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CaliDude Saturday, October 2nd, 2004
Period of
Field Use:
6 months
Last There: N/A
Paintball
Experience:
1 year
Other Fields
in the Area:
-SC Village
-Paintball USA
-Proving Grounds
Review: I've gone to this field about 4 or 5 times and everytime is has been great
Pros:
-Refs and staff are really nice and do a good job
-Teams are made evenly
- Fields are pretty nice (2 rec ball fields and a speedball field)
-Admission price is reasonable ($20 all day $15 with patch)
-Multiple game types (Basic Elimination, Foxes and Hounds, Attack and Defend, or Rentals vs Walk-Ons)
Cons:
-Only one porto potty
-Some fields may be slightly one-sided (teams that start out with the hills have the advantage)

Overall this field is awesome. The refs try to split the teams evenly or go with something different like foxes and hounds or rentals vs walk-ons. The only slight problem with this field is that the team that starts out on the hills always have the advantage and usually the game ends up with a stale-mate. Sometimes if there arent many players playing the refs will have a speedball game on the regular fields which is very fun.
 

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