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Renegadephoenix Monday, April 5th, 2004
Period of
Field Use:
More than 5 years
Last There: N/A
More than 5 years
Other Fields
in the Area:
Quite a few fields in PA, MD, WV, Ohio, and more out west.
Review: I have been playing Paintball for over Ten years now, and I have not found a field that compairs to Riverside. The field has such a diverse landscape of flats, hills, creeks, a soon to be pond, and is heavily wooded and shrubbed. There is such a wide variety of natural and man made structures and obsticles ranging from a four story fort to trenches, bunkers, brush piles, log piles, covered bridges, a waterfall, rope ladders, thick hedge rows, and open flats. The prices are some of the best i've seen, one big plus of the field is free CO2 all day long, but it's field paint only. the field owner, and reffs are also top notch when it comes to being safe. At Riverside, Safety is at the top of the list, and they make that point very apparent in their safety briefing. Every experiance i've had playing at Riverside has been unmatched, and i will continue to play there. I highly recommend the field if your looking to have a great day of paintball.

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