Pricing Information

For information about Paintball Adventures pricing, or to download the PBA waiver, please click on the following links.

Paintball Adventures Pricing

Waiver Download

Packages & Special Online Deals

 Sponsored Teams

Paintball Adventures welcomes all players, teams, and organizations. We do not welcome poor sportsmanship, hazing of young players, bad attitudes, or cheaters. We have revamped our team and player sponsorship, if you want more info call 904.645.7127 or e-mail, brian@paintballadventures.com

 Is Paintball Safe?

One of the most common "first questions" about paintball is "Is it safe?"

Well, outside of an occasional bruise I have never been injured. I've seen 10-year-olds, teenage girls, and adults of all shapes, sizes, gender, and ages playing and having a wonderful time, and without injury. But, if you need some "numbers" to help in your decision to play paintball:

(Injury is defined as one which results in some degree of permanent impairment, or renders the injured person unable to effectively perform his regular duties or activities for at least one full day beyond the day of the injury.)

  • Driving a car:
    26.00 yearly injuries per 1000 participants
  • Being on a street:
    33.00 yearly injuries per 1000 participants
  • Being at work:
    61.00 yearly injuries per 1000 participants
  • Being at home:
    93.00 yearly injuries per 1000 participants

-Source: National Safety Council.

  • Paintball:
    0.31 yearly injuries per 1000 participants
  • Bowling:
    0.50 yearly injuries per 1000 participants
  • Archery:
    0.66 yearly injuries per 1000 participants
  • Boating:
    0.92 yearly injuries per 1000 participants
  • Tennis:
    1.09 yearly injuries per 1000 participants
  • Golf:
    1.13 yearly injuries per 1000 participants
  • Swimming:
    1.30 yearly injuries per 1000 participants
  • Fishing:
    1.37 yearly injuries per 1000 participants
  • Water Skiing:
    1.90 yearly injuries per 1000 participants
  • Handball:
    2.42 yearly injuries per 1000 participants
  • Racquetball:
    2.53 yearly injuries per 1000 participants
  • Ice Skating:
    2.79 yearly injuries per 1000 participants
  • Snowmobiling:
    2.86 yearly injuries per 1000 participants
  • Snow Skiing:
    3.44 yearly injuries per 1000 participants
  • Volleyball:
    4.43 yearly injuries per 1000 participants
  • Gymnastics:
    7.13 yearly injuries per 1000 participants
  • Soccer:
    10.54 yearly injuries per 1000 participants
  • Bicycle Riding:
    11.30 yearly injuries per 1000 participants
  • Boxing:
    11.34 yearly injuries per 1000 participants
  • Hockey:
    12.46 yearly injuries per 1000 participants
  • Basketball:
    22.04 yearly injuries per 1000 participants
  • Rugby:
    23.14 yearly injuries per 1000 participants
  • Wrestling:
    27.37 yearly injuries per 1000 participants
  • Football:
    27.50 yearly injuries per 1000 participants
  • Baseball:
    27.67 yearly injuries per 1000 participants
  • Lacrosse:
    223.79 yearly injuries per 1000 participants
  • Running 0-19 miles per week: 294.00 yearly injuries per 1000 participants
  • Running 20-29 miles per week: 384.00 yearly injuries per 1000 participants
  • Running 30-39 miles per week: 461.00 yearly injuries per 1000 participants

- Source: Control Systems Inc., administrator of paintball game accident insurance plan for air gun game operators.


PAINTBALL INFORMATION
Maybe it's Your First Time Playing Paintball, or You Might Have a Few More Questions...

What is paintball?

Paintball is both a sport and a game. Games include numerous themes and variations and are played in both wooded areas and on speedball courses. At Paintball Adventures we have wooded fields with forts, bunkers, trails, barricades, sniper trails, and plenty of natural cover. We have two speedball courses, a three man with 24 bunkers and a regulation size X-ball with 52 bunkers.

Who can play?

Anyone who is in reasonably good health can play paintball. Any player under the age of 18 must have a parental consent form completed. click here to download a waiver Our minimum age is 9. Waivers may be notarized. If your form is not notarized, it will be good for the one day only. However, if your form is notarized, we will keep it on file for one year.

Is it safe?

We use every safety precaution and every recommended safety feature available. By following the guidelines of correct and safe play, paintball is one the safest of all team sports. Regardless where you play paintball, always play at a reputable field with referees, chronos, and safety guidelines. Don't play at outlaw fields, backyards, or on property not designated for paintball play. click here for safety statistics

Does it hurt?

William Shatner said it best when he first played paintball: “The sting of the paintball is part of the mystique of the ballgame. So, the kick of running and jumping, dodging the paintball goes right back to your childhood. And the competition of trying to make the points to win the overall thing is a rush.” So, while getting “marked” by a paintball might sting a little, the sensation is similar to getting snapped by a rubber band and will usually go away in a couple seconds.

Where can we play?

Right here at our field. Don't risk your safety by playing at unlicensed, uninsured, and improperly zoned areas. Outlaw fields can be dangerous and possibly illegal. Always play safe no matter where you play. We do remote set-ups. We are able to bring one of our inflatable playing fields to you, call us (904-645-7127) for details. Private and semi-private games are available, just call us for details. Paintball Adventures is open every Saturday and Sunday from 9am until 6pm. Weekdays are available by reservation. We are also open on holidays and for special events...check our upcoming events page for details.

How do we sign up?

You may sign-up individually or as a group. We do, however, require reservations to secure your equipment.

What is a paintball?

A paintball is a round, thin-skinned gelatin capsule with colored liquid inside it. Paintballs are similar to large round vitamin capsules or bath oil beads. The fill inside paintballs is non-toxic, non-caustic, water-soluble and biodegradable. It rinses out of clothing and off skin with mild soap and water and they are even edible, although we don’t recommend it

Can I bring my own food and/or beverage?

Yes. You may bring food and beverages. Alcoholic beverages or drugs are not permitted.

What do we wear?

Many people wear camouflage or hunting clothing. Dark, loose fitting pants and a long sleeve plaid shirt is a good alternative to camouflage. Hiking boots, combat boots, or athletic shoes are choices for footwear. No tank tops, shorts, or open toe shoes are recommended OR allowed. Face paint is optional, but it is basically useless since you will be wearing a face mask. Paintball Adventures has camos, jumpsuits, and specialty clothing available for rent.

What about equipment and paint?

We supply all the equipment needed to play the game and various packages are available. We are 'field paint only'. This means only the paint sold directly to you by Paintball Adventures may be used at our field. This rule is safety driven. Our paint is very reasonably priced and various grades are available.

You may bring your own equipment, but we will inspect your equipment to make sure it meets our safety standards.

 

 

1. All goggles must be full-face masks and be unaltered. There can be no cracks in the lenses at all.

2. Paintball markers must be semi-automatic with a trigger guard. We also require barrel socks or plugs.

3. All CO2 or High Pressure tanks must be in test date. High-pressure fiber wrap tanks may not have any cracks or fraying and can’t have any stickers, decals or other coverings on them. No bulk CO2 fill stations are allowed. CA fill stations are allowed, but are subject to inspection.

4. Maximum velocity is 300 fps. Every gun is subject to inspection and exclusion from use if determined to be unsafe.

Do we close for inclement weather?

No, Paintball Adventures is open Saturday and Sunday YEAR ROUND. The only time we stop play is if there are lightning strikes on or near the park grounds. We will resume play as soon as the storm passes.

Do you have any indoor fields?

No, Paintball Adventures is all outdoors.

Can I get my tank filled or buy equipment there?

Yes. We fill CO2 and Compressed Air to 4500 lbs. We have a variety of upgrade equipment and repair parts available. We repair most guns and paintball equipment.

How much does paintball cost?

A day of paintball (including admission, rental equipment, and your paint) will cost you around $35-$50, depending on how much paint you shoot. We do offer memberships that will save you money.

Click here for prices

How long do we play?

Individual games last between 12-20 minutes. The entire day lasts 8-9 hours. On a typical day, we play at least a dozen games. The action is fast and turn around is quick.