PaintBall Paradise is at the moment the best place in regina. Its indoor course is crap but that does matter due to the fact no one uses it.
Paradise has many senarios like orange (bunker, ditches, underground tunnels and much more) this map may be small but it is a great map to play with up to 8 players another small map is town which has a church lots of tree's and a house plus many little buildings. The biggest map.... Red is a great map though i have not played it many times, its mainly trees and piles of logs. Another large map would have to be Vietnam which is basically lots of bunkers trees and piles of logs. My favorite map Tire Town is just a capture the flag senario with just lots of tires scattered all over the place. One of their best maps i'd say is castle a awsome place were there are two teams one who attacks the castle and the people who "try" and defend it.
This place is also a really good place because the tournaments they have there are really good and they have them very often.
And for their indoor course...I'd say it isn't their best work it is all dark inside and all you possibly do is shoot into the darkness and hope to hit someone or rush in andprobably trip over something you can't see. The course would be a good fun place if they heat it and atleast put a few lights in there. The field consists of a under ground tunnel "pretty cool if i say so my self" and a bunch of other cool stuff!
But all can not be good because now we go to their crappy black maxx's... They get miss treated by the people who use them there and the N2 tanks on them are poorly looked after last year alone like 10 of them were stolen and now they actually have thought to maybe keep a eye on them!
In conclusion i'd like to say this is a great place and you all should visit it but i would reccomend to bring your own guns because the guns there are not kept in the greatest condistion because the resourt next to it the people just use the guns and leave them scattered all over the courses.
Last edited on Tuesday, May 18th, 2004 at 7:09 am PST