Cousins paintball @ Coram right next door. There days are numbered if they don't improve. You will need a SUV just to get to the parking lot.
I just played there last weekend Oct 3rd for the very first time. WOW!!!
The only other field I played at was Cousins and there is no comparison. This by far is a well manage and well thought out fields. It was worth the 1 hour drive from the city.
The first thing you see is the nice paved parking lot.
I had a group of 10 playing that day and was greeted at the gate by the owner Rob.
Rob is a cool guy and a good business man, he seems the type to do whatever it takes to make High Velocity a top paintball course.
The price was reasonable for top notch fields like the WWII field and the western town.
The smaller fields like the junkyard was nice too. The other field was a woodland field which was good too.
I never had a chance to try the WW trench field since it was flooded, but will be back in a few weeks to try that.
The staff was on the ball, top notch and did a lot of paint check. They called a lot of cheater out, but some still got away.
$100 for 2000 blaze paintball is the same price as Cousins, so no difference there. The gas refill are exact and not like the place next door that try to rip you off.
The lunch table was nicely set-up under tents with a storage chest for your stuff on each end. Just bring yourself a lock or buy one for $5.
They are going to make it into one large world war field by Nov for a large scenario game for 200+ players.
Thanks Rob and High Velocity staff for a great time.