From Houston or Humble area & 1314 go to FM 1314 down 1314 there is a road Old Houston make a right and down that road it will be on the left hand side.
This field is okay compared to others I have been to. In price it is unbeatable all day air and field fee is 10 bucks. Paint is cheap as well Spank being 40 dollars among others. Not the biggest fields in the world but better than Twisted. If you have money fo to #1 pb. The staff here is very laid back with older refs and an easy going owner and crowd it is very fun. The refreshments are also very cheap cokes are 50 cents they order pizza and everything.
Twisted, Mania,Black mountain, Tanks, Adventure Village
Directions to the Field:
From 45- take 242 to Old Houston Rd. turn right, its about a quarter mile on the right side.
From 59-take 1314 or 242 to Old Houston
It's a great field....the prices are unbeatable( $10 for entry and all day air; co^2 or nitrogen) they have rental guns readily available. Paint is less expensive then any other field i've played at....and also B.Y.O.P is no extra charge. The refs are great and very accomodating to whatever you would like to play and they keep the games moving...unlike other local fields. There is a nice rest area with ample tables and is partially covered( the earlier you get there the better spot you get) Their fields consist of a large tires field, palletes, cars/boat, woods, and the fort is partially completed( they're working on a second story; its great for big games) and they're also working on another tires field...and sometimes they setup the airball. It's a great family field, the owner and staff are awesome, and the prices are ridiculously low...
Twisted Texas ( More elaborate fields, less friendly environment)
I First started playing at Battlegrounds about 3 or 4 months ago after having gone to Twisted Texas for some time. At first I noticed the field layout wasn't as extensive, but it made up for it in many ways. First off, the field fee of $10 dollars (which includes all day air), and the fact you can byop (even though the paint prices are more than reasonable) for no additional charge made playing more often a little lighter on the wallet. The refs are very open to what the players want to do, rather than just picking a field of their liking, and massing everyone into one big game there, you can get groups who want to challenge each other, grab a ref, tell them what you want to play and where, and they are more than happy to facilitate. Not to say big games don't happen ( they do quite often) its just that the walk on players aren't all forced into one big group for the day. Fields include tires, two pallet fields, cars/boats, fort, one woods-ball, with another woods-ball to come eventually. If you are looking for a new place to play, or just want to try something new I definitely recommend you go out and play one weekend. (Sunday is generally the better day to play)