Predator Paintball Park almost never closes for inclement weather. If a thunderstorm with lightening occurs, we will stop play while it is storming, and renew play after the storm has passed. Normally a storm will cease relatively soon and we will resume play fairly quickly.
If the weather forecast calls for heavy rain/sleet/snow and the temperature is not to climb above 40 degrees for the day, we may
close for the day. More than likely we will open to see if the forecast comes true and then close if it does. Other than lightening, there is no physical reason why you wouldn't be able to play paintball; it becomes a matter of personal preference. We will make every attempt to contact our reservations if bad weather threatens to determine their intentions of playing. You may want to reschedule for another day at that time. Call ahead if you have any questions or want to see if we are open. On some very rare occasions, the weather might become bad overnight with very little warning and we might not even be able to come out and put a message on the recorder saying, "We are closed". If that happens, the weather is really