Easter Sunday Paintball Anyone?
Easter Sunday 2021 will be quite different than 2020. It was a little more than a year ago when our world was hit with the covid pandemic. We are still feeling the effects from the pandemic, however, our country is beginning to re-open family entertainment venues a bit at a time.
It will not be the usual selection of church services, amusement parks, restaurants, and activities that we have all been used to in the past. Most assuredly, outdoor paintball is alive, open, and popular.
Not only is paintball a vigorous sport, but a great way to release aggression. Enjoy the outdoors and exercise with friends and family. There are paintball activities for ages as young as six years old and of course, for adults.
At Paintball USA, you are welcomed to bring in food and ice chests to enjoy in our outdoor, shaded picnic facilities with water misters to keep you cooled off on warm weathered days while you enjoy family picnicking or paintball birthday parties. https://www.paintballusa.org/
Check out our Helpful Hints on how to dress for tips on staying cool in the summer months while playing paintball. https://www.paintballusa.org/about
Review the weather report before planning your day of paintball. We are located just past Santa Clarita before you get to the Antelope Valley. Sometimes there are heat waves here in Southern California, however, dry heat is a lot more tolerable than humid summer weather as found on the East Coast and Southern states. https://www.paintballusa.org/location
A person’s general state of health makes a difference in how long they will be able to participate in any given number of games. At Paintball USA, our rental packages come with a bag of 500 paintballs. A player may blow through those paintballs quickly or make them last for multiple games. Games can last anywhere between 5 – 15 minutes per games.
If you are planning a sports practice or outdoor activity that will require physical stamina on a hot, humid day, here is what you can do to prepare for it.
- Hydrate days before your sport.
- Bring plenty of water with you.
- Educate all coaches and athletes on recognizing exertional heat illness and stroke.
- Wet down a neck protector with cool water in between each game of paintball.
- Wear a hat or head covering and wet down with cool water between games.
- Schedule your activity mornings or late afternoons.
- Take breaks between your games.
Do a google search for paintball parks near me before heading out. Plan and make sure there is space available for your group or party. Enjoy your best Easter Sunday ever at Paintball USA! https://www.paintballusa.org/reservations