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TouchTone Friday, May 20th, 2005
Period of
Field Use:
Just once
Date There: N/A
Paintball
Experience:
3 years
Other Fields
in the Area:
Newcastle Outback Paintball
Bunker's Hideaway Paintball
Camp A and D
Quest Paintball Games Paintball
Review: Screaming Eagle seems to be relatively new. Its located in the middle of the woods not to far away from a smaller town called Haliburton. When I first played here the field was quite dry and it was a really nice day.

Getting to the field itself required us to park are cars at a parking lot when you enter the field and hick up a dirt road for 5-10mins I would guess. Wasnít that bad but we were told to park.

First thing is the rentals. I ended up not having my gun because I wasnít expecting to play over my trip to a friendís cottage. We basically got what I would say normal rental stuff, spyders I think and masks. The masks were not really that great but they never are but I didnít have any problems with fog anyways. Also you get free camo pants and jackets for the day which is awesome because not enough places do that anymore.

The paint was a little expensive $40 for 500 but it was good quality draxxus paint.

Now the field itself is probably ever woods ball players dream. The area is HUGE and itís covered in tons and tons of different terrains all of which is covered in different size trees, bushís and other green things. When I say its in the woods I mean its IN THE WOODS. They do have a pretty large fort with towers that have multiple levels. Also there is some man made cover like bunkers made of tires and sand bags and the odd trench.

Now there is one thing that bugged me about the place. There were no refs on the field with us. The only person their was a man (who im guessing is the owner) and he was in the main building in the middle of their field doing paint and air if people needed it. Just seems like if they ever needed someone to make a call or something no one would be their to do it.

All in this entire field is awesome if you love woods ball. There was no speedball course but who wants that when youíve got a huge forest to yourself!

Cheers
 

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