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pbfreak617 Friday, February 13th, 2004
Period of
Field Use:
3 months
Last There: N/A
2 years
Other Fields
in the Area:
Camp Pendelton, Adrenaline Paintball
Review: This is a pretty sick field, especially if you play advanced. If you do, all you do is play speedball and hyperball, which are totally sick. They have Hyperball 1 which is a big probably 10 man field with a diamond and spider on the 50 with a variety of other bunkers across the field. Hyperball 2 is a totally sick field, probably the best. Small, yet awesome, especially for small guys. There is an awesome ladder from your 30 to your opponents 30, as well as a snake parallel to it on the opposite side of the field. The speedball is nice too. It sucks to play any other group though because they play woodsball almost the whole time.
The refs are totally chill, except this one chick is kind of strict and weird.....yea.
They also have a little stand that sells the best hot dogs you have ever tasted for a good price. The staging area is really big, with tons of parking, with lots of huge trees to provide shade for the surrounding tables. They pack in a ton of games also, which is a plus. This field is one of the best I've been to.

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