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$29 for an All-Day Paintball Session for Up to Six ($195 Value)
Each player receives a semiautomatic paintball gun with a 12-ounce constant air tank, 50 paintballs per person (up to 300 per group), and protective headwear. Unlimited CO2 refills are complimentary.
North East Adventure Paintball
At North East Adventure Paintball, adventure is a family affair. Charles Narvel, his son Austin, and his nephew Shawn opened the 6.5-acre facility in May 2008 with the goal of providing a safe venue for exhilarating rounds of paintball. Before the grand opening, the trio parceled the acres into six themed fields and dotted each landscape with matching obstacles: Old Castle field has a stone fortress with multiple levels and a tower; Civil War field features simulated headquarters and trenches.
Today, players 9 or older sprint across the six fields in games of elimination, respawn, Alamo, sharpshooter, and capture the flag. Eco-friendly, oil-free paint splatters against protective gear as players duck behind shelters or leap over barriers. Lower-speed paintball guns are available for younger players whose reflexes have not evolved into cats just yet. After an adrenaline-fueled battle, players can eat food they've brought with them at shaded, sheltered picnic tables, or purchase food and drink at the concession stand. Party packages include a referee.
94% of 299 customers recommend
“It was an awesome experience. Just get some good clothes on...no bare skin show and u will be gud.”
“Def a great spot to go. They have veey creative games!”
“We took a group of eleven first time paint ballers there for my son's sixteenth birthday. When I say they had fun, I mean they had FUN! Only thing I recommend is that...”
“We took a group of eleven first time paint ballers there for my son's sixteenth birthday. When I say they had fun, I mean they had FUN! Only thing I recommend is that they get helmets to fit people with glasses.”