Piney Flats' Grab Some Fun is the great place for a sports fan to spend a Saturday, or any day for that matter.
Duck, hide, and dodge to avoid being splattered by balls of paint from your opponents at Grab Some Fun.
Parking is plentiful, so patrons can feel free to bring their vehicles.
So head to Grab Some Fun for some fun, laughs, and a great experience.
Dedicated athletes of all skill levels can stock up on sporting good necessities at Bluff City's American Paintball League.
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The "GSF" in GSF Airsoft stands for "Grab Some Fun," and the onsite pro shop, 20,000-square-foot indoor arena, and 70-acre outdoor field offer visitors of all skill levels and play styles plenty of opportunities to do just that. The retail area stocks an extensive inventory of Airsoft products and accessories, from 6mm Derringers to sniper bipods and gilly suits. When it's go time, GSF features two unique playing fields. The GSF Indoor CQB Arena is designed for close-quarters battles, packed with rooms, corridors, and props. Outside players find a vast field that features six bases and diverse terrain.
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.
A man runs through the forest, pausing briefly to take in his surroundings: rolling mountains and verdant trees as far as the eye can see. Suddenly, a twig cracks, breaking the silence, and the pristine view dissolves within a cloud of paint. The game is over.
At its outpost within the mountains, Smoky Mountain Paintball has converted the area's natural terrain into outdoor paintball fields. Here, players weave between trees and peak over walls in search of enemy combatants. The simulated battlefields are also a strategist’s dream; referees take requests, and will set up almost any type of game provided that players adhere to the rules and don't require a human-sized chessboard.
Away from the colorful warzone, a pro shop brims with camouflage and Tippmann markers, In addition to paint-fueled grudge matches, combatants can also settle scores with Smoky Mountain Paintball’s expanded arsenal of Airsoft and low-impact paintball battles.