Playland 707 in Petaluma hits the mark with action packed, outdoor fun

PETALUMA, California– Petaluma’s Playland 707 has been providing outdoor adventure fun for almost a decade.

“Our goal here is to create a fun adventure park for all ages,” explains Playland 707 owner Ryan Podesta, “Let the kids be kids. to be adult children. Everyone can play together.”

Playland 707 offers paintball, airsoft, laser tag, nerf and gelly ball. According to Podesta, Playland also offers each child a place to grow as a person.

“It gives the kids a lot of confidence. It gives them a lot of interpersonal skills,” says Podesta, “it gets them off the couch, gets them off video games.”

“It’s definitely training. It’s also a big mental challenge,” reveals young paintball player Charlie. “You feel older, you feel more mature about it.”

“What I love about paintball is the adrenaline,” explains paintball player Evan. “You only hear gunshots around you.”

“Don’t believe the stories told by your older brother who got shot in the leg with a paintball gun 20 years ago because it doesn’t hurt that much,” adds Podesta. “You’ll be fine.”

Podesta, a professional paintball player, opened Playland 707 to share the sport with everyone. Podesta also coaches both a youth and adult team.

“I do it for them, to watch my son play, to watch his friends play, to watch the boys who are my friends compete,” Podesta says with a smile. “Seeing them do something they love to do and then celebrating their success is really rewarding.”

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https://6abc.com/playland-707-ryan-podesta-paintball-airsoft/12520659/ Playland 707 in Petaluma hits the mark with action packed, outdoor fun

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