Mansfield Paintball is Mansfield is a place where the fun doesn't stop.
Watch out! Play the paintball field at Mansfield Paintball and get ready to run.
Parking is plentiful, so visitors can feel free to bring their vehicles.
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When players take a tumble or dive at Gatsplat, they’re cushioned by the same stuff that protects NFL players from harm. Both of Gatsplat’s indoor paintball fields are padded by NFL-quality Astroturf, but these are not the only safety measures the staff puts in place. Professional referees keep watch over games, as opposed to off-duty clowns looking to score some free face paint. Players are also divided by experience level; lighter-weight 50-caliber markers are used so kids as young as six can play.
The 26,000-square-foot climate-controlled facility also has a comfortable viewing area with wide windows for non-players to keep an eye on the action. Free wireless internet access and a wide-screen television keep them occupied, and between games, players and non-players can discuss strategy or compare paint splatters as they snack at picnic tables.
One might assume that 40 acres of meadowland in Parker, Texas, carries a certain tranquility and peacefulness. That is, unless, that chunk of land has been transformed into a gigantic battleground for paintball wars. Fort Paintball has done just that, divvying up its real estate into nine fields, highlighted by 5- and 10-man Lego fields and a Big Game field. On the expansive fields, competitors duck behind oil barrels and massive spools, dodging shots and acorns launched by squirrels who want to get in on the action. Players can either strap on their own gear or utilize rental packages that include guns, rounds, and masks.
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Enjoy a paintball outing with rental gun, mask, all day air, and 100 paintballs on multiple speedball courses.
Through the haze of orange smoke bombs, a paintballer sets his sights on an opponent hiding behind a gutted helicopter before taking on others in a fort, leaving its wooden slats with freshly glistening paintball splatter. On more than 56 acres of varying terrain comprising 12 courses, players such as these negotiate the wooded ghost town of West World, the bombed-out automobiles of Black Hawk Down, or the fenced-in speedball court populated with large, inflatable obstacles. Throughout the imaginative battlefields, paintballers slink through elevated lookouts or cross streams over platform bridges and weave through forests while trying out their best tree imitations. The fields also play host to tournaments and a variety of themed games and can be booked for bachelor parties, youth-group events, and corporate team-building outings.
Cousins Paintball sprawls over 250 acres, ensuring that players will find a game that's just their style, whether they're into a scenic game of woodsball or the regulation-style play of hyperball. Peppered throughout these grassy outdoor fields are obstacles to duck behind as teams attempt to infiltrate their opponents' base to capture the flag or seize its crown jewels. The park is owned and operated by Jed and Maggie Allsup, paintball veterans in their own right, who together have more than 25 years' experience in the industry.