Temple Airsoft
1163 Berger Rd
Temple, TX 76501

About Our Hosts

A War of Our Own is being produced with the cooperation of Temple Tactical Airsoft. This site, normally used for recreational wargaming, will be transformed into a war-torn town. Temple Airsoft is a veteran owned and operated business, and their generous support has been critical to bringing this event to life.

Temple Airsoft will be donating special effects, extras and the use of real military vehicles during our event.



Temple is a short drive from most of Texas. It is 40 minutes south of Waco; one hour from Austin, TX; and 2 hours from Dallas, TX. It is on the Interstate 35 corridor.

Limited car-pooling will be available the day before the event and the day of the event from Austin. But players are highly encouraged to make travel arrangements ahead of time.

Temple itself is covered by Uber and other ride-sharing services.


Temple has an Amtrak station, and has daily service from Austin to Temple departing 9:30am and arriving 11:30am, on the Texas Eagle 22 train; and from Fort Worth and Dallas, TX each afternoon on the Texas Eagle 21. Tickets cost only $14.

Click here to view the Amtrak schedule.

Air Travel

Temple is served by the Waco Regional Airport (ACT). But trains and car-pooling make it easy to fly into Austin or the Dallas/Fort Worth area. From any of these locations, travel by train or car will be required to reach Temple.


Temple has a variety of hotels and motels at reasonable prices. Even from the other side of town, travel time to Temple Airsoft is less than 20 minutes. However, Temple is an easy day-trip from most of Central Texas, and players staying in Austin or Waco should be able to play and return the same day without issue.

Other Sights and Attractions

If you are planning the city of Temple the day before or after the event, there are some interesting attractions in the area. Temple is a mid-sized city with various attractions, featuring a railroad museum and a museum dedicated to the history of the Czech immigration to Texas in the 19th century, with an attached cafe dedicated to Czech-American cuisine.

Other attractions include skydiving centers, several wildlife parks and a historical downtown and residential district featuring classic Texas prairie architecture.

Click here to learn more about the city of Temple’s attractions.