Splat! Paintball Field, LLC

Paintball, MN, Minnesota, Paintball gun, Paintball Marker, paintballs, rental paintball,


New Player

  1. I have never played paintball before, does it hurt when you get hit?

    It can. If you get hit in an unprotected area you can feel a sting that goes away in a few minutes, welts or bruises can last upto a few days, HOWEVER most the time you get hit in the head gear, chest guard, or armored gloves where you feel very little or nothing. That is why here at Splat! Paintball Field we provide the best safety gear available!

  2. What do I wear to play paintball?

    The best thing to wear is camo. Long sleeved shirt and long pants. Thick material if you fear being hit, thin if you don't. Athletic cup is strongly advised.

  3. Is paintball a safe sport?

    Statistically, paintball is at the bottom of most all sports for reported injuries per 1000. Believe it or not Paintball is safer than football, volleyball, baseball, soccer and bowling. Fishing ranks up towards the top of the list As long as you follow safety procedures and keep your mask down at all times on the field, your chances of an injury from paintball is very small not counting a bruise or welt of course.

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At This field

  1. What does 'open field' mean?

    Open field Sundays is where anyone can drop in with however since the pandemic hit we no longer have open field Sundays. You can still reserve your party on Sundays and we have two slots either 9:00 am to 1:00 pm or 1:00 pm to 5 pm.

  2. I have my own gear, what does it cost to play on open field Sundays?

    We no longer have open field Sundays since the pandemic hit. We do not allow any walk on gear or paint. This is a policy change because the ones bringing their own gear repeatedly broke the rules of sharing balls with rentals. It is expensive to operate a field and purchasing balls from field costs a bit more than bringing your own, but supports the field that reinvests into the field to make it better for all players.The hidden costs behind running a field never ends. Insurance, buildings, repairing equipment, new lenses and many other costs that players usually never think about. We look at it as the splat family pooling money to make it better for everyone.

  3. Do you charge by the hour to play?

    No. You purchase either a regular rental or silver package. The duration of time play in private parties is based on paintballs, however usually 3 to 4 hours makes for an exhausting pleasurable experience. For private parties (any day except Sunday) if you want to buy extra paintballs and keep playing we are somewhat flexible about this unless there are pending issues that staff has to be elsewhere. Definite cutoff time is 1/2 hour before dark except on Sundays as per (close at 5:00 pm) conditional permit set by the county.

  4. Do you offer air, nitrogen, propane etc.?

    No, sorry at the present time we only offer CO2 refill service

  5. How do I set up a private party? How many people do I have to bring?

    Very easy to set up a private party. Online go to "reservation form" fill out form and after your group request is approved then pay the deposit. You will be required to put down a $50.00 deposit to hold your time slot. This deposit will either be refunded to you when you show. Your deposit is lost if you do not show up to play as scheduled. We retain the right to withhold deposit for any reason including damage to equipment. Refund or rescheduled if the weather is very bad. We will take groups as small as 6 and as large as 50. Try to schedule your party well in advance. We will make a strong effort on short notices however it depends on staff availability.

  6. Do you do gun repair?

     Yes and No. We would only work on Tippmann markers. Generally this service is seldom used. Over the years we have learned a lot about Tippmann markers and can trouble shoot problems and repair.  So if you have troubles with your Tippmann marker you can always give us a call and we will do our best to advise you on the problem, or if you just want us to fix it we can.

  7. Can I bring my own paintballs to use with rental equipment?

    No. Rentals have to use field paint only. The problem is that paintballs that are brought in can be old and jam the markers or even break the valve causing leaks and is expensive to repair. Also paintballs with certain fills like tournament grade and white paint can stain the rental gear and field and are harder to keep clean. Also leads to a loss of revenue to the field as rentals include free co2 refills. Support the field by buying field paint after all Splat! Paintball Field, LLC works hard to keep the prices down for everyone! All players are required to use rentals and purchase field paintballs. No walk in gear and paint is allowed at anytime.

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