This Cedar Hill facility offers paintball, but also has arcade games, batting cages, go-carts, and outdoor laser tag, delivering pretty much something for everyone not in the mood for paintball. As for paintball, Ellen’s offers several party packages (Bronze, Silver, Gold and Platinum) or single players can walk on and play for $20 (plus the cost of paintballs).
Ten different themed fields are offered at this Forney facility, including Black Hawk Down, where an actual Huey helicopter is at the center of play. Official Paintball has another field called West World, which must be a nod to the popular HBO series of the same name.
The lone indoor facility on this list, Gat Splat has locations in Fort Worth, Lewisville and Rowlett. It offers air-conditioned paintball, a game which sells itself during hot summers! Gat Splat facilities are available for bachelor and birthday parties, team building activities, school events and private games.
Open since 1989, this Fort Worth emporium of fun has 10 different themed fields, including one centering around a castle and another called Sniper’s Resort. Fun on the Run also has paintball for younger players with Pee Wee Paintball and for those who don’t want to leave the facility hurting, there’s Low Impact Paintball.
Eight different themed fields await visitors to this facility south of Arlington. Among those fields are Airbase Attack, where competitors defend an aircraft and a fuel dump. Another popular choice at Mansfield Paintball is Shooter’s Alley, where a variety of targets challenge competitors at every skill and experience level.
This facility spans more than 170 acres and features creek-lined woods and winding trails. They offer regular paintball as well as low-impact and Splat Master, which is ideal for younger players and birthday parties. DFW Adventure Park also offers Airsoft, laser combat, an obstacle race, skeet shooting and zip lines!
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