I went with some friends and watched them play at other areas. i wasnt fond of the other fields set ups. I like the hornets nest the best because its a friendly enviroment and members on their factory team are so helpfula nd do their best to help you improve your skills.
Directions to the Field:
your best bet is to call Bob (thw owner) or use the directiosn on their website.
For the most part at the hornets nest safety is the most important. You forever hear refs telling people to put on their masks or their barrel plugs. And for the most part the staff is good at making sure the gusn are crono'd correctly. There are so many different fields to play in i still havent been through all of them! When it comes to the hornest nest your better off asking when their not open because they are open just about anytime you go. they have great hours and dont rush people to leave. As far as prices go their one of the cheapest in the area, with paitn at $60 and admission for the whoel week at $10 and all day air and co2 at $10 you really cant go wrong. When you go to hornets nest for the first tiem they give you a rule page to read and a medical information waiver to sign. I beleive the rules are fair and the refs do their best to make the calls they need to make. when you are there and need help fixing your guna nd brother is there considder it a fixed gun. he is always fixing guns for people and he does a great job at it, he also explains to you how to do it yourself if you run into another problem in the future. They have a huge proshop with tons of stuff. They sell performanc barrels, new and used guns, air and co2 tanks, along with countless other items and modifications for guns. I think over all the staff is great i cant say enough about what great people they are. I like the refs for the most part. They have great affordable food with a wide variety of drinks to choose from.