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llSmithll Saturday, May 6th, 2006
Period of
Field Use:
Just once
Date There: May 6th, 2006
4 years
Other Fields
in the Area:
Smakzone, apples to oranges
to the Field:
go south through steelville about 15 or so miles, look for a yellow sign on the left
Review: Safety:
For the woodsball area, the service booth and tables are netted off very well, and the tapelines are very easy to spot. Some of the woods have a few gnarly obstacles but nothing to worry about.
Speedball: lack of netting! probably could have used a mowing

Woods: Awesome. Huts, sandbags, brush, towers, pipes, and trees are everywhere. Avoid the bridge however, it didnt look too trustworthy to run across.

Speed: definately not the strongpoint to this field, but in the ozark hills, who cares? needs netting and a trim.

10 day for all day air and 55 for a case of paint! Not bad! Paint was great too, not a single break in 1200 rounds.

Parking: was a pain in the kindneys. Needs some space in the future
Location: Coming from steelville I would have never found this place, definately needs better roadsigns from the north

Great woodsball field, it was a blast. Think about this place next time you go camping on the meremac

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