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jharvey Monday, December 5th, 2005
The accuracy of this review is disputed. Please see discussion below.
Period of
Field Use:
6 months
Last There: November 19th, 2005
Paintball
Experience:
1 year
Other Fields
in the Area:
Orlando Paintball, Hypersports Paintball and Osceola Extreme Sports, Adreneline Dunes
Review: I started out on the Orlando Paintball "B" field because I liked the structures on the field but there wasn't enough woods to keep it interesting. Then I discovered the little woodsball field at the back of Hypersports it is a great little field (about two acres) but, after about six months, I have outgrown it. My son suggested Extreme Assault (now Orange County Paintball). It is on the east side of Orlando and covers 50-something acres. It has an old helicopter fuselage at the back of the property along with a castle in another part along with a bunker field also in the back. Up front where the store is a small target range to help you dial in that marker along with the obligatory airball field. The "City" is mostly fairly large plywood structures that is a big favorite, especially when combined with the three acres of woods that is right next to the City. They are awesome games. My friends and I are trying to get Tim (the owner) to do some longer scenario games maybe even get into the SPPL. The paint prices here are reasonable and you can get air cards that save you some money as well. Tim and his crew are very helpful with technical matters and he just built a new store so he is in for the long haul. To my knowledge there is no bigger woodsball field in central Florida.
Last edited on Monday, December 5th, 2005 at 11:32 am PST
 

Review Comments
g murder Monday, December 5th, 2005 | 2:47 pm PST
Old River Paintabll has about 50 to 60 acres of woodsball....they're in Oklawaha, Fl which is north of Lessburg and northwest of Mt. Dora....great field(s)

SpaceCoast PB also had a large woodsball field...almost 90 acres...but they've since closed

I went to O Cnty P-Ball and their woodsball field is decently large...not alot of bunkers and props to hide behind but I guess you gotta hide behind your gun.......I've played the hell out of HyperSports' woodsball field myself....still love HSP though
Last edited on Friday, April 21st, 2006 at 7:36 pm PST
   

chaosrulzzz Wednesday, January 18th, 2006 | 4:35 pm PST
The largest woods field in central Florida is at Space Coast Paintball in Titusville right off of I-95 just north of hwy 50. They have about 80 wooded acres of playing area, plus some other types of fields.
   

woodsballplay4u Friday, March 31st, 2006 | 7:09 pm PST
Dispute:
I went here once. Yes they brag about the big woodsfield, but they didn't use it when I was there. No one was allowed to and Very few players showed up who wanted to play in the woods. Most players were inexperienced.
   

CubanAssassin Sunday, May 14th, 2006 | 8:43 am PST
quote:
Originally posted by woodsballplay4u
I went here once. Yes they brag about the big woodsfield, but they didn't use it when I was there. No one was allowed to and Very few players showed up who wanted to play in the woods. Most players were inexperienced.
This dispute is pretty accurate I've been to this field a lot and they do have a problem finding people who wanna play woodsball. However I don't exactly think that's the fields fault. The refs are doing their job. If no one wants to play woodsball why should they force them to? If you get enough people together that wanna play in the woods they'll take you back there. In the many times I've been there they've played woodsball at least a couple times a day. As for most players being inexperienced that really depends on who happens to show up that day. Some days there are hardly any noobs.
   

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