Cinebar farm and pumpkin patch now hosting monthly airsoft games


While the weather was overcast for most of the weekend, Cinebar remained dry Saturday, which was good news for the small group of airsoft enthusiasts who showed up at The Huntting’s Pumpkin Patch and Haunted Forest farm in Cinebar to shoot at each other.

According to Tanner Huntting, the family just started using the haunted forest area on their land to host airsoft games late last year and plan to continue doing it monthly.

A $20 entrance fee is required. Participants must supply their own airsoft guns, biodegradable BBs, eye protection, food and water. Airsoft guns allowed include automatic electric, high pressure air or spring guns. Biodegradable BBs must be between 0.2 and 0.3 grams.

General rules for the airsoft games dictate all airsoft guns must shoot at or under 400 feet per second. Participants must use the phrase “bang bang” if an opponent is within 5 yards. Additionally, smoke and airsoft frag grenades are allowed unless a burn ban is in effect.

Those 15 and under must be accompanied by an adult to participate. The Huntting’s Pumpkin Patch and Haunted Forest is located at 600 Cinebar Road in Cinebar.

For more information and to find out when the next airsoft games at Huntting’s will be, follow the farm on Facebook at or on Instagram with the handle @hunttings_farm_airsoft.