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12771 US HIGHWAY 301 N  TAMPA, FLORIDA 33592      PHONE: 813-ORBITAL (672-4825)


MONDAY TO FRIDAY: 9am-5pm (Open with reservation only)    

SATURDAY & SUNDAY: 9am-5pm (Walk-On Groups)

(Rain or Shine)

No Rain Checks for Rainy Days!


Anyone dropping their kids off at Orbital Paintball MUST be here to pick them up before closing time at 5:00pm.. Thank you! 



(Only exception is on Holidays we may be closed on- check our website!)

No Reservation, No Problem! Anyone 10 years old and up can come out to play on our WALK-ON GROUP. Just show up, pay and play with our other Walk-On Group! Our Walk-On Group consists of everyone showing up at Orbital Paintball without a reservation for a Private Group.



Call us for availability and/or reservations for a PRIVATE GROUP with 2 or more days advance notice please. You can make a reservation for a private group with 10 or more players. You MUST also show up with the required 10 or more players to retain the reservation.


We do need a Safety Waiver filled out for every player, and anyone under 18 years of age needs it signed by their parent/guardian. You can go to our FORMS PAGE or Bottom of the FRONT PAGE of our website to print our Safety Waiver Form so you can fill out to bring with you so you don't have to do it when you get there. 




Please contact us at 813-ORBITAL (672-4825) with at least a 2 days notice to make your reservations for private groups and parties.

Weekdays: 10 or more people in a group (Can open anytime between 9am-5pm)

Weekends: 10 or more people in a group




Orbital Paintball allows our customers to bring their own paintballs except Any Walmart or KMart Brand Paintballs as well as IMPACT, JT, MONSTERBALL, STRYKER OR FIRST STRIKE!

We only go FIELD PAINT ONLY on our Special Events!


Orbital Paintball is an HPA Field fill only.

We no longer use CO2 at our field. 




We have customers ask why First Strike Rounds are included in our list of paint not allowed. This post has been put out by insurance companies, as well as ours, and the reason why it is not allowed at this time!

Is your Paintball Field Covered for First Strike Rounds?


To all our field owners, we are sending out an email blast but in case you miss it:

Recently an issue came up regarding First Strike Rounds. So for clarity we are issuing this statement to clarify. FSR’s are not covered in our insurance programs, and never have been. It might be in the future but not today.

Bottom line is this is not anything new, FSR hasn’t been allowed since inception in any insurance program that I have represented, the manufacturer has NOT gone thru the steps to get the definition included in the ASTM guidelines; it would cost them $75 to join. They would spend a lot of time, unpaid as members are volunteers, spend their money to have the goggles tested to ASTM standards when passed, pay to have the various netting manufacturers products tested to ASTM standards to see if it passes, get the goggle manufacturers to include them in their documentation as approved projectiles.

So issues are:
• What are the ASTM standards? The ASTM standards are used as a basis of guidelines for manufacturers, distributors, insurance companies, and attorneys.
• If they are not defined as a “paintball” per ASTM standards what are they? They are not currently defined as anything.
• Will it pass the ASTM paintball netting test? I am not aware of anyone testing this.
• Will it pass the ASTM goggle test? I am not aware of anyone testing the goggle systems. And yes all goggle manufacturers would have to be tested. Ophthalmologists, when first presented with this product info were concerned about an increased damage to eye vs a paintball since the polystyrene shell could fragment differently when it impacted. They were not happy with it and would argue against it until testing was done to show what affect would it have on an eye, how many Jules, etc.

I have seen several different types of “devices” for the scenario industry, speedball industry, and recreational industry and have been involved in providing information, my opinions, submitting to the insurance companies, getting some of them approved. I AM pro paintball, to the bone. I have owned a field, I have played the sport for 20 years, I am involved in ASTM helping to set standards and fight to protect you the player, the field owner, the insurance company, AND my business and 20 employees that rely on me to make their paychecks good. Our customers, who trust me to provide them with the best insurance company, the best coverage’s, the best loss control, and the best pricing that we can find. Sometimes we cannot include ALL the exposures for what the public would like to see.

Field owner’s get sued for things that you would not believe, someone slipped on ice in a parking lot when the snowstorm was still going on, someone lifted their mask, was warned twice, was shot in the eye before the ref could remove him. Two people talking in staging and one buddy shot his other buddy in the eye, barrel condom was not on. Father is suing a field because his son and himself were shot 6 times and feels that it was overshooting, but he wouldn’t put his gun up and leave the bunker during a big game, 1000 people playing…duh. So while the FSR players are saying that it is safe and that they want to use it, I understand their position. But it does not fit the definition of a paintball, it is made from a different material that breaks differently, it has not been tested to my knowledge to ASTM standards from anyone. Yes players have shot a mask, and they state that it is safe and just a paintball. B.S. it’s not just a paintball.

In closing, we cannot just add coverage for this product at this time. If Tiberius goes through the process to get this product under some definition, and gets the masks tested to ASTM standards with their product, and gets the mask manufacturers to approve its use with their masks, and get the different netting manufacturers to submit and have the netting tested to ASTM standards, it COULD become approved for recreational paintball fields.

Thank You!