Creating challenging and realistic scenarios is our passion. We develop entire battlegrounds with full-scale buildings and fortifications, populated with military vehicles, that put even the most avid paintball player to the test. Our fields are regularly re-designed and modified to keep game play fresh and unpredictable.
Eight action packed fields were in play in 2016. In addition to the new D-Day beach landing field added in 2015 our newest field is "Bridgehead" featuring a 80' long, 16' high bridge linking four different fields. This is an exciting addition for heart-pounding capture-the-flag and mission based scenarios.
We've recently added a new 'low impact paintball' package so kids as young as 8 years of age can now play safely. Choose from one of our three new Birthday Packages to make your child's next Birthday a blast.
Entrance and equipment rental. This is where you register, pay and get your equipment. Here you can also upgrade your gun, mask, rent additional equipment such as protective vests, camo clothing, sneakers, gloves or a variety of other items. The H.Q. is also where the washrooms are located.
Practice your marksmanship at the shooting range featuring a variety of tempting targets that move and make noise when hit. Compete with your friend to get closest to the mark or just perfect your aim for your next paintball game.
Crossfire completely re-built this field in 2014. Now a 'L' shaped field with a castle in the centre and more than 40 scale buildings surrounding it. You may get a glimpse of the enemy but can you tag them before they disappear down an alley or behind the castle walls?
A unique woodsball field populated with an almost impenetrable mass of trees. Your only salvation may be the vast series of winding trails that lead to the strong points at the top of the 25-foot hill. Watch out for ambushes! Take the open road or opt for one of the many hidden trails to advance on your opponents. The Firebase at the top is perfect for 'attack and defend' games but can easily be adapted to any elimination or scenario game. Two team bases are located at opposing ends of the field for exciting 'capture the flag' action. Bunkers, pillboxes, fortifications, and excitement abound at every corner on the long and winding road to the top of Heartbreak Hill.
A complete town on one side, a fortified Axis ammunition dump on the other with connecting bridges in between. Start in the tunnel and advance carefully through the town in search of the enemy. Set up defensive positions and eliminate your opponent's strongholds. Cross the bridge to attack and capture the ammunition dump, but beware the guard towers and pillboxes that line the Axis trench system. The town includes a church, houses and shops, military vehicles and lots of rubble, all adding to the realism and second World War atmosphere. Watch your back, your opponents are never very far away. You'll have to be vigilant to liberate this town and destroy the enemy stronghold.
Fast and furious, our smallest field is big on action and fun. Use the fuel barrels and ammunition crates as cover as you stalk your opponents. Move through a maze of camo-covered obstacles, bunkers and sandbags to eliminate the enemy and emerge victorious.
Teams at opposite ends of the field begin from behind their own headquarters and disperse through a maze of real trenches to eliminate their opponents. A virtual wasteland of sandbagged emplacements, wire and bunkers are strategically placed above and below the ground adding to the heart pounding excitement. Don't get caught behind enemy lines, and watch out for what's around that next corner.
Our newest and most anticipated field. There's not much cover for the Allies as they race off their landing craft onto the beach and make their way toward the cliffs under heavy enemy fire. Your mission is to scale the cliffs, cross the open ground of barb wire and trenches and breach the Axis pillbox complex above. Can you complete your objective?
Another big field. Steep sloped hills and plenty of bushes on either side with lots of military equipment, a radar station and an artillery fire-base in between. Stealth and patience are required if you are to complete your mission here. The field is riddled with hiding places and an ambush is always possible.
Our latest addition and eighth field opened 2016. A whopping 80 foot long, 12' wide and 16 foot high bridge that can be played by itself, or for bigger games four fields can be linked together. Fast paced "capture the flag" or mission based scenarios such as 'bomb plant' can be played here.
Aerial View of Fields - click to enlarge
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Crossfire is open seven days a week until September 4th. We will then be open weekends only until the end of October, 2017. Doors open 11 am, with the last groups of the day at 6 pm. Players in before 6 pm can play until dusk.
Please note that the Zombie Apocalypse is running Friday, Saturday and Sunday evenings during July and August and ends on Sunday, August 28th. Doors open at 8:00 pm with groups leaving every 20-25 minutes until 10:00 pm. Reservations are not required.
Email us at: [email protected] or call: (902) 213-0867
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Paintball is a very safe sport. In fact it is rated 'safer' than bowling by the National Injury Information Clearinghouse (US Consumer Product Safety Commission).
Persons under the age of 18 must have a parent or legal guardian sign their Liability Form. You can bring the signed form with you on the day you play.
Crossfire adventure paintball is a fully insured facility and complies with all safety requirements: your safety is our first priority.
Staff has CPR & first aid training by
the Canadian Red Cross.
Sorry - No Players under 8 years of age, however ages 6 and 7 can use our shooting gallery. Players under 10 must use our 'low impact paintball' equipment.