We are a full service paintball destination offering 4 Woodsball field and 2 speedball fields. Large rental fleet of well maintained newer Tippmann 98 Custom ACT Markers. Very Competitive prices. Walk-ons are welcome on Saturdays & Sundays. Reservations are appreciated.
Merrimack Valley PaintballI've played at MVP a handful of times since it opened in April 2014. Every time has been a pleasant and fun experience. The owner is a real nice, friendly and knowledgeable guy. He's been playing...
I've played at MVP a handful of times since it opened in April 2014. Every time has been a pleasant and fun experience. The owner is a real nice, friendly and knowledgeable guy. He's been playing paintball since the 1980s when it first started and as a result has gained a wealth of knowledge and experience in the sport. He has a passion for the game, and that's the kind of guy you want running a field.
Merrimack Valley Paintball isn't a huge field. It doesn't offer a massive 30+ acres of woodsball terrain like some of the bigger fields in the area, but what it lacks in size it makes up for in value and hospitality. For the low price of $15 for self-equipped players, one can play all day on their own paint they brought, or field paint for just $45/case.
The main pro of this field is the fact that it's BYOP EVERYDAY. No other field offers such a thing. And also, the fact that MVP will offer a regulation PSP speedball field in the near future. There aren't many fields around here anymore that offer speedball, and certainly not at the low price that MVP does.
Fun woodsball fields(even one where you fight for control of a hill like at OSG), regulation PSP field, bring your own paint EVERYDAY, all at competitive prices. You simply can't beat the value at MVP.
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Merrimack Valley PaintballMVP opened in April of 2014. The owner purchased 6 acres of land with the goal of creating the best experience possible. Not making the most money. So far, I think he is succeeding with flying...
MVP opened in April of 2014. The owner purchased 6 acres of land with the goal of creating the best experience possible. Not making the most money. So far, I think he is succeeding with flying colors.
Entrance is 15 dollars for self equipped players, and it's BYOP. If you need more reason to play here, you are insane but I will oblige.
Field paint, if you are renting or need it, is just 45 dollars.
The staging area has seating at tables for 80 players. Yes, there are actually that many tables and that much room. They are also building a pavilion of sorts, and have pop ups to cover tables temporarily. Furthermore, they have a rental fleet of at least as many top notch 98s, with hpa tanks and some good masks.
There are already 4 woodsball fields up. These are well built, with an assortment of bunkers, brush, trees, and landscapes. Each one was built with thought and care. Each team needs to really think to gain an advantage. Most importantly (at least to me, as a scenario player) each field flows into the next, allowing for bigger games to be held with ease and still retain the same experience.
Two speedball fields are under construction. One will be a full size regulation psp field. The other will be a smaller field for walk on or 3 man play. There are exceptionally few speedball fields in New England, and fewer PSP fields.
There is still room for another field or two, and more importantly, adjoining land available for purchase for further expansion. This field could grow from 6 acres to 26 almost overnight.
The only things bringing this field down are that it is under construction and is new. Once the rest of the fields are built and word gets out, this will be a prime balling location.
Talking to the owner, he is a very nice guy. He has been in the sport for a long time and really wants to help it grow. He has all sorts of plans to add cool new things to the field. He is also very safety consciences. He wants to hear feedback and embraces it rather than resists it. He has already modified fields based on player's opinions. I can't wait to see what he has in store for scenario type fields and events. It's looking very promising and is already a blast to play at. This is the kind of guy to run a field. He isn't greedy and isn't careless.
Walk on play is every Sunday and maybe Saturdays as well, I'd check the website. He has also already hosted a big game to test the entire field. I assume more big games and events are to come.
This will be my main field soon. I hope to see you there.