Sgt. Splatters

35 Stoffel Drive, Toronto, ON M9W 6A8 35 Stoffel Drive, Toronto Directions
+14166451714
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Report | a year ago
Even if you don't have enough people, you can still use the Groupon! Only had 3 people, they let me use the one for 5 w/ no issue. One note, if you are hoping to use the deep discount (Sunday after 3pm and all day Wednesday), you can't combine the offers.
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Report | a year ago
They don't have anti fog!!! Besides that it was great
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Report | a year ago
awesome
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Report | 3 years ago
Great place for paint balling as for new or skilled players...
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Report | 3 years ago
It was an awesome experience, that zombie apocalypse shooting .. JUST GREAT had so much fun XD
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Report | 4 years ago
Our party had a great time with the Zombie experience. Only wish it was about 10 minutes longer. But it definately gave us an adrenaline rush shared our experience with others.
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Report | 4 years ago
Horribly managed. I made reservations for 7 people 8:30pm Sat Oct 19th. We waited 2 hours to get in and once we did the whole experience was extremely rushed.
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Report | 4 years ago
only downfall, line up was huge. We were told that we had a slot at 8:45 and didnt get into until 10, then it only last 10 minutes - the guy on the phone told me it would last 20 minutes.
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Report | 4 years ago
I sent my son, girlfriend and 2 others to join another 2 and they had a blast, as on previous visits. Thanks
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Report | 4 years ago
My kids had a great time. Very well organized and really loved the viewing area, my youngest and I were able to watch ... And plan our strategy for as soon as he's 10!
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Among GPS Paintball's three participating facilities, you'll find four stories of industrial-like battlegrounds and a 25-acre field with diverse terrain, all designed with obstacles, tactical setups, and hiding spots to facilitate paintball combat. Here's a closer look inside each facility:

  • Sgt. Splatters: Brought to life in 1994 by a Hollywood set designer, Sgt. Splatter's 35,000 square-foot indoor arena gives players the sense that they're immersed in a first-person-shooter video game. Teams go toe-to-toe in one of 20 games—armed with gear from paintball pistols to semiautomatic markers—stepping into the shoes of DEA agents trying to dismantle a drug-dealing operative or mailmen working to prevent a nuclear crisis.

  • Paintball City: Indoor paintball sees an urban twist at Paintball City with two stories of industrial terrain. Abandoned facade and scattered debris provide plenty of strategic spots for players to take cover and mimic warfare in an all-weather environment.

  • Georgina Paintball: Sprawled out across 25 acres of medium and dense bush, Georgina's outdoor facility features eight playing fields equipped with 10-foot tire stacks, sandbagged bunkers, and a two-story area with crashed planes and burned-out military trucks.

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