Paintball Indiana's owner and operator Chris bought his first marker––a PCS Storm––almost 20 years ago. He was hooked from the very first paintball shot, and within five years began refereeing games and designing his own equipment. Six years ago, his passion led him to purchase Paintball Indiana's expansive 20 acres of fields, which revolve around a central defensive castle. Chris now employs his own referees, a staff of young and passionate players that regulates games of speedball, woodsball, or scenario play on the three fields and lobby sofas. Chris' fields also play host to three- and five-man speedball leagues, which help players hone their marksmanship before upcoming tournaments. Large-scale games are de rigueur as well, as Chris and the staff takes down the nets between fields for the Big Game––an event hosting vast armies of players battling across 700 feet of terrain in the hopes of capturing the castle's prized Beanie Baby collection.
When you're ready to take on your next adventure, head to Paintball Indianapolis in Martinsville for some fun.
Challenge your friends to a (not-so-friendly) game of paintball at Paintball Indianapolis.
Parking is plentiful, so patrons can feel free to bring their vehicles.
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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.
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One of the hostage takers adjusts his protective mask nervously as the dull thuds of the police team's fire hits outside the makeshift house. He and his four allies protect a VIP they kidnapped while the rescue team waits outside. Moments later, the door bursts open as the rescue team breaches through and unleashes a fury of paintballs at the villains. After a few tense minutes and paint-spatter casualties on both sides, the battle is over, the hostage rescued, and the teams reversed. This is a regular scene at Indy Acres Paintball, a field that takes pride in the variety of scenarios available on its six fields.
From hostage rescue to large-scale woodsball and fast-paced speedball, the outdoor fields accommodate every type of play, and Indy Acres equips players with .50-caliber paintball guns that hurt more than a rubber-band snap but less than knowing that the sun has a shelf life. Additionally, the field’s rules of conduct maintain fair play and fun for every participant.
Extreme Tactical Adventures transforms both laser tag and paintball with a variety of innovations. Players use realistic-looking weapons to duke it out in a massive indoor arena that features obstacles, bunkers, and even a full-size flatbed truck. It's an eye-catching setting, and catch eyes it does: the arena is inside Washington Square Mall, and passersby stop to catch a glimpse of the fast-paced games as they play out on the other side of a glass wall.