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Rfeely Tuesday, December 21st, 2004
Period of
Field Use:
Less than a month
Last There: N/A
Paintball
Experience:
More than 5 years
Other Fields
in the Area:
Skirmish
Paintball Depot
Review: Destination Earth

Visited on 12-19-2004

Played at this field for the first time on Sunday. They have been doing a lot of updating to the fields lately. Including an overhang in the staging area new netting.

At this time they have 3 fields but they are working on a 4th.

Speed-ball Field - Nice field would be a little small for 10 people but hey that's the whole
idea of speed ball isn't it.

Woods field - Nice large field with a small fort in the middle (they are thinking about
adding a second. Real nice field for larger groups. A lot of places for
cover. Nice large trees and bunkers some a little smaller than you
realize when you get behind them. The fort is nice and has some spaces
that you can get hit in from far away so it gives everybody a fair shot.
Just a good all around field.

Capture the hill - I didn't get to play on this on but we did get a pretty good look at it.
another nice large field. Again I didn't play it so I can't make to many
Judgments.

Woods/capture the flag - This is the one that they are going to be building. After talking
with them for a little while they are planning on using the
larger drainage pipes and things along those lines. It should
be a very nice addition for them and a blessing for the future.

All in all we had a very good time at this field. Mario is great and very helpful. My son was having trouble with his marker due to the cold weather and he helped him out letting him barrow a rental. Rentals are Tippman 98 customs which seemed to be very accurate at the time. ( just ask my son, and my legs )

Paint is $80 a case of 2000 or $20 a bag of 500
Not sure what the entry fee was but it's anything compared to some of the other fields.

One thing I would like to see is them start expanding into maybe some tournaments so I don't have to travel an hour for the closest field.

Also at this time you need to call and make a reservation but you only need to call about 1 hour in advance or so. A major plus is that they will open the field even if you only bring 2 people!! Which is great for teams just wanting to get some practice in or work on teamwork in general.

Again Mario was great. He has a lot of ideas for the fields. It was my sons first time playing on an actual field and he gave him a lot of pointers/suggestions. Mario was very patient with him being new even paused the game when he ate a paintball. ( yes it was me but he will breathing through his mouth from now on)

So in ending I would recommend this field to anybody. It is great for everybody from veteran players to newbies. Great for teams to get some work in or new teams to practice. Field is very easy to get to right in the middle of the Poconos and just into Pennsylvania over the New Jersey border.

I give it an 8 out of 10 but will be going up with the future field.

Any questions feel free to contact me.

At this time I am not associated with this field.
 

Review Comments
Crossfire426 Friday, January 4th, 2008 | 9:32 pm PST
wow very well said =)

thorough and unbiased.
   

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