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TJSlayer Monday, March 29th, 2004
Period of
Field Use:
3 months
Last There: N/A
Paintball
Experience:
3 months
Other Fields
in the Area:
None that I know of other than Maxwell's Amusements, which is only one filed, and it is essentially a speedball setup that has a bunch of the big black tubes setup for hiding and such. Maxwell’s is also more expensive and time limited, OK if you only want to spend 30 mins or so for a quick game, but otherwise, not worth it..... (Too expensive to play for 30 mins)
Review: Paintball Paradise is great….
 
They actually have 11 fields to play on ranging in size and setup.
 
One indoor field that can also be used in the winter
Plus all of the outdoor fields that have many different themes and options available to them.
 
The castle – a field with a castle with a mote, and surrounded by trees. The castle has four corner towers and a peak in the center.
The Town - a town that has several small buildings set up that you can use for cover. Try to take over the church or the, the “school” at the far end before you get hit.
 
Both of those fields are great for odd numbered teams as the smaller team can generally defend, etc.
 
Tire Town – Never tried this one but sounded interesting, and is essentially another has many tires set up that you can use for cover and such, I believe this is also geared towards the speedball sort of idea but I could be wrong….
 
Plus traditional forest type fields with all sorts of bunkers setup and made so that you can run around, sneak attack or try to maneuver into flank positions….
 
The weather has been somewhat cold and wet but even with the snow still on the ground it was a blast.
 
They also have a full service sales and service area, that was to me one of the best things.....

I spent over an hour grilling them for information (I’m a newbie as I mentioned) but they were more than helpful in answering every question I had, and even steered me towards a few cost saving ideas that I never thought about.

They sell and service many different varieties of markers and see to have a great knowledge of the guns in general for fixing items that they don't necessarily sell. (Again I could be wrong here, but they were able to fix any of the ones I asked about, which are consider by most to be intermediate level guns)

Pricing is pretty good from what I have read elsewhere, and there is no time limit so really you are only limited to your "Ball Budget"

Field Balls must be used prices ranged depending on how may you bought, and the flat fee per person is cheap and includes insurance, equipment (if needed) and hot dogs for lunch! They even filled my CO2 for free, which they top up at the end of the day for free as well. They now also have High Pressure for those who are lucky enough to have it.

They also have parts, drinks, supplies, apparel, etc. for sale.

Great Place, Great People, Will be back soon for sure
(Everyone I talked to in my group was really pumped about it, and others I talked to also really enjoyed it)

The only downside now is the last 2 kilometers of road getting there (REALLY MUDDY), without a 4x4 you wouldn't stand a chance....
But they were more than happy to come out and pick people up and bring them in from the last part, so you could park and then get brought in. So you didn't even have to worry about spending the cash washing your car later! Took me almost $10 just to get the mud off my truck!
 

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