Bushwackers is an awesome place to paintball. Granted the old location was the coolest, Jungles, trenches, mazes, forts, it was amazing, their new location is slowly becoming wickedly awesome as well. The have 3 basic arenas.
1) Speedball - Fast Flying Paint in Closed Tight Arena - Although, not my favourite, definatly a plus to see air bags at a paintball place. We did play a few games of civil war though (No hopppers) and that was fuuun! I'd give speedball arena about 9/10
2) Bunkers - Basicaly high ground vs low ground with 20+ bunkers spread around a field. Lots of fun. 10/10
3 BushBall - Bunkers with the second half of the field added. The second half is a forest with paths cut into it and lots of foliage. Random bunkers placed around the area as well. This is where bushwackers really shines. AWESOME FIELD.
4) Staff - wickedly friendly staff. I was missing a few O-rings and the guys hooked me up for free. The owners are up there playing every weekend as well as having a highly knowledgeable support staff.
5) Fee's - CHEAP CHEAP CHEAP! 15 bucks for all your equipment and all the air you can shoot off. If you have your own equipment like me, air/grounds fee is only 10$ for the whole day. Not sure what the cost of paintballs are as you are allowed to bring your own.
OVERALL - 9.5/10 Very good field, just wish there were a few more arenas
One thing -- Bushwacker's DOES NOT allow you to bring your own paint!! Still, the paint isn't all that expensive. $140 for 2000 (Two Thousand) balls of *tournament grade* paint, isn't a bad deal at all. 2000 balls is almost garuanteed to last you all day, unless you're playing for more than 4 or 5 hours straight, and being liberal with your ammo. It's tournament grade as well, so it's much less likely to break, it'll fly straighter as it will generally have less dimples (making your shots more accurate), and it breaks well with good quality paint inside the shell, sticking well to the intended recipient.
Also, they have 2 other grades of paint available. If you're playing on a budget, like most of us folk, you can always buy one of the next steps down, which would be recreational grade, and practice grade, of course. I'm not 100% sure on the price per case (2000 balls) for these grades, but I believe it's somewhere in the neighbourhood of $90-$110 for recreational grade cases, and $60-$80 for practice grade cases. But don't quote me on those grades. I haven't played for a while, and the last case I bought was a case of pro/tournament grade paint, as an end of the season splurge.
Anyway, the main point; As I said before, you **CAN NOT** bring your own paint to Bushwackers.
You **CAN** however, bring paint back that you've bought at the field previously, and use it at your next visit.
Last edited on Saturday, March 31st, 2007 at 1:16 am PST