The Best Paintball Park in the World!
Get ready for total immersion, electronic registration, a complete Pro-Shop with all the latest gear, a snack bar, a theater for safety briefings and even… get this…indoor plumbing! Open year round in Joliet, just outside Chicago.
CPX Sports has created the ultimate experience in Paintball excitement…semi-automatic mayhem…from the games you play, to the fields you play on, like Armageddon, an apocalyptic town’s ruins of dozens of burned out buildings creating the eeriest of landscapes. Or the Jungle of Doom where the objective becomes finding a golden idol inside an ancient Aztec Temple. Then there’s The Town of Bedlam, Illinois, by far the most exhilarating playing field ever created. The two-story, million-dollar, ten-block town is complete in every detail.
Memorial Day through Labor Day:
Labor Day through Memorial Day:
|Wednesday – Friday: 10am – 5pm||Saturday – Sunday: 9am – 5pm|
|Saturday – Sunday: 9am – 6pm||Weekdays: Closed – Private Games by Appointment ONLY|
|Monday – Tuesday: Closed – Private Games by Appointment ONLY|
When you come to play at CPX Sports, before getting suited up for a day of fun, you’ll need to sign a few forms…
To start playing quicker, download our forms online and have them ready when you arrive.
CPX Sports is located at:
2903 Schweitzer Road
Joliet, IL 60436
We have prepared detailed directions for you and even a google map so you can get here easily!
Check out our fields!
On the banks of the Marshon River stand the remains of a once proud city. Destroyed by years of war, it withstood carpet-bombing, armies attacking and counter-attacking and constant looting.
The year is 1939. In the depths of a steaming jungle in Central America there is a place where men fear to go. The natives call it “Chapaza Itza” meaning the Jungle of Doom.
It is June 1876. Strategically located in the Dakota Territory on the edge of the Sioux Nation stands Fort Courage.
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