Paintball combines the beauty of abstract art with the visceral rush of military combat, much like a Jackson Pollock biopic starring Sylvester Stallone. Paint a Rambo-worthy masterpiece with today's Groupon to Pev's Paintball Park in Aldie. Choose between the following options:
- For $50, you get an all-day paintball pass for three people, valid on Sundays only (a $177 value).
- For $59, you get an all-day paintball pass for two people, valid on any Saturday or Sunday, and on Tuesdays and Thursdays through August 30 (a $118 value).
Both options provide players with admission, gun rental, 200 paintballs, and equipment.
The paintball purveyors at Pev's Paintball Park allow patrons to fire hued spheroids upon frenemies and armed strangers in a battleground designed for faux-militant recreation. Stretching across 48 acres, the expansive paintball pitch is peppered with an array of tiny huts, log stacks, stumps, and other obstacles ideal for hiding behind when checking pocket vanity mirrors. With the all-day pass, patrons can flex their perfect Marine-crawl technique while caught in a chromatic cannonade from open to close (hours listed on the website), armed with a rental gun, 200 paintballs, unlimited air refills, a protective mask, and a belt pack for storing extra ammo.
Orb shooters of all skill levels can participate in refereed pickup games such as Attack and Defend, Capture the Flag, and Elimination, with rules outlined before each game commences. The facilities are only open to those ages 10 and older, and all customers receive an orderly safety briefing before they begin, much like the gentlemanly crumpet and tea parties that prefaced each battle in the Revolutionary War.
When Mike "Pev" Peverill’s teamed up with his brother Todd to build Pev's Paintball from the ground up, his driving force was to grant guests the chance to test their sense of strategy and adventure. This goal is achieved each day on his park's 48 acres of land boasting 16 different themed playing fields dappled with huts, log stacks, and other obstacles. The park is open to paintballers of all skill levels, and all customers receive an orderly safety briefing before they begin play, much like the gentlemanly crumpet and tea parties that prefaced each battle in the Revolutionary War.
Additionally, to ensure that grumbling stomachs don’t give away hiding spots during paint-slinging battles, Pev’s offers a fully stocked and licensed onsite concession offers sustenance for battle-weary players.