Five paintballers armed with paintball guns go in search of the enermy at one of three paintball locations in The Territory.

Paintballing in Mt Hood Territory

Jarrod Lyman | 08/17/2017 | Other Outdoor Activities, Recreation

Splat Action paintball

Some people head to Oregon's Mt. Hood Territory in order to relax. They head to one of our amazing lakes, hike a secluded trail or taste some wine at one of our award-winning wineries. Then there are those who crave a bit more adventure. Something exciting, something daring. Something that requires putting on a mask and protective gear. They go paint balling.

There are actually a few places where you can don some camo and team up to take out some opponents. Splat Action outside of Molalla is the largest paintball arena in Oregon. With more than 47 acres to explore, you and your team can come up with some pretty awesome strategies to emerge from the arena victorious.

Action Acres in Canby is another popular spot, as it's geared towards families and newer players who are just getting into the sport. They have 14 different playing fields, plus a target arena that's perfect if you want to shoot at things, but don't particularly feel like getting shot at yourself.

Closer into town is Impact Action Sports in Tualatin. With both open play and frequent tournaments and events, there are options for both beginning players and experienced paint ballers looking to get in a challenging round or two during their time here in The Territory.

Once you're done tackling the competition, you'll need a good night's sleep to recover and get ready to battle the next day. Check out our lodging properties to find the perfect hotel to recharge those batteries.

Jarrod Lyman has more than 13 years tourism experience. He is currently loving his job overseeing content for the #omht Facebook, Instagram, Twitter, Google+ and Pinterest

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