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25 years of paintball at West Kelowna's Safari Ridge

KELOWNA - Safari Ridge Adventure Park has been the place to go for paintball in Kelowna for 25 years. Located just past the bridge in West Kelowna, Safari Ridge is set up for any paintball occasion, from birthday parties to family outings to solo ventures.

The course has several different sections, some with old-style buildings that player can climb and hide in, long dark hallways, leaning shelters, stone walls, trenches and trees to hide behind.

The course is open every day from noon to 5 p.m. for drop-ins or bookings. Players get two hours guaranteed per game. There are barbecues and fire pits on location, so feel free to bring your own food if you’re coming with a big group.

There are two types of paintball games: Gotcha Low Impact $20 per person for kids aged 7 to 12 years (including parents) and Adventure Paintball $35 per person for adults.

If you book ahead of time, you can play archery games in the paintball fields, shooting at targets and competing against the rest of your team.

To get a discount on paintball, book and pre-pay at least 48 hours in advance for 10 per cent off admission & rental package.

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