What if it rains? or snows?A. We play rain or shine! We have indoor staging and viewing areas so you and your friends can be inside until it's time to go out and play.
Does it hurt?A. NVP takes several measures to lower the paintball impact including, lower marker speeds, more distance between players and a high end paintball with a thinner outer shell.
Does the paint stain?A. No. NVP utilizes an "ECO FILL" paintball. This special paintball eliminates staining, is better for the environment and washes out in your washing machine at home.
What should I wear?A. We suggest participants wear long sleeves, jeans or sweatpants and sneakers. Extra layers of clothing for "padding" is also advisable and can always be removed if necessary. We also recommend bringing a change of clothing for the ride home.
I'm new to the game. Will I have to play against people that play all the time?A. Welcome! You will not have to play against "Advanced" players as we split "Beginner" and "Advanced" players at all of our Public Sessions. This is to ensure that everyone has an enjoyable experience at NVP.
How old do you need to be to play paintball?A. You need to be 10 years old or older to play paintball at NVP.
What is Public Play?A. Public Play is set times that individuals or groups of people can come to NVP and play paintball with the general public. You can come by yourself, grab a buddy or come as a group to play. You don't need a reservation to attend Public Play.
Can I bring my own food and drinks to NVP?A. No. We do not allow any outside food or drink at NVP. We have a full service snack bar with candy, chips, drinks, pizza slices, nachos, ice cream, slushies and more.
Can I bring my own paintballs to NVP?A. No. NVP is a field paint only facility. You can only use field paintballs purchased from NVP.
Can I bring my own equipment?A. Yes. You are more than welcome to bring your own equipment to NVP. Please be advised, however, that you may be required to show your equipment to our management staff to ensure it is working properly and that it follows all safety guidelines. You will be asked to chronograph your marker to ensure it is set to our indoor field limit of 250fps or outdoor field limit of 280fps.