none as good...
both too expensive
Being from Florida on vacation to Virginia, all I had to go on about how the fields were was reading about them online. Well, to start this place is tough to find. There is an orange slow sign you have to keep an eye out for. Once you find the place you wil be pleasantly surprised. The place where they operate is their house. It is family run so they are very nice. Trey will be more than happy to help and his mom is friendly. If you need a drink, just leave 50 cents on the counter and get something out of the fridge. It is only a $5 field fee with all day air...nice. Zap primer paint is $15 a bag of 500 and $45 a case. Visit savagepaint.com to find out more about pricing.
This field is really nice. They have a sup air ball field and woods field.They have a ton of different kinds of games to play. Visit the site for info on different games. The first game we played was attack the shack. I don't want to be a glory hog, but here's how it went. It was a three on three. My 2 teammates put up a strong fight in the middle. One of my teammates had 2 shooting locations to create the illusion all 3 of us were in the center. But actually I was in full camouflage and was sneaking up the left flank. I had circled up behind the base. I had clear shots at all 3 opponents. I picked off the one to the left. I walked right by him while I was flanking. He told his teammates he was shot from the right (My left). They were trying to find me but were distracted by my decoys. While they were distracted again I moved closer to the middle so they wouldn't know where I was. I shot them both in the back the second they were distracted. "Hey man nice move" one said. After that we played air ball. The field was nice. They had a snake a whole bunch of other air bunkers. It was awesome... This is a great place to play. It may sound to good to be true. I thought the same thing, but it isn't. If you're looking for a great field, friendly and helpful staff, and kick *** prices, This is the place to come.
Last edited on Wednesday, June 30th, 2004 at 6:39 pm PST