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Bsudy Sunday, February 27th, 2005
Period of
Field Use:
Just once
Date There: N/A
Paintball
Experience:
3 years
Other Fields
in the Area:
None, I was visiting Michigan from Seattle.
Review: I'm from the Seattle area. I was visiting my parents in Mt. Clemens and was happy to find such a close place to play. Lone Wolf Paintball turned out to be a great place to spend the weekend. I've been meaning to write this review since I was there in October '04. The fact that I'm still thinking about the place reflects how much I liked it. I prefer "woods" type of fields over plain old speedball fields. Lone Wolf delivered. Their fields have a lot of character and give you a lot of opportunities to sneak around. The staff did an outstanding job of keeping the games coming one after the other. The teams were kept very fair. All of this goodness comes at a price. It was the most I had ever payed to play paintball. My only other concern was the amount of profanity. One of the refs (the tall guy) sat everyone down once and told the players to watch their mouths. He was preaching to the wrong crowd. The staff and manager are the worst offenders. The Purple Guy
 

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