Who Can Play?
Is Paintball Safe?
Does It Hurt?
What Should I Bring?
Can I Bring Equipment & Paint?
Where Are Your Locations?
How Many Fields Are Available?
When Should I Make Reservations?
When Do I Need to Make a Payment?
Can I Make a Partial Payment and Pay the Balance at the Playing Field?
What Happens if More Players Come?
When Can I Play?
How Do I Make a Reservation Using Passes?
Does the Sharpshooter Package Include Food?
Can Adults Play in the Sharpshooter Package, and is it a Different Amount?
Can I Sign a Release Form for my Child's Friend?
Can I Get to the Playing Fields by Public Transportation?
Frequently Asked QuestionsAbout Us
All the thrills of "Hide and Seek," "Cops and Robbers," and "Capture The Flag." Conjure up all the fun, excitement and feelings of sheer joy that you had when you were a kid playing these games. Then try to imagine all of these games rolled up into one and you've got paintball — capture the flag in the woods. But just like a kid, you'll have to bring your wits, your strategy — and above all your sense of humor! Now you're ready to have a day filled with action and adventure. You and your team, equipped with full mask and semi-automatic paint markers, attempt to cross a wooded field in order to capture the opposing team's flag and bring it back to your flag station. Then BAM! With a well-placed splat of paint, you can mark your opponents out of the game. Don't worry! Our specially-designed paint is as safe for you as it is for Mother Nature. You'll get plenty of chances to play all day long. In a full day you'll usually play at least eight games, possibly more. You'll be exhausted but exhilarated by the day's end and you'll have plenty of stories to tell your friends at home. Who Can Play?
Anyone 10 years old and over. If you are under 18, you'll need to print and fill-out our online Release of Liability Form — or you can call us and we'll mail it to you. You are welcome to come alone or with a group. Relax and enjoy your day. You will be given hands-on instruction on equipment and safety rules prior to game play. Is Paintball Safe?
Like any other activity or sport, there is always the potential for injury. However, standard safety rules and the proper use of industry developed and approved safety equipment have made paintball one of the safest participatory sports. In fact, insurance company statistics have shown that more people are hurt bowling and fishing than playing paintball.
When on the field players must ALWAYS wear protective goggles, which are part of a special mask which protects the eyes and face. When not on the field barrel plugs are inserted into the paintball gun to prevent paintballs from leaving the barrel. Safety is highly stressed at our fields with orientations given at the beginning of each session and referees/staff members on hand oversee the players. Finally, commercial paintball fields limit the velocity of a fired paintball to less than 290 feet per second. Fields which do not enforce safety requirements should be avoided. Does it hurt when you get hit with a paintball?
It is a bit of a sting. We try to keep close range shooting down to a minimum. What Should I Bring?
We recommend dark clothing or camouflage, high-top sneakers or boots and an extra change of clothes. We will supply you with all of the equipment you need to play the entire day. Hot and cold food and beverages are available at all locations for your purchase (some fields order the food in for you). Jumpsuits are also available for $6.99 plus tax. Can I bring my own paintball gun, goggles and paintballs?
At our locations you can bring your own paintballs gun, we’re sorry no full auto or burst modes allowed. You can also bring your own paintball goggles. You must have goggles that are manufactured specifically for paintball and they must have a full face mask and ear protection. The paintballs have to be purchased directly from our fields.
New Windsor, NY - 60 acres on a converted golf coarse
Calverton, NY - 11 individual paintball fields including seven scenario, two woods, and two speedball playing fields
Staten Island, NY - 20 acres and has 5 playing fields
Manchester, NJ - 80 acres and has 12 playing fields
When should I make a reservation?
At the time you make your reservation we require a $10 per person deposit that we would charge to the credit card you hold on your reservation. The balance of your reservation can be paid at the field on the day of your reservation. You also have the option of pre-paying for your reservation in full. Ask your reservation specialist for details. Can I make a partial payment and pay the balance at the playing field?
Deposits are required on the day you make the reservation or we cannot confirm it. Balance can be paid at the field. If I make reservations for the minimum number of players required and more players show up the day of the event will they be able to play?
You can make changes in your reservations up until 48 hours before your play date as long as there is equipment available for additional players. You will be required to leave a deposit for those additional players. If you add any players on the day of your event it will be on a first come first serve basis if they need to rent equipment.
Outdoor - Saturday and Sunday 9:00 am to 5:00 pm all year long, rain or shine, except under extreme weather conditions of course! Reservations are recommended.
What is your cancellation policy?
We play rain or shine!
None of our packages include food, but we can order in pizza for you at an additional charge. You can also bring your own food or cake. We have tables and chairs at all of our locations. Can adults play in a sharpshooter package and is it a different amount?
The party package is primarily recommended for people ages 10-17 years old, but if there are a few adults that is fine. The price is the same no matter who plays. Can I sign a release form for my child’s friend?
No, the release form needs to be signed for by each child’s parents. But don’t worry the parents don’t need to be at the field to sign the form. You can easily print the release form off our website, have it signed and bring it with you.
Can I get to the playing fields by public transportation?
You can get to the Staten Island location by taking the Staten Island ferry then a bus
Sat - Sun (Bus S84)
Mon - Fri (Bus S74)