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paintball is easy to learn

Paintball is one of the world’s most popular outdoor participation sports played in the woods or open fields. Paintball is a combination of “Capture the Flag”, “Hide & Seek” and “Tag”, but more fun! Players are divided into two teams. The object of the game is to capture the other team’s flag while protecting your own.

Paintballs are non-toxic gelatin capsules filled with washable color fluid. When paintball tags a player, the thin gelatin ball splits, leaving a “paint” mark to signify the elimination. Safety equipment, including full-face paintball goggles, is provided to insure a safe and fun day for all.


Who can play paintball?

Paintball is played by people of all ages (10 and up) and from all professions and lifestyles. Women stand on equal footing with men. Physical size and strength do not play a star factor. It is one’s ability to think that helps make a star.


Nobody can outrun a paintball which makes it easy for anyone to shoot and excel in the sport of Paintball. You can be young, old, short, tall, skinny, fat, male or female and EVERYONE is equal.



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your paintball itinerary

We start you on the Red field with a classic capture-the-flag match. The game ends one of three ways. By capturing the flag (taking it from the opposing team’s flag station and returning it to yours) or by eliminating the entire opposing team or after 15 minutes whichever team has the most remaining players. One to two referees are on the field at all times to oversee all players primarily for safety and to discourage any forms of cheating. Disobeying referees, in either case, will result in one warning, then ejection from a game. If it continues you may be ejected from the fields for the day without a refund. Please obey the referees for a trouble-free day.

When the game is over the teams take a break at the staging area to boast of accomplishments, refill on C02 (or air) and refill their hoppers with paint. Then the teams return to the red field switching sides. We then move onto the Orange fields and then to the Speedball field.

While many groups may play only among themselves, we do have individuals, pairs, and small groups known as walk-ons. Walk-ons are welcome and we mix them into larger parties and balance out their placement among larger groups.

Never fear the players dressed in paintball gear or using their own marker. Remember what we said above, no one can outrun a paintball. You are as good as you want to be. We have seen mothers and fathers, eight-year-old children perform better than speedy teenagers and twenty-somethings.


Long and just wide enough to punch through and capture your opponent's flag.

orange field

It's one of our largest paintball fields. So wide each team's front line is at risk.

green field

Dense. Wide. Long. The middle is a choke point. Can you find the weak point?

how to have fun at paintball

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Winning a paintball match is not how to determine your fun level. However if you are having fun, you are a winner. And let’s face it if you’re not being shot at, you’re not having fun.

But if you want to play it safe, know that if you don’t want to get shot, you won’t. This means you determine how aggressive or risky you want to be on the field. If you want to play up on the front lines in the action, you will. But as you move forward, don’t move beyond your lines (too far in front of your teammates). Attack with patience, making your shots count. This preserves paintballs too.

paintball faqs

Paintball is played by people of all ages (10 and up) and from all professions and lifestyles. Women stand on equal footing with men. Physical size and strength do not play a star factor. It is one’s ability to think that helps make a star.

Of course they do! IF you are shot at close range.

Let's be clear. Our game types allow for fun, while keeping you far enough away from other players that a paintball shouldn't hurt.  Really.

We've been managing paintball games for beginners for over 35 years. We've developed game types and trained refs to keep players at distances that allow for fun, while keeping them safe.  

But yes, if players insist in playing from close range, a paintball can sting.  We closely monitor players to keep them safely apart. 

We have a 30 feet minimum rule. That's roughly two car lengths. Do players violate that rule?  Yes. Sometimes. Repeat offenders sit out games, and then forfeit their day.  It's rare players require intervention. 

Yes. Sometimes. Keep in mind, Paintball Action Games is known as a beginner complex. We attract 'beginners'. We don't attract advanced paintball players. We are glad to have 'experienced' players come out to play with beginners.

Those players with experience don't enjoy shooting up new players. They've played paintball long enough that they get enjoyment from coaching new players and helping them through the learning process. Good paintball players follow an ethical guideline that centers around keeping new players in the game so more people become 'experienced' paintball players.

Paintball has a saying that 'Woodsball is the great equalizer." Experienced and advanced players are at a handicap when playing woodsball. You'll see that woodsball allows everyone to have fun, not just a few.  

Win or lose, one of the most fun things to do is finish an entire game of paintball without getting shot out. The secret to surviving is balanced aggression. It takes time to learn just how hard you should attack opponents in paintball. But the secret in to paintball is in those two words, "Balanced aggression." 

No one likes to get over-shot, also known as 'bonus balled'. To avoid that happening, take cover, barrel cover (place your barrel cover over the end of the barrel) immediately. Raise your gun high displaying your gun is covered. If you want to be a class act and earn respect, point at your opponent and say, "Good shot!" Not only is this something experienced players do, it also helps in not getting accidently shot while you are walking off. Note that you should walk off quickly, or jog. And if you are accidently shot again, point up at your gun barrel showing opponents you're out of play. Don't yell at them, it won't help. If you feel the need to argue, wait until after the game otherwise the playing field becomes unsafe.