A lot of big things start in a garage; Boston Paintball, however, needed a warehouse. The team of paintball enthusiasts came together in 1992, and they spent 10 years in a downtown warehouse, introducing thousands of people to the sport and spilling more paint than an artist working on a tilt-a-whirl. But even that space eventually proved too small, and the company has since expanded to three locations in the greater Boston area.
Fully stocked pro shops and indoor fields greet players at the Chelsea and Ashland outposts. Maynard, on the other hand, takes the game outdoors. At every location, the staff keeps competition safe and fair, pairing up players based on ability from beginners all the way up to tournament level.
Write down the recipe you have been wanting to try and pick up the ingredients from Super Stop and Shop in Everett.
The canned food selection at Super Stop and Shop is perfect for giving you a bunch of shortcuts to a nutritious, delicious, and perfect meal for you and your loved ones.
Do you meet your recommended calcium intake? If not, pick up some dairy products and put yourself on the path to a healthier lifestyle.
This fresh produce here is so tasty it will change the way we think about healthy eating.
Patrons are provided with sufficient parking nearby.
Everett certainly does have the best grocery store around at Super Stop and Shop.
When you're ready to take on your next adventure, head to First Shot Paint Ball in Swansea for some fun.
For a fun filled day of paintball, show off your strength on the field at First Shot Paint Ball.
Parking is plentiful, so visitors can feel free to bring their vehicles.
Ashland's Boston Paintball is a great place to stop in for some fun.
Boston Paintball is just the place to go for some serious sporting fun, so get your friends together for a friendly game of paintball.
Parking is plentiful, so patrons can feel free to bring their vehicles.
Boston Paintball is a place you'll love to visit, so don't wait around, give them a call today!
At Action Games Paintball, players streak across 80 acres comprising six woodsball fields speckled with forts, towers, bridges, and bunkers. After playing one of 10 themed games such as capture the flag or attack and defend, they post up against a towering tree or at a picnic table and dig into a complimentary, all-you-can-eat barbecue lunch.
You're in the woods playing hide-and-seek. Tucked behind a log, you hear, "Ready or not, here I come!" and then wait for the sound of footsteps to trod past. The steps fade, and you break for base. But then the seeker closes in, but he doesn't need to get close enough to touch you—he just needs a clear shot to tag you with a paintball pellet.
Cape Cod Paintball's founders—friends who spent nearly a decade designing the facility's 14 outdoor fields—love to blend childhood games such as hide-and-seek with the grown-up thrill of paintball. Each course integrates both natural and artificial terrain—picture freestanding timber and brush piles juxtaposed against industrial cable spools, upturned sections of corrugated tubing, and wooden fence panels. Through this mash-up of cover, players split into teams for standard paintball games such as Capture the Flag, or more updated childhood games such as Cops and Robbers. Cape Cod Paintball's team also caters to group play with private parties, and mans a pro shop stocked with gear from brands such as Tippmann and Dangerous Power.