Players use obstacles to dodge paintballs or airsoft pellets in 22 fields sprawled across 116 acres that remains open all winter long
About This Deal
Choose from three Options
- C$36.45 for a paintball outing with for two (C$70 value)
- C$68.85 for a paintball outing with for four (C$140 value)
- C$97.20 for a paintball outing with for six (C$210 value)
Each person receives:
- Field admission
- Unlimited private play time
- Rental equipment: Level 3 Tippmann marker, full-face mask, camouflage outfit or white winter suit and chest protector
- Unlimited air fills
- 100 paintballs per person; extras can be purchased for 10 cents each
About Capture The Flag Paintball & Airsoft
It's entirely possible that an avid paintballer could visit Capture The Flag many times over and never have the same experience twice. The 116-acre recreational paintball and airsoft facility offers tons of variations on the standard game of paintball—if such a thing can even be said to exist. For one, the immense plot is divided into 22 separate fields. Each has its own terrain profile, from densely forested hills to open flatland, and a collection of manmade obstacles, such as towers, abandoned cars, and blank easels for mid-firefight strokes of creativity. After choosing from an arsenal that includes six levels of paintball marker, the competitors must decide on the game itself. Here, too, there are plenty of options: capture the flag, last man standing, downed pilot, and foxes and hounds are all popular game formats year-round.
Even with all these variations on game play, there are constants. First and foremost, safety is the top priority. Every participant receives a face mask, camouflage, and chest protector; plastic-utensil bayonets are strictly outlawed. Groups can hang to take shelter from snow, rain, or aerial paint-bombing runs.