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dead_george52 Saturday, February 12th, 2005
Period of
Field Use:
2 years
Last There: N/A
3 years
Other Fields
in the Area:
Woodland Paintball Outdoor,
Friday Harbor Paintball

Niether of these was near as good as Splat Action.
Review: This was the first place i played paintball, and is definitely my favorite. For people who like scenario and woodsball, this is the best place in the Northwest. The place is 47 acres of bunkers, streams, fortified hills, and towers. A few other places can beat it's prices, but none of them have the well developed fields that splat action. They sell Core paint for $60 a case. It's not bad paint, i haven't had any break in the barrel of my gun yet. The rentals are pretty standard compared to other places ( crappy semis), and they rent out camo.

Splat action really shines when they have thier reduced price and scenario games. The last game i went to, about 200 people showed up because if you brought 4 cans of food, the admission was free

For speedballers, they have 2 meduim-sized speed ball fields which look pretty good.

Overall, splat action has the best fields of any place i've been to and i would highly recommend them.

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