People complain about this field, but really for what it is it really isn't that bad.
The owner, Buck:
The first time i went here to play i had read all of the reviews on this site and a hear all the stories about Buck. I went there with a bad impression in my mind before I even saw the guy. I was introduced to him by hearing him chew somebody out over safety. Buck is trying to run a business for the novice player who has never played before or has limited expiriance. He does not yell at people just because he feels like it. The only reason he would yell is because people are:
-firing in the parking lot where many aren't protected
-taking thir masks off in the middle of a game or before they get off the field
-swinging their gun around with out a barrel cover.
If somebody gets hurt because of someone else's stupiudity then it's Buck who is going to get sued. If you're dumb enough to be doing any of these things then you probably should get yelled at. if you play by the rules and don't be stupid about safety then he's actually not that bad of a person to be around.
The whole idea behind Jungle Games is to be a kind of family-friendly place. They don't allow teams or hold tournaments. They are about the honor system there. You could walk onto their field and play the whole day and no one would know that you didn't pay. If your personal gun breaks down they will give you a free rental to use.
The playing fields aren't great, but they work. I don't like speedball so I can't give you a good report of how that field is. The woods ball course can be seen through yes, but it's still kinda fun.
If you want to play with the big boys then get out of the kiddie pool and go to Orbital or play in the woods somewhere. For what Jungle Games is and has to offer it's not overall a bad place.