Paintball in Ashland


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  • Battlegrounds Paintball
    Spools can do more than just hold long lengths of rope or wire. Stacked atop each other and scattered around the field at Battlegrounds Paintball, players duck behind the giant spools to avoid getting splattered or keep the opponent in their sights. It's just one of the settings where guests wage colorful warfare on one another here: in the urban scenario field, players run up and down a bi-level bunker, another perfect spot for hiding or stopping to disguise themselves with a false mustache.
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    3919 Brice Road
    Canal Winchester, OH US
  • SplatterPark
    Your hands wrap around the grip of a Tippmann marker. Multicolored spheres fly past you, spattering the trees and cutting air inches from your mask. Through the foliage, you can see half a plane buried nose-first in a clearing, one of many obstacles concealing potential foes. At SplatterPark, this good-natured combat sprawls across the adrenaline-soaked turf of 12 outdoor fields and 40 wooded and open acres adjacent to a lake. Warriors battle through capture-the-flag, base-defense, and other scenarios in themed arenas with adventurous names including Fort Buckeye, Snake Pit, and Dark Forest. Each field is suited to at least three types of play, but only the regular type of physics, and shouts of camaraderie echo off paint-flecked cover such as a broken-down school bus and a wooden-slat fort. In preparing for battle, combatants strap on rental or purchased gear under covered staging shelters, happy in the knowledge that their biodegradable paint ammunition will be harmlessly washed away by the elements or bears doing community service. SplatterPark also offer zombie-themed hayride shoots, in which a trailer is custom-fitted with 32 paintball guns, allowing participants to shoot live zombie targets. Prior to the hunt, visitors can test their skills on a target range. The arena's surreal terrain was featured in the intense combat of Greg Hastings' Tournament Paintball, a video game from Activision, but the real park caters to players of all abilities and ages. At an onsite café, hot dogs and energy drinks refuel warriors and allow them to tell if their nemeses are actually target dummies with no appetite, and the pro shop's staff bustles among markers, accessories, and spare parts.
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    5560 C.R. 109
    Mt. Gilead, OH US
  • Paintball International
    As a conglomerate of paintball facilities, Paintball Tickets offers many distinct destinations for chromatic outdoor combat. Some fields challenge players to find adequate cover in an arena littered with creative obstacles. In Massachusetts, PnL Paintball thrusts players into a realistic Ghost Town, comprised of churches, multilevel buildings, and stone walls. Meanwhile, trees, leaves, stacked wood, and foliage inside K.C. Crusaders offer players all-natural hiding places from which they can spring forth to surprise their rivals or remain undetected while they determine the color palette they will use to paint Water Lilies on the surrounding bunkers.
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    1391 N Horning Rd
    Crestline, OH US
  • Valley City Paintball Club
    Hearing a cacophony of three-shots burst into the air but unable to see where it's coming from, a player decides to force his foes to reveal their positions by waiting patiently in the roots of an uprooted tree. Such natural cover lies throughout the backwoods field at Valley City Paintball, where combatants traverse terrain from wooded hills to a creek bed to stacks of fallen timber. The referees maintain safe conditions for all levels of players, showing guests a safety video and leading a field briefing before supervising games such as Defend the Tree and two-team Card Collector with re-spawn. Overseen by veteran Brian Gunkelman––who served four years in the 82nd Airborne and currently continues service through the Ohio Air National Guard––Valley City's team members allow up to 28 players on the field at a time. They also encourage visitors to take advantage of the natural cover, whether by wearing ghillie suits or painting a watercolor still life during the thick of battle.
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    6330 Center Road
    Valley City, OH US
  • Walsh Farms
    There's really no better place to spend the weekend with your family than at Walsh Farms in Doylestown. Make your day a little messy at Walsh Farms and challenge your opponents to a friendly game of paintball. Parking is plentiful, so patrons can feel free to bring their vehicles.
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    18723 Grill Rd
    Doylestown, OH US
  • Synergy Woods
    Synergy Woods aims to be a way of giving back to the community by offering a safe place to have fun and expend pent-up energy. On a given day, visitors can enjoy a thrilling ride on a ropes course, which is complete with a 600-foot zipline, 50-foot quick jump, and over 15 unique elements—all utilizing safe equipment and staff with extensive training. Lively groups can also be found swarming the grounds amid the whispery noise of paintballs cruising through the fresh air. It's here where teams engage in fun competition, regardless of age, size, or skill level. When the park isn't busy entertaining armies of thrill-seekers, they also play host to United States military reserves tactical training, an exercise that fills the park with humvees and transport vehicles before they begin mock Medevac evacuations. To further build on its reputation, Synergy Woods hosts organizations such as the United Way, American Cancer Society, and St. Judes Children's Research while longtime supporting Local AR.
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    11615 Avon Belden Rd,
    Grafton, OH US

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