Upcoming Scenario Events

Beaches of Normandy
  • June
    28th, 29th, & 30th

The Beaches of Normandy Scenario Event

The Beaches of Normandy

June 28th, 29th and 30th 2024

D-Day. 1944.

A legendary battle that took place on the shores of Normandy, France. The Allies stormed the beach while the Axis attempted to hold back their assault. It was a day that would shape the rest of the World War and will never be forgotten.

Will the Allies force the Axis back or will history be re-written with the Axis crushing the Allies before they make it off the sand? Time will tell, and your allegiance will tip the scales of balance in this ferocious theater.

Will you fight for freedom with the Allies? Or will you fight against the alliance with the Axis?

Report to Boot Camp #2 on June 22nd

If you missed the Spring Scenario, you may need to shake off some rust. Our Scenario Boot Camps are the perfect time to get back into Scenario Paintball Mode. As any seasoned Paintball Player knows, there’s a huge difference between Open Play and Scenario Play. Practice Makes Perfect. Boot Camps run from 12pm to 5pm.

This is also a great time for new Scenario Players to learn about what they can expect during the Big Weekend this Summer.

It’s also a great excuse just to play some paintball. As always, entry is FREE when you bring your own marker.

The Combat Cookout Returns!

After the first full day of Scenario Play, enjoy an evening of great food, drinks and camaraderie at our Combat Cookout!

We’ll be serving delicious BBQ plates and drinks while giving away prizes, hosting activities and of course, talking all things paintball. This event is open to friends and family of Scenario Players so even if you aren’t partaking in the Scenario, feel free to come hang out!

Tickets for this event can be found when you register for the event online.

Pre-Registration Now Available!

Click the booking links below to register for your chosen team:

Scenario Event Entry Pricing


6495From May 6th to June 23rd


8495After June 23
What you get?
  • $20 Off Your Registration Fee

  • Access to the Scenario Obstacle Course

  • 3-day field admission pass

  • 3-day camping pass

  • Door prize entry card

  • Team ID card with lanyard

  • Map of the playing field

  • Rules of the event printout

  • (UNLIMITED air fills automatically included with paint purchase)

What you get?
  • $20 Off Your Registration Fee

  • Access to the Scenario Obstacle Course

  • 3-day field admission pass

  • 3-day camping pass

  • Door prize entry card

  • Team ID card with lanyard

  • Map of the playing field

  • Rules of the event printout

  • (UNLIMITED air fills automatically included with paint purchase)

Event Patch with Early Bird Special only!

*Final Patch design subject to change

Scenario Event Pricing

Paintball Case Pricing

White River Paintball is Field Paint Only

Case Of Paint - Pre-Order - Paintballs

*Case(s) of paintball will be available for pickup June 28th, 2024 at event registration. Registered Scenario Players only.

Bulk Order Of Paint

*Case(s) of paintball will be available for pickup June 28th, 2024 at event registration. Registered Scenario Players only.

Pre-Order 8 or more cases and save $5 per case! – Offer Ends After Pre-Registration

Rental Equipment

Sentry Rental

$1495per day

Sniper Upgrade

$1495per day

Rambo Upgrade

$2995per day

Chuck Norris Upgrade

$5995per day

Camouflage Jumpsuit

1095per day

Body Armor

795per day

Knee Pads

795per day

Jumpsuit/Body Armor Combo

1495per day

All equipment rentals are available on the day of the event on a first come-first serve basis

Scenario Event Prizes


$1,000worth of prizes

Scenario Event Schedule

Scenario Event Additional Info

Players must be at least 10 years old to play in open play and Scenario Paintball Events.

All players and on-field spectators must complete a waiver prior to play. Players under 18 must have a parent/guardian’s signature on their waiver. Please fill out a waiver online by clicking here.

Keep your wristband on at all times – it is proof of payment! Players without wristbands will not be allowed to play.

Players who do not follow the rules you will get an “X” on their wristband. If a player receives two X’s they will be ejected from the field, without refund.


You are eliminated when a paintball hits your body or gear and splatters on you. Marker hits, hopper hits, tank hits, etc. DO count.

When you are eliminated, put your hands in the air and yell, “HIT – I’M OUT”. Players who do not put their hands in the air after being hit WILL PROBABLY be shot again until they put their hands in the air.

After being hit, go back to your base, wipe off your hits at your base, tag your base and then you’re back in the game.

Need Help? Injury?

  • If you need help at anytime yell, “REFEREE – HELP”, and a referee will be over to assist you.
  • If you see another players that is injured or without goggles yell, “GAME OVER”, and notify the referee.
  • If you hear “GAME OVER”, stop firing and keep your goggles on.

Below is a list of the command staff for the event. The command staff’s job is to lead each team into battle and coordinate all missions. Their contact information is listed below.

NOTE: Please do not contact the command staff with questions regarding registration, pricing, schedule, directions, etc. Those types of questions should be directed through the contact form here

White River Paintball’s Scenario Facebook Page



  • Commander: Harry Hibler with “Rage in Paint”
  • XO: Craig “Kempzilla” Kemper with Infinite Death


  • Commander: Paul Tanner aka “PREACHER”
  • XO – TBA
All homemade or manufactured grenade launchers, rocket launchers, grenades, mortars, paintball tanks, etc. must be approved by the scenario master prior to play. Our scenario master is best reached through our contact form here.

There will be an event photographer at each of our scenario events. Photographs can be viewed, after the event, on our Facebook page.

Inside the pro-shop you will find concessions, paintball gear sales and restrooms.

Don’t know what to wear? We have camouflage jumpsuits, body armor and knee pads available to rent in the pro-shop.

Lockers can be found by the pro-shop. Use your own lock or buy one in the pro-shop.

White River Paintball offers a 20 acre camping area during our Scenario Paintball Events. Players are welcome to camp on Friday and Saturday night during our Scenario Paintball Events (please see the rules section for rules on camp fires). Our pro-shop is open 24 hours-a-day during Scenario Paintball Events for the convenience of the campers. Our pro-shop has men’s and women’s flush restrooms, firewood for sale, hot and cold running water, concessions, paintball gear and more.

The camping area is monitored 24 hours-a-day by our staff members, however we do recommend that you take proper security precautions with your personal items. Campers under 18 years old must be accompanied by an adult (at least 18 years old) to camp at our facility.

Campers and RVs are welcome but we do not offer electrical, water or sewer hook-ups. The following is a list of campgrounds with full hook-ups within 15 minutes drive of our facility:

  • Mounds State Park – 765-642-6627
  • Timberline Family Campground – 765-378-5909
  • Spring Valley Campgrounds – 765-354-4521
  • Glo Wood Campground – 317-485-5239

Click here, for a list of all hotel/motel accommodations near White River Paintball.

Save 10% on your room at the Comfort Inn by clicking here!

Important Info:

  • Due to environmental reasons, outside paintballs are not allowed. WE ARE FIELD PAINT ONLY. Players caught with outside paintballs will be ejected from the facility without a refund. Paintballs purchased at White River Paintball are good for up to 6 months from the date of purchase.

  • Keep your goggles on at all times on or near the playing field and keep a barrel blocking device in/on your marker at all times while off the playing field.

  • Players are allowed to shoot at each other at “point-blank” range. However, as a courtesy, please give players under 16 years old the option to surrender before firing at them at “point-blank” range. Overshooting will NOT be tolerated (especially overshooting of players under the age of 16). Short-range overshooting is grounds for immediate ejection without refund.

  • All markers must be set to semi-automatic, with a 10 balls per second cap. Response triggers must be set to a 7 balls per second cap.

  • All markers must shoot at 280 feet per second or less. We will help you adjust your marker to the proper speed, if necessary.

  • No moving bunkers! Even if they look like they can.

  • Do not get into or climb onto the helicopters, planes or vehicles.

  • Ghillie suits (any excessively large clothing that is worn with the intention to prevent balls from breaking): ghillie suits are classified as any net/cloth clothing that is intended to resemble foliage by this field (this does not include standard clothing such as camo shirts and sweatshirts). If a player wearing clothing that is deemed as a ghillie suit and/or excessive gear by the scenario master is hit by a paintball then the player is out. The paintball does not have to break when hitting the player, the player is still out.

  • No drugs. No alcohol. No fireworks.

  • Do not wear yellow clothing. (Because that’s what our referees wear!)

  • Do not argue with the referees. They are on the field to ensure everyone is safe and has a fun time.

  • If you need a paint check please tell the referee WHERE the player is that needs to be paint checked.

  • All of the playing field boundaries are marked with yellow rope. Stay inside the boundaries.
  • Keep your finger off the trigger and your marker pointed at the ground at all times while you are off the playing field.

  • Don’t blind fire – you must be able to see what you are shooting at.

  • Camp fires must be at least 100 feet away from any building on the property. Campfires must be small and must be monitored at all times. Do not leave fires unattended.
  • No dry firing in staging, camping or registration area. You may dry fire in the chronograph area.

  • All non-standard paintball devices (grenade launchers, LAW rockets, paintball tanks, etc.) must be approved by the scenario master prior to play. Our scenario master is best reached via the contact form here.
  • Keep your paintball gear in your possession at all times. You are financially responsible for all rental gear. White River Paintball is not responsible for lost or stolen items.
  • No swastikas, modified swastikas, Nazi paraphernalia, or affiliated items.

  • Cursing and foul language are prohibited.
  • Paintball is a rugged outdoor activity that requires running, jumping, crawling, hiding, and other strenuous physical activity – all while being chased or hunted by an opponent. Serious injuries such as broken bones, blindness, cuts, etc. can happen while playing paintball. White River Paintball assumes absolutely no responsibility for any personal injury for any reason including, but not limited to, negligence and faulty equipment. You are playing at your own risk.
  • All sales, reservations and registrations are subject to our reservations policy found on the FAQ page of our website.