They closed but the store still is great for any paintballers needs :)
Directions to the Field:
On okechobee n southern
by palms west
head towards the way that is woods
not towards 441
about 3-4 miles on the right hand side is the store and field
Safety: A waver is signed by any new player and is required to be filled out every month.
No fights or ne thing like that happens around there. When shot no body will continue to shoot at you on purpose.
Fields hours of operation: open on weekdays (nobody really goes Then) open from 9 in that morning and doesn't until you leave. I think they have night ball till like midnight on the weekend.
The prices: the money isn't to bad its about 53 bucks for a case of 2000 which is cheaper to buy instead of individual bags. !5 bucks to play woods or rec ball and 20 to play x-ball. I prefer rec. i have been thinking of switching over to the darkside. lol They have got food and chips and drinks for cheap. last time i was there we had 4 pizzas delivered to there.call dominoes in wellington and tell them to deliver to hot shots.
service/proshop: there's not much in the way of gear there but they do treat you well and may order parts you need. they have elbows and tanks and hoppers. they rent out guns and supply all the necessary supplies for a fulls day worth of fun.the staff is so fun.the refs make as fair as calls as they can so there alright.
The store is fine.they have putt putt and a driving range if dad is just hanging out. or there is a large tv with games sometimes and more channels than you can imagine.
food: not much variety there's alot of ice cream soda and i believe they grill hot dogs sometimes. but like i said you can always get delivery
Recommendation: i highly recomend this place to beginner or expert paintballers. i love it ill probably be there this weekend.
Their woodsball field isn't that big, at least the one that they usually play on (Inchon). They have 2 or 3 others, one is east of it is called Iwo Jima (which I like), the one north of Inchon/Iwo Jima I don't know the name of, but it's the bushiest and most "woods-y" of them all. I'm not sure, but I also THINK there is one to the west of Inchon. I tried to make a diagram here but when I clicked submit comment it came out all screwed up so I had to edit it. I made a layout in Paint so IM or e-mail me (my screenname is "paintball o o" -add @aim.com for email without the quotes) and I can send it to you there if you want.
As for size, the fields actually aren't very big, I'd say Inchon/Iwo Jima are about 40x20, the "woods-y" field APPROX. 60x30, and the ?? unknown field 30x20 (not sure). The only other thing you need to know really is that they change the bunkers on Inchon and maybe the other fields every weekend (at least when I went) and that they are all overall good fields. I personally enjoyed Iwo Jima because it had pepsi-can bunkers that had actual Pepsi stickers on em :-) Anyway, I hope this review was helpful and I'm looking forward to seeing you at the field. Peace out
Last edited on Friday, May 5th, 2006 at 1:42 pm PST