Paintball games often take place in the woods in homage to the game’s earliest players, who used to compete against foxes. Stay sly with this Groupon.
Choose Between Two Options
$20 for an all-day paintball session for two (a $60 value) $35 for an all-day paintball session for four (a $120 value) Each player receives:
- Rental paintball gun
- Rental mask
- Rental camouflage coveralls
- Unlimited air
- 100 paintballs<p>
Ducked behind two army transports and a crashed airplane, the teammates brace themselves before storming the Intermodal City’s three two-storey buildings. This urban setting often serves as the climatic location for big games at Georgina Paintball, where players duke it out on outdoor fields spread across 25 acres. On these fields, competitors snake among towers of tires, dive into sandbagged trenches, and face off in a Western-style duel inside a sheriff’s office.
Along with year-round, by-appointment games, the fields are used for laser tag bouts and Georgina Paintball’s summer camp, during which students learn shooting basics. After games and camp sessions wrap up, visitors can repair broken gear or update their paintball equipment at the pro-shop, which stocks brand-name markers, masks, and clothing.
“Great place for paintballing”
“Georgina Paintball is the best paintball place that we've been to. The staff is very nice, educated, and helpful. It is very safe for everyone since the referees...”
“Georgina Paintball is the best paintball place that we've been to. The staff is very nice, educated, and helpful. It is very safe for everyone since the referees ensure everyone is following the rules. There are many different types of areas where people play. It's all outdoors, which is great, and the areas are very interesting and fun. I highly recommend Georgina Paintball for anyone!!! ”
“The boys had fun! would have liked more details about the walk-on process when I called in advance. The boys didn't find it very exciting at the beginning when it was...”
“The boys had fun! would have liked more details about the walk-on process when I called in advance. The boys didn't find it very exciting at the beginning when it was only 5 of them. As the day wore on, they had more fun. They liked how the leader adjusted the groups to make sure it was equitable.”