12,000 Square Foot Paintball Park in Gloucester Co. Nearly Complete
If you're a lover of the game of paintball, a new facility being built in Gloucester County could become your Disney World equivalent.
Building and operating a paintball complex has been a lifelong dream of Paul Cuccinello's, according to Courier Post. And, boy, did he dream BIG.
Pinnacle Park, who's construction is just about complete in Franklin Twp., is a 12,000 square foot paintball castle, literally. Pinnacle is SHAPED like a castle.
Cuccinello already has the 12-acre Playground Paintball in Mantua, which offered little room for expansion for turning his paintball mecca-dreams into a reality. So, he sought out a blank canvas, telling Courier Post, 'I've always wanted to own this big, grand field. I have the other property, but started to outgrow it within two to three years.' Paul found that space at Delsea Dr. and Marshall Mill Rd., just off Route 55.
Paul feels once Pinnacle Paintball Park is complete, it will be one of the finest in the country. In addition to the focal-point castle, the 50-acre-park will be home to dozens of forts, a pro shop, and 15 different gaming fields.
While the paint is going on and the finishing touches are being put in place Cuccinello has not yet set an opening date for Pinnacle as he monitors the spread of coronavirus in the Garden State.
Once it does open, 31-year-old Cuccinello tells Courier Post players of all ages and levels of experience will be welcome.
SOURCES: Courier Post; The Daily Journal
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