Make Your Own Paintball Field

So you want to hold your own mini paintball tournament, but where do you start?  There are several things you can do to create your own paintball field.  In this article we will be discussing and providing an overview of some of the simple steps you will need to take to make and open your own paintball field!

  1. Find a Place – This is obvious, but you really do have to find a big enough location that fits all of your basic needs.  Your field can be a huge open field, a long and narrow patch of land or whatever you want it to be.  There are no guidelines, just that it is a field you would like to play on.  Just be careful – don’t just go out and find a random location and “dub” it as your paintball field.  If it will be on your own field1property, then great!  But make sure you are not stomping on somebody else’s private property.
  2. Make Some Bunkers – A paintball field isn’t a paintball field without plenty of bunkers to play with.  You can literally use anything you find around the house to use as bunkers: trash cans, outdoor lawn furniture, moving boxes, and even mattresses.  Anything you find around the house can be created into a bunker and snake.
  3. Get Your Paintball Gear Ready – If you do not already have one, you need some basic paintball gear.  This includes a paintball gun, paintballs, protective gear, a CO2 tank (if necessary) and anything else you might think of!  If you would like to purchase some paintball items, be sure to visit our website at for all the best and lowest prices in the paintball industry!
  4. Invite Friends – Now that you have your paintball field all set up, you have all the necessary gear and items, invite some friends over to have some fun!  Play on teams and you can even start your very own tournament right in your back yard (or on the field you decided on).  Whatever you do, just simply have fun!

How about you?  Have you ever set up your own paintball field or hosted your very own tournament?  If so, share your stories and tips for starting your own paintball field.  We would love to hear from you!

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