Like a children's art class, paintball cultivates an appreciation for both nature's beauty and Jackson Pollock forgeries. Send your inner artist on a rampage with today's Groupon for a paintball package at Wolverine Paintball. The package includes admission, rental markers (guns), safety masks, all-day air refills, and 200 paintballs per person. Choose between the following options:
- For $13, you get a paintball package for one (up to a $27 value).
- For $45, you get a paintball package for four (up to a $108 value).
The paint-slinging pros at Wolverine Paintball maintain safe speedball and scenario fields where people can shower paint to fake kill one another. Under the watchful gaze of on-field referees, individual warriors and groups of four engage in multi-colored combat with humans and rogue pinecones on fields speckled with barrels, bunkers, and faux forts. Wolverine uses only eco-friendly, oil-free paintballs to protect its fields and the earth at large, and extra ammo can be purchased on-site ($5 for 200 rounds). Since the wooded populace recently signed a paint peace treaty, paint wars can only take place on Thursdays from noon to 6 p.m., Fridays and Saturdays from 10 a.m. to 6 p.m., and Sundays from 1 p.m. to 6 p.m., and the rest of the week is spent in peaceful paint reflection.
Wolverine Paintball sometimes features a discounted price online.
Wolverine Paintball Park
The referee surveys the field, his eagle eyes scanning the masked figures who silently dart behind inflatable cones and crawl through the forest. The silence breaks as a player makes a break from the woods only to be struck by green pellets slamming against his chest. Satisfied that the shot was fair, the ref keeps the game moving in all its paint-splattered glory.
This is a typical scene at Wolverine Paintball Park, where seasoned staff members are dedicated to maintaining rigorous safety during adrenaline-fueled games on the facility’s sprawling, tree-dappled course. Wolverine’s field rules keep play in check, whereas eco-friendly paintballs keep players away from toxic materials with colorful pigments that contain no oil or tree tears.