Extreme. Too commercial for me. Great refs, but not enough games in the day.
*Just moved 6 months ago from California- playing over 12 years regularly*
Wow, what a great experience!!! Dave and the gang at Wacky Warriors are phenominal. Having just moved from Northern California, they put on a great day of play. Refs were great. Mike, Vinnie, and the others keep a watchful eye. The several times that I have gone, there has been a mix of experience with players. From newbies, to tournament ballers, they keep the teams fair.
Brickyard has to be a favorite. From giant cement legos propped up, and equal on both sides, teams find some hard angles to hit (but worth it). The field is surrounded by netting, and is a great spectator field. Parents of newbies had opportunities to see their child play their heart out. Heck, I even had the chance to help a young kid with showing him the ropes. I even lent him my marker for a game, and get the hang of shooting with the big boys.
The hyperball field is a bit weighted on one side. Great bunkers, but placement from the "north side" is weak (at least I think it's the north side). The south side was great to play, though. If you can hit the large wheel to the right, from the break, you are sitting pretty. You can get some serious coverage over the entire field from that position. I played back for the majority of the game, and saw some huge gaps in the bunker placement.
Speedball field is my favorite there. A bit more spread out than the other fields, but worth it in my opinion. There is a tower on the "north side" (again my sense of direction isn't the best), several shacks, and lots of netted bunkers. I thought the idea of the netted bunkers were great. You had a chance to actually see the happening, and plan your next move. Great balanced field. Everyone has an opportunity to lay in paint.
Their Sup Air Field was good too. I had a chance to watch two local teams play. Disposible Heros, and Team Alliance did a great job playing honestly, and fairly. Many times there were opportunities for that wonderful 3 foot bunker shot, but each team realized a shot or two is better than seeing what a 15+ ball ramp can do. Kudos to both teams.
The parking lot is covered in loose rock, so drive slow. The upper pavillion is a great open pavillion overlooking the Sup Air Field. Picnic tables are great places to stage. They have a giant BBQ, and hopefully I can get my company to do a great paintball excursion up there some day. The lower, main pavillion is enclosed, and leads to the woods field, chrono, and hyperball field. At the main counter, Dave (the manager) is a great guy, and loves to talk paintball. They have CO2, 3k, and 4500 fills. Rentals are the ever trustworthy Tippmanns, and Nitro Duck tanks. Even snacks can be purchased, with that case of paint you might blow through in the Speedball or Sup Air Fields.
Overall, I give this place a 9.8/10.0. With the ideas Dave has on upgrading the place, there is easily room for a 10.0. Again, coming from California, it compares to APG, Valley Thunder, Paintball Sam's, WAP, Davis, Midway, etc... in the Sacramento Area. Great Refs, Great Managment presence, and Great Fields.
cool, ya, well, hyperball has either an east or west side, the west side is the on down closest to the village,and the east side is the one kind of up the hill, I prefer the east side, getting into the smaller wheel to the right off the very break, and then working my way up to just before that 3 and 1, on the west side. And on speedball, the tower, well, i wouldn't call it on either teams side, because you start either on the north or south side, and it's as far east as you can go on that course, and it's right in the middle, if you catch my drift, anyways, cool to see another guy who really likes to play up there.