Houston Paintball Parks | Fields

Western Town

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Houston Paintball Park | Western Town. Authentic 1890’s western town is an example of urban paintball Houston played indoor and outdoor in a speedball map setting. Western town is the newest of paintball fields which includes 7 buildings – Houston urban paintball at it’s finest.

Castle

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Houston Paintball Park | Castle. FOUR CASTLES OF 6000 sqft makes this map one of the largest at the paintball sports park. Entire castle system consist of various 3 stories wooden structures with soaring towers, connecting catwalk, spiral staircases and multiple corridors. Castle system consists of 4 castles, the largest paintball Houston Castle. Castle number one is a wooden castle of 3000 sift on a concrete slab, three levels which includes winding stairs and connecting catwalks to castle number two. Castle number two also a wooden castle and concrete foundation, dual level and various entry ways make this wing of the castle most challenging to defend.

Khe Sanh Hill

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Houston Paintball Park | Khe Sanh Hill. The battle of Khe Sanh was a major battle early in the Viatiem War. Khe Sang Hill was an observation fire base with the main base on an elevated terrain with the hill at the paintball park is surrounded by natural creeks and valleys - true Texas paintball at its finest!

Normandy

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Houston Paintball Park | Normandy. Defenders of the French house have a strategic advantage on this paintball field with elevated two story building with catwalks along the East, West and South side on the second level created for an ideal paintball bunker. The year is 1944 and Normandy is the turning point of WWII. Storm the beaches at this paintball park through sand dunes, anti-tank barricades, and opponent territory; charge over wooden bridges to over-throw a 2-story French house. Primary objective for attacker is to control the bridges and overthrow the house. Paintball defenders of Normandy have multiple strategic positions along the paintball map to defend it territory.

Vietnam Village

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Houston Paintball Park | Vietnam Village. Paintball Fields features Hanoi style huts, bunkers, in a vast natural woodlands setting. We have set an ambitious goal for creating its woodlands setting, the paintball village consist of multiple huts, forest, and a patchwork of dense bamboo for great paintball places.

Box Car Train

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Houston Paintball Park | Box Car Train. Box Car Train was originally located on the Northwest paintball park end of the property that pre-dates 1984. Boxcar Train is equipped with double doors and original steel boxcar train windows that makes for convenient paintball battles. Boxcar train paintball map was played over many years at the paintball park. However, over the years we have not allowed players to go inside the paintball train.