If you have ever lived in the Inland Empire for any length of time, you have probably heard of the SC Village paintball park. Well, SC Viper is their Airsoft component, which shares the 100 acre property. Open on Friday through Sunday, the park allows Airsoft players in for $28 dollars a person. SC Viper features some really great outdoor fields with a lot of rugged terrain – so be sure to equip proper footwear. Also, this park is owned by GiantSportz, the same company that owns HSP, so their field rules are the same. One nice thing about SC Viper is that, while a lot of young people frequent the location, most are genuinely interested in playing honorable Airsoft games as it is not as easy a location to drop one’s kids off for the day at like some other GiantSportz properties.
Code Red Airsoft Park
Open only on weekends, Code Red Airsoft Park is a reasonable $20 dollars per person for all-day play. The park is located in Colton, CA and also hosts tactical training and personal protection classes for those wishing to sign up. In addition, Code Red Airsoft Park has a very well laid-out set of safety and equipment rules to follow, even going so far as to outline the use of “artillery style” Airsoft armaments. Code Red also hosts a large number of events, MilSim and other, so be sure to check their website for upcoming games. Code Red Airsoft Park offers discounts to military, law enforcement, security, and first responder personnel. A final note, Code Red Airsoft has hosted a number of “zombie apocalypse” night Airsoft games, which look to bring some interesting challenges to long-time players of the game.
Tac City Airsoft
With locations in Fullerton and El Monte, these indoor locations offer cool things like CQB classes which teach tactics on room clearing, etc, as well as a very different and intimate way to play Airsoft. Tac City requires that all guns shoot at 350 fps or less (50 fps less than most outdoor facilities), so be sure to bring an appropriate Airsoft gun. Being that it is indoors, Tac City Airsoft makes for a great spot to bring a private party – whether a birthday party or a corporate trust-building group. Another bonus for both facilities is that they are open all week long, albeit only in the evenings on weekdays. Weekend sees the locations open from 1pm to 11pm and admission is $20 dollars a person. Such are the benefits of being able to control things like lighting and climate control. If the indoor Airsoft arena is for you – you may consider checking out their membership options.
Unfortunately, the two Tac City Airsoft locations are pretty much the only indoor Airsoft arenas in Los Angeles or Orange counties.
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