The Paintball Park @ Camp Pendleton Opens Airsoft Arena
In addition to its already existing eight Paintball fields, The Paintball Park at Camp Pendleton is opening its first Airsoft field this September. The new arena will usher in the sport of Airsoft at the park while providing a place of recreation for military and civilians alike. Airsoft is a rapidly-growing sport throughout the nation, with millions of committed players, and The Paintball Park is excited to welcome it to our community.
The Paintball Park at Camp Pendleton is located at
1700 Vandegrift Blvd. Oceanside, CA 92055
? Owner of The Paintball Park welcoming players onto new field
? Players, with guns and masks entering new arena
? Brand new arena, complete with military tanks and buildings as bunkers
? Referees supervising Airsoft games
? Players hiding behind bunkers, shooting Airsoft guns
Tickets/Cost: Airsoft Packages range from $20 to $50 depending on gear rentals and
Base Entry: The Paintball Park at Camp Pendleton is open to the public! Bring your
driver’s license, registration and insurance to the Vandegrift base entrance
(a.k.a. the “back gate”), and The Paintball Park is one mile up on the left.
The Paintball Park is available for private parties seven days a week. Or, come as a walk-on player
Thursday through Sunday 8:30am-5:00pm.
The Paintball Park
The Paintball Park is San Diego's Favorite Paintball Experience. With three locations: Camp
Pendleton, Miramar and Twentynine Palms, The Paintball Park brings in hundreds of players each
week, who are looking for a good time with friends and a chance to get a little messy. The Paintball
Park is open to the public every weekend, and is available for private groups by reservation any day
of the week. The Paintball Park at Camp Pendleton has eight playing fields, each complete with
obstacles such as military tanks, tents, castles and King Kong.
Airsoft is a war-type sport played in a closed course. Each individual has a face mask, gun, and
(preferably) long-sleeves. The game is played as one team versus the other, often as a capture-theflag
scenario. If an individual gets hit, the player calls “HIT,” and moves to the safe zone. Once a
team has won, players regroup for the following game.