Across Disruptive Paintball?s six battlefields, teams splatter blotches of color across 18 acres of dry desert landscape. Amidst the shrubs and sparse trees, they slink behind giant wooden spools and up stairs into watchtowers, where they pick off opponents belly crawling up dirt mounds. Players can also post up inside a dilapidated helicopter and various forts or challenge their aim and reflexes on the small speedball court furnished with large inflatable obstacles. Because the center's varied and exciting arena attracts players of virtually every age and skill level?from 7-year-old girls and boys to elderly grandparents?staff members divide participants by skill level to ensure every player has a safe and fun experience. Disruptive Paintball also hosts airsoft nights, a game similar to paintball that uses soft pellets in place of paintballs.
Paintball can be a messy game, but Paintball Hotline makes the marketing of the game a clean process. They partner with online marketing companies to expose parks across the country to the players who want to frequent them. Working only in the business of paintball, they provide expertise and personalized attention for both park owners and players. Firsthand knowledge of the sport also comes from having managed fields that boasted more than 400 acres with more than 650 paintball-gun rentals.
Wild Planet Paintball offers five fields' worth of paint-projectile combat and all the safety equipment necessary to protect pigment-punched players. During the unlimited, full night of paintball bombarding, players will receive air rental, the essential rental marker, a mask, and 1,000 rounds of paintball ammunition. Take cover behind several embankments on the Rocketship Field, or unleash your battle cry "Remember the Titans!" on Alamo Field. Those who have never had the pleasure of hurling projectile capsules at masked enemies can turn to the helpful Wild Planet staff with any beginner's question. They'll put players of any proficiency on the fast track to spraying colors of the visible spectrum. Wild Planet's policy is to organize teams for rec-ball play according to the players' abilities, so everyone can feel challenged and beginning players don't have to match up against a Norwegian paintball-accuracy gold-medalist.
Dark Star Paintball lines its walls with paintball and airsoft markers, along with the supplies necessary to win any tactical engagement. But, its interest in woodland play goes much deeper than paintball and airsoft. The facility also maintains a supply of survival items, such as compasses and medical kits, as well as MREs, glow sticks, and tools, which ensure a successful escape from any outdoor situation.
Players wage war across VIP Airsoft’s 19,000-square-foot cityscape, unleashing BBs down alleys, corridors, and courtyards. Referees regulate each game, roaming the field to stop unfair play or illegal equipment usage. Vanguard also rents airsoft guns to warriors who often also don chest, face, and hand protection. Between games, players can take advantage of free WiFi and satellite-television streams or check out the on-site pro shop and online products page to pick up new gear.
While ducking behind the red inflatables scattered across the field, the marksmen signal to their teammates before firing a barrage of paintballs as they charge their opponents. Such sights are common at Wild West Paintball Park, which hosts refereed bouts every weekend on its three fields and a new PSP 44 bunker airball field. During the rest of the week, the staff oversees private parties of five or more that duke it out in four-hour games. They also train participants of all skill levels for competitive play on the business's factory paintball team and host frequent tournaments, where triumphant teams are awarded prizes such as the actual paintball gun van Gogh used to make Starry Night. After every pickup, private, or tournament bout, guests can reenergize with snacks supplied onsite by All American Dogz.