Operation Milsim Paintball equips sharpshooters for four hours of weekend walk-on play on its 10 acres of outdoor fields. Pretend-mercenaries of all skill levels arm themselves with premium markers, air tanks, masks, and hot air balloon exit strategies before charging onto three fields dubbed TacTown, Bush, and OAS. There, players evade pigment-projectiles as they dodge behind stacks of tires, plywood structures, and abandoned cars, while referees maintain clean, safe games in adherence to Operation Milsim's rules and regulations. Visitors can restock their paintball palettes for an additional cost ($40 for 500 rounds) and check out the company's FAQs before arrival to enhance their experiences.
Dimension Paintball provides wide brushstrokes of fun and excitement for tactical artists of all abilities and experience levels. With today’s deal, the itchily trigger-fingered receive a package boasting admission for a full day of paintball adventure, unlimited compressed air, 500 rounds of paint, a mask, a paintball marker, and other gear to help them efficiently fresco opponents. Declare yourself champion and prime minister of any of Dimension’s four fronts, whether it’s the 2010 PSP Regulation Airball field riddled with intricate tactical topography, one of two woods fields, or the attack-and-defend base.
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.
At TPA Paintball And Airsoft, warriors battle across three different fields, mapping out winning strategies and flanking maneuvers as they fire paintballs. At the Attack and Defend field, players employ teamwork to conquer up to four different bases, while Hyperball arenas host fast-paced bouts. The history- and video game-inspired matches include themes of zombie apocalypse, search and destroy, demolition, and team death match. Gamers can play on one of the newer courses including, the Last Hope which has an L-shaped village with more than 10 buildings or they can opt for the Tombstone's smaller course which includes a 6 building street with flag stations situated in a back alley. The courses can also be combined together for one large game of airsoft.
SteelTown Paintball Park embraces competition with a Sup'Air speedball field and 11-balls-per-second Envy paintball markers. Its mirrored field encourages strategizing and modest primping among teams, and often games can become up-close-and-personal affairs after tickling becomes the only true means to attain victory. The turf field also hosts competitive events, ranging from national USPA matches to local-level tourney play. Recreational players need not feel intimidated, however, as the referees ensure fair matches with equal teams.
Intense Paintball lives up to its moniker with two distinct battlegrounds—one indoor and one outdoor. The indoor field emulates a long-abandoned warehouse, consisting of an open floor cluttered by formations of barrels and inflatable blocks. Outdoors, trigger fingers get a workout among a 125' x 200' field populated by similar obstacles. To arm its players, Intense Paintball rents out Tippmann markers, paint, and accessories.