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For one person to rent the gear and play for about 2 to 2.5 hour it will cost $55.
For a group of 10 to rent the gear and play for about 2 to 2.5 hour it will cost $455.
For one person who has their own gear to play for about 2 to 2.5 hour it will cost 535.
Compared to other co-ed sports such as basketball and soccer 1/3 less injuries in occur in paintball. For a comparison chart and source citation click here. Before any player is allowed onto the field they are given a safety briefing followed by a Q and A session. Once they are on the field they are given another briefing prior to each game about the boundaries and rules of the game. All games are run by and monitored by an assigned referee whose primary job is that of a safety officer. It's the referee's job to ensure that all players follow the field safety procedures and treat each other with respect.
Yes it can hurt depending upon where you get hit. In the worst case it will feel like a bee sting. If you wear the appropriate clothing (see What should I bring?) the most you should feel is the impact with little or no pain.
From Portland and further North vial-5 or 1205
From Salem or further South vial-5
Fill out a waiver for each player. Call, email or click to make a reservation for groups of 10 or more players.
Appropriate clothing which includes; long pants, long sleeve shirt, footwear with good traction, a hat, a scarf for wearing loosely around your neck and a pair of gardening gloves, all of which you won't mind getting paint or mud on. There is currently no place to change clothes at our facility so be sure to bring towels or plastic to protect your vehicles upholstery for the ride home.
10 to 15 minutes to sign in, get your gear and put it on. 10 to 15 minutes for the safety briefing and questions. A short hike to the first play area followed by a 5 minute explanation of the game and the boundaries. 3 or 4 15 minute games with short breaks in between then another short hike to a new play area where with an explanation of the new game and boundaries followed by 3 or 4 15 minute games and repeat until you need a break to refill the guns cot tanks, buy more paint, eat lunch or you've had all the excitement that you can handle for one day and it's time to go home.