National Park is located in the heart of Southern Utah's Color Country and
is Utah's most popular national park. Zion National Park is home to some
of the most breathtaking scenery in the world. Visitors to Zion can choose
from an exciting array of activities including hiking, canyoneering, and
horseback riding. Many guests in the Zion area are now experiencing a unique
and entertaining activity called "PAINTBALL!" Paintball is a war
games played with guns that have been calibrated to safely shoot a water
soluble paint pellet at an opposing team. Paintball games was initially
used by the military in their war games and has become a popular worldwide
activity for adventure seekers in paintball wars and games.
This game begins by dividing guests into two teams and designating one flag for each team. A few members of each team guard the flags while other members begin a forward advance. Any player who receives a direct hit with a paintball is out of the game. Victory is decided when one team captures the other team's flag, or when all members of a team are out. Paintball is a fun and exciting activity, but it can also be dangerous. All players are required to obey the following rules. Failure to do so will result in immediate expulsion from the game. Two rule infractions will result in loss of paintball privileges for the remainder of the guest's stay.
East Zion Adventures use only the finest paintball gear and accessories. Our semi-automatic guns are simple to operate but will provide the firepower necessary to become king of the hill. Protective masks are mandatory and are provided for all guests. Authentic camouflage fatigues will also be provided. Zion Ponderosa Ranch is a 10,000-acre ranch on the east rim of Zion National Park. The ranch is covered with lush vegetation including ponderosa pine, pinion pine, wild oak, sage, and juniper. The rolling hills and thick underbrush make the ranch an ideal location for the guerilla type warfare that reigns supreme in paintball games. Guests will feel heart-thumping excitement as they walk into an ambush or crossfire.