When you're ready to take on your next adventure, head to 321 Airsoft Llc in Milford for some fun.
Enter into combat (paintball combat, that is) at 321 Airsoft Llc, and get ready to pull out the big guns.
Parking is plentiful, so guests can feel free to bring their vehicles.
Before you head out on the field, swing by Columbus' Paintball Ohio and make sure you have all of the proper equipment.
You can find great parking in the surrounding area.
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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.
White River Paintball boasts 12 different paintball fields that sprawl out across more than 100 acres of playing area. One paintball battle site is the 15,000-square-foot indoor arena that's populated with air-filled obstacles, such as tanks, humvees, and oil drums.
The outdoor arenas include the Airstrip, which contains a real Sikorsky helicopter that flew in Vietnam, and the urban-style Back Alley, with seven buildings to duck behind and cars littering the ground. The Jungle provides a more organic setting with its natural bunkers, towering trees, and uneven terrain. It's perfect for old-school games or testing out a homemade bush costume.
Both the arena and the 11 outdoor fields are open year-round, even in the winter.
Niederman Family Farm’s 210 acres bustle with activity throughout the year, allowing the visiting public to witness the day-to-day business of a working farm as well as participate in seasonal farm activities. As visitors wander the grounds on spring tours or rumble through the pumpkin patch on fall hayrides, they’re often greeted by farm animals frolicking in the rural habitat. A barn originally built in the 1890s and restored with modern trim hosts indoor gatherings. Outside, a large bonfire pit warms onlookers during cool evenings as they roast marshmallows and tell ghost stories about the time they couldn’t figure out who rewound Ghost. On Saturdays and Sundays, the farm becomes a paint war zone as quarreling factions do battle on the paintball field. The farm also offers a more leisurely stay in the form of Gregory Creek Inn’s two suites, which come with private seclusion, a queen-size bed, and the opportunity to count actual sheep while falling asleep.
Grab your friends and head on over to Cincinnati Paint Ball in Cincinnati for a funtastic day of rides and excitement.
Test your mettle on the paintball field at Cincinnati Paint Ball — the competition is fierce!
Parking is plentiful, so visitors can feel free to bring their vehicles.