Atomix, Hell's Survivers, Futureball, RJ Performance, Splathouse, and UPC
Pricing: Pricing is about average here. $15 for entry and all day air. Paint is $50-65 a case depending on the type. This wouldn't be bad, except for they sell old paint and do not rotate it ever. Expect dimpled balls. They have also recently allowed BYOP for an additional $15 fee.
Fields: The outdoor fields are pretty much what you would expect. Fairly large area and they change up the Sup Air fields quite regularly. The indoor fields are a different story. The floor is dirt/sand that turns into mud due to paint and them hosing down the bunkers. The lighting is poor and it is usually cold in the winter although they claim to heat it.
Staff: This is the reason I will never play at this field again. I played in their winter leagues for two years, and every team complained (except the house team). The refs were extremely rude to players, and were too lazy to actually check players most of the time. One of the seasons I played was when they were opening their Potterville field, and still had the Battle Creek field open. The level of communication to the teams was unacceptable. They told us to either check the website or call to find out which field the league was going to be played at. Throughout the season the website was not updated once, and Mark rarely answered his cell phone. The house team actually ended up winning the league after being in second to last place after 4 league dates due to maxing 3 dates because no other team knew where they were playing. They also told us when registering that trophies and prices would be given out to the top 3 teams, which never happened. One of my friends also left his pack at the field one day, and called Mark. He was told that they had it and would drop it off at the local store (Outpost). This never happened and the next time we ran into him he claimed he had no idea what we were talking about. I fell it is worth the extra half hour drive to play at another field than give my money to this kind or business.
Last edited on Saturday, September 3rd, 2005 at 10:29 am PST