According to rainbows and backed up by science, there are only seven possible colors in the world. Spew an entire spectrum's worth of paint across enemy canvases with today's deal. For $30, you get all-day entry, equipment, unlimited air, and 250 paintballs at Santa Clara Paintball (up to a $60 value). If you have your own gun and equipment, Santa Clara Paintball will give you 500 paintballs instead of 250. Blast a barrage of air-propelled colors and fierce-yet-safe fun close to San Jose. Santa Clara Paintball is open 6 p.m. to 10 p.m. on Wednesdays and Fridays and 8 a.m. to 4 p.m. on Saturdays and Sundays.
Santa Clara Paintball's thematic and sweeping fields have made it one of northern California’s most heavily frequented paintball pitches and a popular place to shoot situational comedies based around paintballing. The pummel grounds, which are open rain or shine, include a popular castle field and a new western town. Paintball provides a competitive capture-the-flag approach to studying the forces of velocity, wind resistance, and the physics of splatter. Decorate your mates, a conspicuous rock, or the earth with a safe and environmentally friendly paintball tattoo.
Paintballing at Santa Clara is a community experience. Referees diligently maintain a fun and lighthearted wartime experience free from pain, injustice, and trench foot. De-stress while you duck and dodge powerful paintballs. Experience the world around you with an air-powered paintbrush while you score inspiration for decorating a guest bedroom. Paintballers must be at least 10 years old, and those under 18 require a parental waiver. Reservations are recommended, and for groups of 10 or more they are required.
Additional paintballs must be purchased at the park.
The locations that comprise Paintball Tickets challenge hue-happy gamers to a range of combative revelry fought with air-powered paintbrushes. During games, referees maintain a fun and lighthearted wartime experience while competitors engage in capture-the-flag style strategy. As players navigate the terrain on a quest to invade the other team's territory and avoid epidemics of trenchfoot, they covertly scope opponents and peg them with bright-colored pellets to dull their chance at victory.