Spitball technology has come a long way since its invention in 1982. Initially a spitball was made of saliva-soaked paper and propelled by the combination of an empty pen and breath. In 1999, an important discovery irrevocably altered the spitball landscape. Now spitballs are shot with semi-automatic CO2-powered weapons instead of empty pens. And due to the increasing concern for deforestation, spitballs are made out of a more renewable resource: thin-skinned, paint-filled gel caps. Check out the enormous advancements in spitballs at Action Paintball Park with today’s Groupon.
Recreationally hunt other humans (a sport made popular by Ice T's Surviving the Game) with today's Groupon: $25 for a day of paintballing at Action Paintball Park (a $45 value). You get 200 rounds of paint, the gun, a mask, and all-day air and play with this Groupon. Fulfill fantasies of expertly evading crossfire as you infiltrate enemy territory and annihilation the opposition. Or just spatter strangers with neon splotches. Action Paintball Park is designed with novices and expert players in mind, so you don't need years of mercenary-training to try it out.
The park, located about 20 miles outside Beverly Hills in Canyon Country at 4500 Soledad Canyon Rd., is a huge, 25-acre lot. It offers five different settings for stalking friends and foe: the Deadwoods, the Jungle, the Battle Woods, the Battle Creek, and a professional, regulation-size airball arena. Dodging pellets and firing off rounds of bright blasts is bound to heat things up, so Action Paintball recently set up a "chill zone" of misting machines and fans.
Buy multiple Groupons for friends and reenact the final battle in Starship Troopers. Or spend all day building their trust and confidence before spattering them in the back like Benedict Arnold. There can be only one supreme warrior.
Reviewers on the paintball fan site pbreview.com say Paintball Park is the best spot to shoot:
- I am pretty impressed so far with APP. I have played there three times so far from its opening and have very little to complain about. To me, it seems like the staff understands the basic needs of paintball player whether be seasoned or casual. – DeFinate
- The fields are excellent, the rec ball fields are amazing and couldn't be better. The air station being central to all of the fields makes getting ready much easier. The airball field especially is good because unlike many other fields, you can actually slide to get into the snake. The absolute BEST part about the park is the people there, not only are the referees and the entire staff absolutely amazingly helpful and respectful, but the players are, too! – jmhprod
- Compared to the rest of the fields in the area, I have to say that I have a new favorite now. For those of you who've played at the old Conquest and really liked their scenario fields, you really have to try this place! For how new it is, I was amazed at how well run it was already. – krazydave
14500 Soledad Canyon Rd
Canyon Country, California 91387Get Directions