Please read and abide by our guidelines for Treetop Adventures Paintball. These guidelines are in place to ensure your safety.
Treetop Adventure Paintball Guidelines
All waivers of youth under the age of 18 must be signed by their legal guardian/s. The waiver are available below.
Paintball General Information
- Reservations are strongly recommended.
- A valid credit card number is required to make a reservation. Final numbers must be provided 48 hours prior to the start of the scheduled reservation.
- Closed toed shoes are mandatory.
- Only Treetop Adventures field paint is to be used; any paintballs left over may be taken with you, but are not allowed to be re-used at Treetop Adventures.
- Play privately with as few as 10 participants.
- We paintball in rain, snow and everything in between. Treetop Adventures will call you to reschedule your reservation should weather conditions pose a safety threat. If you have not heard from Treetop Adventures you are to attend your scheduled reservation.
Paintball Group Information
- You must have 10 or more participants to receive a private play session; if less than 10 show up for your scheduled reservation then group prices do not apply and Treetop Adventures may add participants during your playing session.
- A valid credit card number is required to make a group reservation. Final numbers must be provided 48 hours prior to the start of the scheduled reservation.
- Booking staff will review our policies with the group organizer, and it is up to the organizer to relay this information to the whole group.
Wear proper footwear – Closed toes shoes!
Full-length Clothing – Long pants and long-sleeved shirts are recommended. If you wear gloves make sure they fit snuggly.
Baggy Clothes – Baggy clothing is recommended. It helps people move and crouch down more easily. Also, baggy clothing deflects some of the energy off paintballs, making them less likely to bruise or even to break. Just don’t wear something so big that it gets in the way of playing.
Layered Clothing – Layered clothing makes for a bouncier surface, meaning paintballs are less likely to break even when they hit their target. In the summer, it makes sense to wear a t-shirt and bike shorts under the bagger outer layer. During cooler months, leggings/long johns and a long-sleeved undershirt provide great protection, not only from paintballs, but also from the weather.
Extra Protection such as vests, elbow pads, knee/shin pads, cups for guys, and cushioned bras for women are recommended but not mandatory.