Airsoft players are expected to follow the honor code—if you’re hit, you should remove yourself from the field of play, and if you see a bear, you have to give it your gun. Respect the natural order with this Groupon.
Choose from Three Options
$199 for a one-day airsoft admission and rental package for 10 (a $500 value)
$24 for a one-day airsoft admission and rental package for one (a $50 value)
$12 for all-day admission to the airsoft park for one (a $25 value)<p>
Admission and rental packages include the following per person:
- All-day admission to the airsoft park
- Battery-powered airsoft rifle
- Full facemask with goggles
- Camo jacket
- 500 .20 BBs<p>
Airsoft games are played on Saturdays and Sundays from 8:30 a.m. to 5 p.m. at the Camp Pendleton location.
The Paintball Park
Barricades, bunkers, trenches, and heavy brush provide ample cover for firing off shots at opponents, ducking from overhead fire, or meeting to discuss how to get the pizza-delivery man into the fortress unharmed at The Paintball Park Games of elimination battles give players a chance to take out the other team while sprinting between the wreckage of tanks and helicopters.
Each of the Paintball Park's paintball fields has a distinct feel. Running beneath dinosaur sculptures lends to a carefree sensation, and trying to find an entrance in endless, gray castle walls evokes the sense that one is an ancient warrior who left his keys somewhere. Paintball Lite and Splatmaster allow kids and beginners alike the chance to try a lower-intensity variation of the action. In addition to the usual paint splatter, each October, The Paintball Park beckons zombie hunters to shoot at the undead as they try to escape through haunted trails. Camp Pendleton transforms with a haunted graveyard, hayride, laser tag, and kids activities delighting fear-seekers and children alike.