Paintball Dday Games

Paintball has expanded the different ways that the game can be played.

When it comes to the recreational sport of Paintball, the game tests the skills and teamwork abilities of players to successfully eliminate their opponents. However, paintball players began to get more creative with how the game could be played. With the introduction of “scenario” games, such as Capture the Flag and Hostage, the game itself became more popular. One of the more notable scenario games is called “D-Day”, a war-like simulation of the June 6, 1944 battle between the Allied Forces and Nazi Germany on the shores of Normandy, France. Popular D-Day scenario games exist all around the country and are attractions to some of the sports’ most dedicated players.

Oklahoma D-Day Paintball

D-Day Adventure Park is known as the spot for the “world’s largest paintball game”. Located in Northeast Oklahoma in the town of Wyandotte, the park holds an annual event that starts on June 6, the actual day in which D-Day took place, until June 12. At $70 per entrant, the event can host anywhere from 3,000 to 4,000 players separated into the Allies and Germans. Aside from the main event, the park hosts different war-reenactment games throughout the year as well. There is nearby camping, RV parking, hotels available.

D-Day Adventure Park

66800 E 175 Road

Wyandotte, OK, 74370


Skirmish Paintball in the Poconos

Skirmish Paintball is another very popular spot for Paintball D-Day games. It is located in the Poconos in rural Pennsylvania, about six miles south of the towns of Buck Township and Blakeslee. Although Skirmish Paintball hosts a D-Day event that is not as nearly as long as the event in Oklahoma, it attracts thousands of players each year. At $60 per entrant, or $80 for those who sign up on the premises, the game hosts about 3,000 to 3,500 players and covers about 15 hours of playing time over two days, usually between June 17-18.

Skirmish Paintball

211 North Meckesville Road

Albrightsville, PA, 18210


Xdrenalin Zone Paintball Field

Xdrenalin Zone Paintball Field is located in Grapevine, Texas, about 10 miles northwest of Dallas and 10 miles north of Arlington, and it specializes in war-simulation playing fields. Its D-Day field is one of the most popular among the customers and is very realistic, as the Allied team starts out right near a large body of water on the premises. Aside from the D-Day course, Xdrenalin offers fields such as Ghost Town, the Airplane Crash Field, Airball, and Woodsball. Entrance fees cost each individual about $30-$70 depending on equipment rentals and the number of paintballs used. No outside paintball supply is allowed on the site.

Xdrenalin Zone Paintball Field

2500 Fairway Drive

Grapevine, TX, 76051