Credit Card Policy ( Updated 02/01/2021 )
    Due to Credit Card Processing Rates drastic increases at the beginning of 2021, Effective February 1st, 2021, we no longer accept 'Credit Cards'. We do accept 'Debit Cards'. Your PIN is required.

New Party Group Discount ( Updated 12/01/2019 )
    We have added a New Party Discount Package! One price for a Group of Eight(8) Players! It includes guns, goggles, all day games, and paintballs. You can also add more players for a small additional fee. Our Discounts Page has full details. You can visit our Group Discounts Page by Clicking Here.

Updated Field 1 Map ( Updated 10/17/2019 )
    The staff and I spent several days updating our Field One Map. We have also added another 5400+ Sq.Ft. of play area to it!
You can see it by Clicking Here.

Temporary Membership Card ( Updated 01/22/2019 )
    If you have lost, or misplaced your Membership Card, and would like to print out a Temporary Card, you now have that option right here on our website. You will find it at Reprint Card.

Gift Certificate / Gift Card / Cash Card
    For several years we have offered our Cash Card. Our Cash Card is just like a Credit Card. It can be used to purchase anything we sell at our field/store. This is an Excellent way of giving a gift for our business. These cards are secured by funds deposited on the card in advance. Normal cost of these cards is $2.00 each, but if the initial amount put on the card is $25.00 or more, the card is FREE. These cards do not expire like a Gift Certificate, and you can Re-Fill (add money) to these cards at any time, in any amount of $5.00 or more. The card is scanned when a purchase is made, and the funds are taken out of the cards account. Our Cash Card can be purchased from our store anytime during normal business hours, all year long. This is Not a 'Seasonal' item.

W.F.P.D. Swat Team Plays Paintball ( Added 12/15/2011 )

    We got a great thrill when the Wichita Falls Police Department SWAT Team came out to run practice drills. They held some training classes and real-time training for SWAT Tactics out in our Field Two. Due to the circumstances, the day they played was a weekday, and the field was opened exclusively/privately for this group. They even got a chance to get in some good 'ol games of paintball on our speedball course. This was a great bunch of guys and gals, and they will always be welcome to come out and do more training.


Roof View

Raising Netting
    We finally got our New Safety Netting installed!! It was fully operational on March 24th, 2011. The old netting was removed a few days after that. The new netting is about 10 feet further from the picnic area. It has taken over a year to design the new system, get all the materials, and install the New System. Our New Netting now goes all the way to the ground, and is 3 feet higher than the old netting. The entire new netting raises and lowers with a single cable system which means it is a lot easier to raise than the old netting. It can be raised in less than 1 minute. Due to the high winds we have out here from time to time, the netting will remain lowered on weekdays unless we have players out. It will usually also be down before we open and after we close on weekends.
    I mentioned the 'keeping it down on weekdays' and how fast it can be raised because I had a call from a person who said they came out to play the previous sunday. When they pulled in the parking lot (just before we opened), and saw the netting down, they figured since the netting was down, we were closed, and left. WRONG. We had a total of 18 players that day. They started showing up about an hour later. It would have taken less than a minute to walk inside and ask.


Our Target Shooting Range
    I am sure most of you had seen the Target Shooting Range we had in 2008. Well, it had been up for 2 years, and was showing some wear, so as of August 23, 2010, we started construction of a new, even larger, more durable Target Shooting Range. The old one was 6 feet tall, and the new one is 14 feet tall. We put a lot more time into the design and durability. We have removed the old target range. Due to its size, the new one was built 20 feet behind the last one. Everyone is more than welcome to come out anytime and check it out. We have completed as much as we are going to do for now. Our New Target Range got a lot of use on its first breakin weekend of Sept. 4-5, 2010. I kept the "little man" because he has been part of our target range for over 8 years.
    The big guy in the middle we named "Max". He is 7 feet tall. He is the most popular of targets since he has the most paint on him at the end of each day.
    The Customers and Players who help support our field are definitely worth all the upgrades, additions, and expansions we do on a regular basis. Suggestions are always appreciated!! This little addition cost over $600 in materials and labor.

Old Sighting Area - November 1, 2015

Overhead View
    Our old Target Range Sighting Area. This area has 20 feet of shelved area to set your gun/marker on while working on or sighting your equipment. This area is also shaded for those warmer days. This area is also where we chronograph your gun/marker (test the speed for safety).

New Sighting Area - November 8, 2020

Overhead View
    October, 2020: We have expanded and added a metal roof to our Target Range Sighting Area. The new metal roof will give the best shade for those warmer days, and provide cover while its raining. The expanded, covered area, will also allow more players to get in out of the sun or rain.

    After so many years, our 'Front Porch' was showing some wear, so when I decided it was time(11/17/2016) to put down new decking, I decided to cover it at the same time. We also added a good concrete pad in front of the steps for when it gets muddy from rain. Now the players have a nice dry spot when entering the store, and I can stand on the front porch and watch the players while it is raining, snowing, or whatever Texas has to offer that day.
    The players love it because they don't have to stand in the rain any more while getting the door open, and getting everyone inside!! It also gives the players just that much more shade while traversing between the store and picnic area during those 'warm' summer days.
    We have never stopped making changes or doing upgrades. Its all the little things that newer players/customers to our field don't realize have been upgrades to our operation. We love it when past players/customers come out and compliment us on all those little improvements :)
    Update: 07/03/2020 After adding a more proper supporting system (larger poles), we added another 5 feet to the width of the roof for more shade, and less rain on the porch :) I felt it was time to have the steps match the main area of the porch, so we replaced the old concrete steps(blocks) with boards to match the rest. The main porch has gotten the 'weathered' look, now the steps will take a few years to look more similar :)