What You'll Get
- $37 for an all-day paintball session at Robin Hood Paintball
- Includes tax, equipment rental, unlimited air, and 500 paintballs
- 10-acre facility
- Eight obstacle-rich fields
- Only open on weekends; 9 a.m. to 5 p.m. on Saturdays and 11 a.m. to 5 p.m. on Sundays
- All players must be at least 10 years old; those under 18 years old require a signed waiver.
Paintball Review users rave about Robin Hood Paintball, saying: > * Compared to other places I’ve been, the refs here were great. They earned their money. Very friendly but serious when safety was a concern. – EuroTrash > * They have 3 woods fields, a spool field, and an airball field. All of which are alot [sic] of fun. Their airball field is especially fun because you can get alot [sic] of people in one game. – b4rigger > * Robinhood is basically the best field. When I first started playing i broke my gun and the ref gladly let me use his. The ref’s are awesome….The courses are great and maintained well too. – teebaum
The Fine Print
Must Sign Waiver (if under 18 waiver must be signed by guardian). Groups of 10 or more must make a reservation. Must be 10 years of age or older to play. Must use field paint with rental equipment. Not valid for Monday through Friday parties. Merchant is solely responsible to purchasers for the care and quality of the advertised goods and services.
About Robinhood Paintball
CBS Baltimore lauds Robinhood Paintball as one of the best paintball arenas near the city, but the year-round, 10-acre facility is actually eight arenas in one. Here, players clad in protective gear race around the airball field's bobbing inflatables, or duck and weave between the concrete structures, plastic tubes and wooden bunkers on Dog Leg, appropriately named for its shape. Elsewhere, they sneak through the tall trees and verdant brush of two wooded fields or take cover behind bunkers of various shapes and sizes made of plastic shipping pallets. You can find a list of our fields here. Thorough safety orientations prepare each player before they enter the facility, where referees keep watchful eyes over every game to ensure everyone's safety and compliance with the rules.