Paintball in Chardon, Geauga County, Ohio USA

105+ ac/0.42+ km²
Paintball Fields:
Chardon is the county seat of Geauga County, Ohio, USA. It is an exurb of Cleveland and is situated about 25 mi/40 km east of it.

If you are a paintball fun, there is a field outside Cleveland, in Chardon, that will definitely thrill you!

If you choose to play an open or a pick up game, you can play on weekends and Wednesdays (check the website for the schedule) and if you prefer private games, you can play any day from dawn to dusk. Keep in mind that a deposit is required, if you choose the private game.

The huge area of 105 ac/0.42 km² contains 8 paintball fields that can host all levels! From novices to experts, everybody can enjoy this amazing area, which can accommodate groups up to 125 people. The fields are 2 Fort Fields, a Pond Field, The Hood, a Hyperball Field and a SupAir Field.

These 8 fields feature Fort Pinnacle, School Bus, Fort Louie, Bunkers, Wooden Areas, Hyperball, Air Field, Saloon and Open Fields. Inside the facility, there is a clubhouse which provides the necessary equipment, snacks, refreshments, hot and cold food and picnic tables with canopies on top. It is an awesome area that combines both fun and paintball excitement, so it is highly recommended to visit it!

How to Get to Destination

204 miles/328.3 km, 3 hours 19 minutes
Head north on N Lynn St toward W Bryan St. Take the 1st right onto W Bryan St. Take the 1st right onto W Bryan St. Take the 2nd left onto OH-15 N/US-127 N/N Main St. Turn right onto US-127 N. Turn right onto US-20 Alt E/W Jackson St. Continue to follow US-20 Alt E. Turn left onto Co Rd 24/OH-66 N/Township Rd 24. Turn right onto the Ohio Turnpike ramp. Toll road. Keep right at the fork, follow signs for Interstate 80 E/Interstate 90 E/Toledo and merge onto I-80 E/Ohio Turnpike. Partial toll road. Slight right onto I-90 E (signs for Ohio 2 E/Cleveland). Partial toll road. Take exit 170B to stay on I-90 E toward Cleveland. Keep right to stay on I-90 E, follow signs for I-271 S/Erie Pa. Take exit 200 for OH-44 toward Chardon/Painesville. Turn left onto OH-44 S. Continue onto US-6 E/N Hambden St. Continue to follow US-6 E. Turn right onto OH-608 S/Old State Rd/N State Ave. Destination will be on the left.
BY CAR FROM Columbus
170 miles/273.6 km, 2 hours 48 minutes
Head west on E State St toward S High St. Turn right onto S High St. Turn right onto E Nationwide Blvd. Turn left onto N 4th St. Take the Interstate 670 E ramp to Airport. Merge onto I-670 E. Take the exit toward Cleveland. Merge onto I-71 N. Take exit 220 to merge onto I-271 N toward Erie Pa. Keep left to stay on I-271 N. Take exit 34 to merge onto US-322 E/Mayfield Rd. Turn left onto OH-608 N/Old State Rd/N State Ave. Destination will be on the right.
Cleveland Hopkins International Airport,
51.9 miles/83.5 km

Amtrak serves the entire US. So if you wish to travel by train, you can take it from anywhere in the US and abort in Cleveland, OH (CLE) station. From there you can either take a bus or rent a car.


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