If the Hundred Years' War had been fought with paintballs instead of rifles, it might still be happening, but it'd be so colorful that no one would mind. Experience your own vibrant battlefield with today's Groupon: for $25, you get a paintball excursion for two (a $50 value) at Hocking Peaks Adventure Park in Logan. Each player will receive:
- A paintball gun
- A mask
- 200 paintball rounds
Nestled within the scenic Hocking Hills region, Hocking Peaks Adventure Park grows a garden of thrills, harvesting high-flying ziplines, human-size hamster balls, and adrenaline-churning paintball melees. In the wooded war zone, players each strap on a protective mask and 200 rounds of colorful ammunition, enough to transform even the hardiest of warriors into a Jackson Pollock painting. Packed with built-up bunkers to take cover behind, the playing field is suited for many game types and team sizes. Vie for the high ground or lurk in the lower reaches as you map out a strategy, like the classic aerial scissors maneuver or the riskier glue-stick gambit. Trigger-happy teams can reload with 200 more rounds for $10 each.
Hocking Peaks Adventure Park
Boasting a course of 18 ziplines and a high-ropes course, Hocking Peaks Adventure Park immerses adventurers of all ages in a multitiered wilderness playground sprawling through the woods and fields of Hocking Hills. Surrounded by a sun-dappled tree canopy, the ropes course combines 60 midair challenges—including catwalks, suspended logs, and rope crossings—that visitors can surmount while strapped into safety harnesses that also help them blend in with current forest fashion trends. For kids, an alternative course and zipline hang a few feet above the ground. Within the same woods, ATV rides cover 15 miles of rambling ground trails, while paintball matches storm a separate wooded area with two levels of play and built-up cover.
As they emerge from the woodland playground, guests can take on the 42-foot high inflatable waterslide, or climb into one-, two-, or three-person transparent Ogo balls to roll down a hillside course more gracefully than a classically trained hamster. Additionally, an 18-hole disc-golf course—designed by professional disc-course planners Innova—sprawls through 6,000 feet of hills, beckoning players to aim for chain-fringed baskets.
15103 State Rte. 664 S
Logan, Ohio 43138