The closest is JAW paintball field, there were three kids running around. Blister Park in Ohio the lady that runs is nice, Three Rivers in Cranberry, very nice people, Intense indoor never been there but heard their very nice, Crazy Dave's lots of touney players, 3 D's in Ohio, Big fields, nice guy, Shooter all the time but their gone now, Pinnacle woods can't spell it, lots of little one that come and go in the area.
I tell you what, I have never seen a paintball pro shop at a field location that was so stocked up. They must of had 40 different guns, all the goggles, every hopper made and Jerseys, my god they had 100 jerseys and t-shirts to choose from. The people were really cool, and the lady that worked there really knew what she was talking about. The fields and the refs were a bit heavy on the the safety but it was probably a good thing because there were at least 80 players that day and it was in totally in control of the refs. Those guys kept games going all day and I must have played 30 games that day. I wish they could played the Fort field more often but that Ultimate Air field made up for it. The Postal field and the small pipe field was definitely the funnest. The big games is when they put the fields together and every one that can play plays all at once. WOW talk about flying paint. I've been to a lot of fields from Indiana to Florida to New Hampshire and let me tell you, I've seen better than Pentagon Paintball but I have never felt so Welcome and Safe at any of them. To top off the whole experience that if I return on Sunday again this year I guess there's no field fee. I hope I got that right, be sure to check that with the owner, which by the way is really cool and very knowledgeable about paintball but doesn't make you feel stupid when you ask a question. Prices are really good too, but I don't think I'm allowed to say them here. I still can''t get over that pro shop at the field. I give them a 10 just because they deserve it , 10+++++ !!!!! It just felt good when I left.
Last edited on Wednesday, May 11th, 2005 at 4:32 pm PST