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jokernights Wednesday, September 15th, 2004
Period of
Field Use:
3 months
Last There: N/A
2 years
Other Fields
in the Area:
paintball arena which is not a really good field but i go there in the winter time due to the fact it is an indoor field
swan creek unfortunately they are closed down now but were a blast when i went there
Review: This will be my 3rd time at this field and i love it. it is about 45 min to an hour drive but is completly worth it it is 11 acres of woods with a river that is part of the playing field. Also the games that are played are a blast like the watermelon game and find the dummy the owners jan and his family are very nice people and know what they are talking about and keep the games short and fun so you get a lot of games for 4 hours the prices are not that bad either ball are a little pricey but they are at any field due to the fact thats where they make there money this is an awesome place to play and i would recommend it to anyone that enjoys paintball. Jan is also very good at responding to emails and i do send him a lot of emails and he is very good at that i can't wait to go back i reserved the field for sept 26 and can't wait fun fun fun

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