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Trips284 Tuesday, July 19th, 2005
Period of
Field Use:
6 months
Last There: N/A
6 months
Other Fields
in the Area:
MR- No where near as clean or lighted
Cochrane Outdoor- I prefer indoor but the tire fields were fun
Review: Rampage City Indoor is easily one of the best fields in Canada. The field is clean, well lighted, and well maintained. I have never had a single problem playing at this field.
The staff will always help you out if you have a problem, and whether you are brand new to the sport or have been playing for years they let you know that you're welcome at Rampage. You can make good friends in the staff, they are easy to talk to and love paintball.
I especially love their Friday and Saturday night Young Guns. Prices drop and only players eighteen and younger are allowed to play. It's great for gaining experience and learning from others.
They also have a Vet's night and a Training night which are also great for the players who want to up their game.
All in all, I recommend Rampage City to anyone looking for a good night of paintball. You'll never be stuck playing against renters, and the renters will never be stuck playing against the pros so everyone can have a good time.

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