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Safari Ridge Adventure Park, Kelowna

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TripAdvisor
  • Safari ridge is a must visit for our family anytime we are in the Okanagan. Every time we go we have an amazing experience and there is always something new when we visit. From the laser tag fields, t...  more »
  • I have been to safari ridge many times and am also impressed with the quality of the facility. The staff are always friendly and have always found they do whatever it takes to make our visit the best ...  more »
  • This is a unique all outdoor facility to do paintball and laser tag and they even have archery. They provide everything you need and give plenty of instruction for us newbies. Definite recommend.  more »
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  • Such a fun place! We have hosted two parties here, a laser tag party and a paintball party. Both went really well. The owners are really kind and the staff is very helpful. Great facility. Thanks for an amazing time Safari Ridge!
  • It was terrible. Me and my friends (6 of us) were in the middle of a game and we hear yelling. A man who works there comes on the field and yells at us to hand in our gear. When we asked why it was because a little kid about 7-8 got a little bit of paint on him from a paint ball. He said that we looked at him and shot him 5 times then he said 9 then 3 and the guy who yelled at us is know yelling even more telling us to get out. They believed a little kid with the tiniest amount of paint on his shirt with no mark whatsoever rather than the people who payed almost 100$ each to have a good day and were covered in paint from each other. Then the kids mom came and started to yell at us. This was my 5 time going and I will not be going back. Thank goodness there is a new place opening next March. I will never be going back to this place ever.
  • is there any new paint ball guns that you can choose from? Are you going to get any?
  • This place is has been around forever. It's had many changes to the paintball arenas, but they all pretty good. Had a bachelor party here last weekend and the employees were on point with supplies and answering questions etc. There's also laser tag for those who fear the sting (kids/wimps). You can also get a private tent and a BBQ and make a day of it if you bring your own food.
  • I would give my visit a total 6.5/10. I went with a group of people a very big group and we brought a lot of business to this place however they had no group prises, the only reason we got a good price was because I pre paid for every single person and pre paid for the bullets as well (which was over a grand), and yet they still would charge us for small things like gloves, overalls and chest protection, the full amount not even a small discount. Almost every round at least three people would have to leave the game because their guns jammed, every single head mask we had fogged up within the first 2 minutes of playing and were extremely scratched. Most of these problems could of been avoided if the customer service was just a little bit better but they weren't. The fields are okay however they could of let us know that with a group our size we should of split up into two games. And than there were small things like they didn't even have a way to differentiate the two teams we made, luckily after some long searching one of the employees found a piece of tape that we were able to put around our arms, however since there was barely any left it wasn't enough for all of us. Also something I found extremely strange there was no referee, no one watching so that everyone was playing fair and safe. However at the end we were able to play 5 games and I had fun for 3 out of those games(the other two I had to leave because I couldn't see anything through my goggles). Than the team there told me I could apply some soap and it helped a little but however still wasn't ideal. The team at the fields were very nice and helpful but the management team is something I wasn't satisfied with . Overall biggest issues - No group prices - Every small thing had to be paid for - Equipment failure (gun, C02 tank, goggles) - Small and crowded fields except for their D-Day one Strength - They weren't busy so we were able to play on any of the three fields - Since they weren't busy we were all served quickly - Able to have private games - Able to do your own game modes -