Arizona hosts more than a dozen paintball venues.
Arizona is home to more than a dozen paintball fields and arenas with obstacles that include surplus helicopters and tanks. Most host leagues and tournaments. Kids are welcome to participate in paintball games as long as parents or guardians sign a waiver on their behalf releasing the company from liability.
Disruptive Paintball, located in Tucson, offers four paintball scenarios on 18 acres of land including the only regulation airfields in the city. The company is open during the winter on Saturday and Sunday, and during the summer on Wednesdays in addition to the weekend. Disruptive Paintball hosts private parties any time. Paint guns are available for rent and paint is for sale at a discount for players. The store, open to the general public, sells accessories such as helmets and goggles as well as paint and services Eclipse products.
Fighter Town Paintball Park
Located at Speedworld Raceway Park in Surprise, Fighter Town Paintball Park offers four fields including a woodsball section and one dedicated to speedball style fighting. Another is used for all terrain vehicle (ATV) dogfighting where teams do battle while riding ATVs outfitted with paintball machine guns. Open on weekends, the company offers a rental deal that covers equipment and protective gear and the on-site store sells paintballs. Group field rentals must have a minimum of eight players.
Fort Adobe Paintball Complex
Fort Adobe Paintball Complex, located in Glendale, has over 150 acres of paintball playing area including two Astroturf fields dedicated to airball tournaments and 40 acres reserved for airsoft players. Open Friday through Sunday during the summer season and Saturday and Sunday during the winter, Fort Adobe hosts monthly tournaments and league play. Corporate parties feature team building activities and Fort Adobe offers catering for private parties. The pro shop carries a complete line of equipment, accessories and protective gear.
Real Tactical Training Simulation (RTTS)
RTTS, an indoor paintball facility located in Prescott, is open on Wednesday, Friday, Saturday and Sunday. The 12,000-square-foot, air conditioned arena features Astroturf, military props, piped-in background noise and special effects. Sessions last an entire day, and pricing includes equipment for players who don’t own their own. Players with their own equipment pay discounted rates. To simulate real tactical training, the company rents replica AK-47s, M4A1s, and a variety of pistols. RTTS hosts teams and tournaments.