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majorpaintII Friday, August 13th, 2004
Period of
Field Use:
2 years
Last There: N/A
More than 5 years
Other Fields
in the Area:
Almost anything would be better than this field.
Review: Rating: 2 /10
I have been to this field several times and only once has it been fun. That's why I gave it a generous rating of 2 instead of 1.

Pro: The main field is gigantic and has tons of shade. Once we had a awsome game with over 120 people playing and and the field was big enough to support far more.

Cons: Sadly, the staff take nearly 45 minutes to organize a single game, and the last time I went there was a 2 hour wait in line to start playing.

You should bring YOUR OWN food and equipment if you go to this field.

They force you to use only their paintballs.
(Not cool at all. Even more so when it cost $85 for their standard balls)

NEVER!!! NEVER!!! Never before has anyone ever tried to sell me what their staff called "used paintballs." What is "used paintballs" you might be wondering!? The balls turned out to be the paintballs they were picking off the ground. The guy working the stand must have thought I didn't know better when he told me. There is no excuse for that.


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