The Edge Paintball- Great field, just without the atmosphere of Kansas Paintball Ranch. Since Arkansas City is a small place, all the players are like a family. You know everyone. You don't have this at the Edge.
Kansas Paintball Ranch, while only consisting of two fields, is awesome. It has a 10 man size hyperball field that's perfectly spread out. It has an OUTSTANDING snake, and stand ups located in the back, middle and front, which offer great positions and opportunities to control the field for both sides. The field is almost a complete mirror of itself from side to side, which gives each team an even playing field. It may only be one field, but it's so versatile that it might as well be many. From One on One to twenty on twenty, this field allows for tons of fun.
Next is the woodsball field. It used to be absolutely awesome, but a few years ago we underwent an ice storm which caused many downed trees and limbs, and also resulted in the huge house in the center of the field to cave in. It's still usable on the lower floors, but the top floor is too dangerous to use, so if your found in it, you'll most likely be kicked out for the day. It's huge, and it has plenty of cover. From your normal trees and brush, to tires, to cars to use for cover, it's a great field if your into woodsball. Unfortunately, I'm more of a speedball kind of guy, so I've only used it three times, but it's nice.
There's also a large area available to put in a new field, which Greg, the field owner, hasn't gotten to yet. Word is that he's looking at Sup Air fields.
The fields owner, Greg, is a great guy. He tries to keep the field in good shape, ie: keeping the grass down and the bunkers in good shape, but since he's in the Army Reserves, he can't always do this. And when he can't, he asks someone else to, and pays them for their hard work. He doesn't have official refs, but when he needs them he calls local players who don't have the money to play that day or takes volunteers, but he only lets the people who he finds capable of doing the job right do this, which is a lot more respectable then just finding some average joe paintballer that has no idea what to do and throwing him out on the field with a whistle. Greg's a great guy to deal with, and he's always willing to help you out if you're having marker troubles. The guy knows his stuff.
The place has reasonable, and sometimes great prices. When he doesn't allow BYOP, which he sometimes does, the paint is a reasonable $65 per case. Air fills can be anywhere from $3-$5, depending on what sort of mood he's in at the time, which is usually a good one. If your gun breaks and you can't afford a part, he'll let you borrow the part for the day, as long as he trusts you to give it back. He also carries cold drinks for dirt cheap to keep your thirst quenched during the day.
A great place to play paintball. I highly suggest giving this place a try, it's thoroughly awesome. I'm giving it a nine out of ten because not everything's perfect, and because there's no Sup Air field... yet. ;)