The fields offered at Velocity are great for any experience level or age. They have two Hyper ball courses, two Airball courses and several Woodsball courses. All of the courses are Ref'ed and there is very little down time between games. SAFETY IS ALWAYS FIRST.
Try not to fly past the entrance! Once you see a big patch of trees next to the road (the road the field is on is Dye Rd, how cool is that?) I suggest you slow your roll to 10mph and keep your eyes posted for a narrow one way gravel drive way. This field is the best in the area and it is common to find everyone arriving 30 minutes before the field even opens up. Bring your lunch, bar-b-que off your tailgate, or grab something from the grille (good eating considering the most expensive thing on the menu was 3.50).
Its $20 dollars to get in, $15 for millitary (remember to show your ID). They have both compressed air and CO2 at the field as well as gear rentals. If your shooting compressed air I suggest getting an air card. Air cards are $20 and it is a much easier way to fill up between games. With an Air card you go straight to the filling station and fill up, it eliminates the process of carrying cash, waiting in line everytime to get air tickets and then waiting in line to finally fill up.
Very friendly atmosphere. Talk to the PLAYERS out there, most of them know where to get good deals, some even sell paint out of their garages. If you practice as much as I do, or just want good deals, it is beneficial when you can find out where to find a box of QUALITY paint for $25.
The best things about this field is when it rains, it is still playable and no matter what your style is you will always find others on location just like you.
hey about the drive 10 miles an hour thing, id suggest goin to the light and turning around, because ive been there a couple times and so we pulled in at about 5 mph and some car was speeding down the road and hit us from behind (they were goin about 80 mph, or more,but started skidding about 100 feet away from us, so the prolly hit us at about 20 mph) into the barbed wire fence, as we were turning. the refs responded really quickly to the site, and informed us that accidents had happened before right there.