1. Parking Area to Setup area CLEAN. Nice Paved Parking area.
2. Buy your own paint $30, or $50 including rental
3. Inside Setup area CLEAN. Tables, some with tents and each comes with a storage area that you can bring your own lock to store stuff when you are away on a game.
4. COLD water to wash up after a game. Not cool ....COLD
5. Fields. 2 Speed Ball Nice setup, Hyper pipe not done yet (looking good), Cowboy town nice setup (i think still needs work), WW1 field AWESOME, WW2 field big field for some bigger teams. Forrest field didnt play at all in it but always nice to have that option. Looked like they are working on 2 more fields when i was there.
1. On some fields, the dusted fields had small rocks etc. which were annoying
2. BAD REFS, Only a few were good most were LITTLE KIDS with no common sense
like all other paintball fields trys to end game faster to get out of heat. If you are a
recreational player or first time players better reserve your field, they will set up
games where you are constantly on loosing team and favor regulars there on calls.
3. NO Management, Once they get hectic good luck on geting games, slacker refs = kids
Good Field Setup up, very nice for scenario players and good air ball fields. Very clean setup. As for people there, if you go there when its crowded good luck on geting clean Refs. 1/3 of them will slack off on calls and lean toward regulars. 1/3 are kids who are more concern with what marker is that?!!! Sadly the last 1/3 are the ones that try.
Last edited on Tuesday, June 22nd, 2004 at 3:27 pm PST