Paintball combines the philosophies from Sun Tzu’s The Art of War with anecdotes from Jackson Pollock’s autobiography, I Will Fight Your Painting. Hone combat aesthetics with this Groupon.
Choose Between the Following Options
$39 for an all-day paintball outing for two (an $86.90 total value)
- Full-day admission including a Tippmann 98 semi-automatic paintball gun, goggles, air, and one barbecued hot dog (a $29.95 value per person)
- 500 paintballs to split (a $27 value)<p>
$75 for an all-day paintball outing for four (a $169.80 total value) * Full-day admission with the same items as above (a $29.95 value per person) * 1,000 paintballs to split (a $50 value)<p>
Pocono Mountain Paintball
Teams clad in protective goggles scatter into a mountain field thick with laurel, rhododendron, and brier as they seek cover, their markers locked and loaded. Hearing paintballs whiz through the brush, a player dives into prone position. Adjusting her goggles after colliding with the ground, the combatant freezes, notices the silhouette of a whitetail deer crouched in the brush just yards away, and lets down her guard long enough to appreciate the moment before taking new aim.
At Pocono Mountain Paintball, players step onto 12 fields—including three scenario fields—ranging from untouched natural terrain to 1,700 feet of trenches and sandbag bunkers. To maximize players' game time, Pocono's staff maintains a reservation system that limits the fields to 100 players per day. Further touches include camouflage overall rentals, an online FAQ with participant advice, and changing rooms with hot showers so players can spruce up before meeting Mom for a post-game debriefing. Pocono's crew also coordinates rafting, biking, and kayaking packages through partner company Whitewater Rafting Adventures.