Paintball is like a production of Hamlet: it's exciting; it’s demanding; and by the end everyone has pretend-died. Paint friends and frenemies alike with a barrage of liquid bullets with today’s Groupon to MN Pro Paintball in Lakeville. Choose between the following options:
- For $22, you get one admission and unlimited air fills, CO2 (up to a $20 value), basic equipment rental (a $10 value), and 500 standard paintballs (a $20 value). This option is valid on Saturday after 3 p.m. and all day Thursday and Sunday for walk-on play only (up to a $50 total value).
- For $100, you get a private paintball party package, which includes two hours of equipment rental, unlimited air, 200 paintballs per person, and private field access for up to 6 guests (a $200 value).
MN Pro Paintball enables paint-packing Pattons to roll, play dead, and kamikaze their way to splatter-happy battlefield supremacy. Ten different fields showcase varying styles of play, from woodsy terrain sprinkled with towers and trenches to tournament-style grounds with inflatable bunkers to orbiting zeppelin platforms accessible via jetpack. Players take the field fully girded with a standard marker (paint gun), goggles, air tank (with unlimited refills), hopper, barrel bag, and 500 standard paintballs. Belly-crawl through the grass while paint-pellets whiz past your ears, then pop up to decimate smug coworkers in a spray of vibrant color.
The private paintball package turns any event into a polychromatic bash, whether it's for a birthday, bachelor party, or 80th anniversary. Groups get a private two-hour time slot on any fields they choose, as well as equipment and unlimited air for up to 6 pro-paint marksmen (additional guests can be added for $30 per person). A staging area with a pavilion and picnic tables offers a shady refuge from the firefight. Dedicated group coordinators ensure a safe environment by supervising all games and ejecting any bullying rule breakers from the game, often via trebuchet.
MN Pro Paintball
On MN Pro Paintball's 10 outdoor fields spanning 150 acres, players are immersed in a combat-style experience, darting amongst towers and trenches to avoid the paintballs whizzing through the air. Two commanders lead each team through each mission-based battle, guiding participants as they duck and weave, and certified guides supervise battles to ensure that combatants play fairly and wear their mandatory eye protection. The insured facility rents out traditional equipment from protective gear to ammo carriers, and also carries smoke and paint grenades.