Official Paintball has 12 Challenging courses to keep you entertained!
Below are just a few samples to give you an idea of what we have to offer...
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This is a huge field with lots of natural cover, including trees, bushes, and tall grass. The most important bunker in the game is the middle bridge. If you start in the other bridge, you should be able to make it there fairly easy off the break. If you choose to trek through the woods north of the middle bridge, be careful, and look for people hiding behind trees and in the grass. Also, do not cross the creak to the south of the middle bridge. Refs hate chasing people across water. - Ben G.
This is one of the most played fields at Official Paintball. This course has an almost 100% mirrored layout offering each team an evenly matched set of bunkers. Having one side completely covered with a 40' tall netting, making this course viable for spectators. Even in the shade, you can watch your friends and teammates play some paintball! The large bunker at the "50" of this field, makes it a dominating presence at the park. Be sure to get down in the dirt, and crawl our "Snake" bunker, giving you a really good chance, of runnin the tape on the opposing team! Cyberball, offering a high tech look and feel to the game we all know and love.
Make sure you keep moving on this field. Never allow yourself to settle into a bunker and get comfortable. Make sure you keep your eyes and ears open. Communication with your tem is vital. The 50 is an effective bunker, with numerous angles, but can be hard to reach off the break unless you have decent speed. - Ben G.
The most harmful bunker on this field is the snake. Once a person is in the snake, do not take your eyes off of it. A person can shimmy up the snake all the way to the opponents side of the playing field. The best thing to do is stick a "backer" in one of the towers in the back to keep the snake "honest". - Kyle G.
A 1200 Square Foot Fort with two 20' towers….
Defender: Get Outside
NEVER have more than two people in either tower at one time. Try not to focus on one area at a time, but rather the entire picture. If you focus all your fire power on one place, the other team can run in unscathed. Don't be afraid to run at the other team off the break. The bunkers on the back side are an excellent tool. - Ben G.
Attacker: Every Direction
Many different strategies can work when attacking, from sneaking in the back door, to charging the front door off the break. If you try and send most of your tram around the back via the woods on the left, make sure you leave at least four players back to protect from flanking on the right. Also, try and get at least one player to the first bunker on the right. - Ben G.
Capturing your opponents fort is not as easy at it sounds. The best thing to do is be aggressive; when you feel the chance to get closer... TAKE IT! Some of the better things to do on this field is go around the back of the fort and surprise your opponents, hug the walls of the fort and step inside the main entrance, or just running head on off the break. Most of the time running head on does not work, but you can always get lucky. - Kyle G.
Speedball is a mirror field, meaning that all bunkers on both sides of the field are mirrored. This field has been used for many tournaments at Official Paintball, but still offers a great time for anyone looking for a game of fast-paced Speedball!
Use The Nets
This is a large field, but try and take as much ground off the break as possible. Always have at least one person in the "window," as the netting will stop any paintballs, but still provides excellent visibility. Use the cracks! Most if not all of the bunkers have at least one crack to see out of. Stay away from the "snake." It is almost impossible to work effectively. - Ben G.
Pushing The Field
The most important part of playing Speedball is pushing your team up the field. Speedball is played as a "center flag" game, meaning there is a flag hanging at the 50 yard line of the field. The most important thing in this situation is pushin your team to the 50 yard line or further in order to reach the flag first. Grab the flag, shoot the opponents, hang the flag, Game over you win. - Kyle G.
Tora Bora is Official Paintball's vision of an Allied base deep in Japanese territory during World War II.
A large Tower is the centerpoint of this field, often times used in conjunction with the Bridges field to offer a larger playing course.
A wild west town, offering an innovative way to play Paintball…
Make sure you always have people on the tapelines on this field. It is not very long, but is very wide, making it very easy to be flanked. Never get tunnel vision. Keep your eyes moving and looking for exposed players. Watch out for people shoting through cracks, but keep in mind that you can also sneak a ball through one and nail someone. The mineshaft is a game winner. Try very hard to get there, but if you can't make it, be sure to keep the other team away from it. - Ben G.
The cracks on this course are HUGE... avoid the cracks in the bunkers and you will be fine. One of the best places to go on this field would be the mine shaft... you can work your way around it and over it and have angles on almost any one on the whole course... you might have to long ball a few but its still great strategy. - Kyle G.
A heavily wooded field…
Get The Flanks
This is a huge field which is very easy to be flanked on. When the whistle blows, run as fast as possible down the two tapelines, and don't stop or turn back. Sometimes you would be surpised how far you can make it before even being shot at. - Ben G.
Strap on your camoflouge jackets and guilly suits guys, because your going to need 'em. On this field there's lots of brush, trees, tall grass, and a few bunkers here and there. The best thing to do is get down and dirty in the grass and brush, be patient, and wait for your opponent to come looking for you. Keep this in mind and you will win almost every time. - Kyle G.