A trip to the paintball field is the only way to treat an itchy trigger finger, outside of expensive rash creams or firing a water gun carved from a cactus. Scratch the itch for vengeance with today’s Groupon to True Paintball Adventure Park. Choose from the following options:
- For $15, you get a paintball package for one (a $31 value)
- For $60, you get a paintball package for four (a $124 value)
- For $120, you get a paintball package for eight (a $248 value)
Packages include the following for each player:
- Field admission
- Paintball marker with hopper and air tank
- Unlimited air fills
- 200 paintballs
True Paintball Adventure Park outfits its guests to become splattering soldiers with high-quality rental gear before letting teams loose upon a variety of fields designed for every play style. Both lone wolves and packs can gear up with a full set of armaments and then deploy to any of the chosen fields. The outdoor tactical field is a maze of wood buildings and paint-drenched cars, while the hyperball field is a post-apocalyptic wasteland where discarded tires are both the main building material and the local currency. The indoor tactical field is made more tense thanks to its claustrophobic conflict zones and multi-level buildings. Giant inflatable barricades dot the regulation speedball field, where teams with dreams of the pros can feel free to empty hopper after hopper of paintballs into the crossfire and occasionally onto teammates that require emergency fashion makeovers.
True Paintball Adventure Park
On the outdoor tactical playing field at True Paintball Adventure Park, players skulk behind burned-out cars and plan evasive routes to safety while under fire from paint-splattering combatants. That’s at just one of the facility’s outdoor fields. There’s also a hyperball field peppered with plastic barrels. Indoors, teams take to towers and take cover behind wooden sheds set up under a weather-neutralizing roof and overhead lighting. It’s an ideal spot for creating memorable birthdays, bachelor parties, corporate events, and Supreme Court confirmation hearings.