures fierce competition with multiple outdoor fields that are marked by a variety of obstacles, terrains, scenarios, and setups. Paintballers and their friends can traipse through an urban cityscape, firing colourful orbs past buildings or over six full-size cars while dodging stern jaywalking cops. On the turfed speedball pitch, prowlers quickly take cover behind inflatable obstacles and advance before getting splat tagged.
Under new management, and celebrating its grand re-opening, The Paintball Arena is once again filled with the sounds and splatters of paint-filled combat. In the village, paintballers slink through 16-foot-wide streets and pop off rainbow-coloured rounds, ferretting opposing players out from behind wooden structures. The village is one of the indoor fields at The Paintball Arena’s 42,000-square-foot facility. The arena also houses a speedball court for fast-paced games of reactionary strategy. Referees monitor all matches and oversee games of Zombies, Capture the Flag, Protect the Castle, and more. After splatter-tagging friends, teams can retire to the second-floor lounge, replete with private booths and tall windows that overlook the paintball battlegrounds.