How many spectators can we bring?

We know people love to watch paintball! In fact we even put in a huge glass wall so players can watch other people when they are playing. We must however limit the number of spectators we can allow in our facility. We have limited seating available, and we need to keep our tables free for our guests that are playing paintball or nerf.

Spectators can’t outnumber guests

We know a lot of facilities charge for everyone who enters. If you go to an amusement park, you pay the entry fee whether you are going to ride the rides or not. If you go to a water park, you pay to get in, even if you don’t swim. We understand that a lot of our guests are having birthday parties, and there needs to be a few adults running the party. Perhaps a bit more with larger parties. So in order to not charge the hosts, we must limit the number of spectators, hosts, or non-playing guests with the simple rule – guests cannot outnumber players.  As an example, if you book a group of 10 players, you can bring 10 spectators, if you have 15 players, you could have 15 spectators.. If you need more than that, you can add additional spectators, but there is a charge of $10 each. All spectators must be paid for before the group starts their play.

Who is considered a spectator

Any non playing individual. Younger brother, grand parent, parents of other players, etc. It is probably ideal if you just car pool kids to the event and bring just enough hosts to run your event, or have parents drop off and pick up. This will save you from having to pay for other spectators that are not playing.

It is also important to note, that some areas of the facility are off limits to spectators. For example, spectators cannot be on a field of play, and some areas are limited to individuals over the age of 5, and must have a waiver on file.

We hope you understand, and limit the number of people who are not playing so we may comfortably seat all our our customers who are.