Sherwood forest is in practically the same place (just up the street)
I have a few things to say about Paintball Jungle. the first thing i learned there was that there is a funky surrender rule. (ouch) The Field is huge and its easy to get lost (even with the referees excellent guidence so bring a compass.)
The Staff is very competant and understanding. I got there for the last two hours so the guy at the main desk waived the camo and paint fee.(tight!) TOo all who shoot hot (over 300 fps)markers you will be caught! They chrono before EVERY game. They have a cool target range too which would be great to get used to the rental markers.
The Forts are big things which would each easily hold 50 - 70 people each. They pretty much all have towers(watch your step) from which to fire from. The rest of the field is huge so dont expect attackers to get to your base anytime soon.
1. bring a compass and a map from the front desk
2. the field IS a eucalyptus grove (with great wooden teepee bunkers) and tan, light brown, and reddish orange camo is the best thing too have other than goggles and a marker. (DARK brown, DARK green, and Dark tan is a DISADvantage)
3. time inbetween games is VERY limited (3-5 minutes max) only DRINK WATER, use portapotty(no flush toilet), refill pods and tanks, and clean off old hits and not all in the same break.
Ive played at the Jungle before the summer of 04' and Ive never got lost when I got hit and I have never heard of anyone using a compass on that field, you must have a poor sense of direction if you get that lost that easily.
Our surrender rule: You can tell someone to surrender, they can either say "okay I surrender" and walk off the field, or they can do as I do, push their barrel to the side and blast the hell out of them close range.
And if you've ever been to Sherwood, it's almost nothing like the Jungle. It's all speedball, no woodsball. But thanks for the good review.
Last edited on Thursday, July 7th, 2005 at 12:59 pm PST