The owner (Kerry) can seem pretty unfriendly at times. This seems especially true when there are a lot of people and he's very busy. The first time I played there he was very nice, but there weren't many people. The other times I've went it has been very busy and he's not been friendly. That's not to say he's not willing to help if you have a problem. He's helped me modify my gun when I couldn't get the fps low enough. You can tell he's busy and people (maybe his own people) are starting to annoy him.
The positives about Frog Holler paintball are obvious for anyone that's been there before. They have decent fields even if there are mostly woodsball fields. There's usually a good turnout and their prices aren't bad. 10 dollar walk on fee. 7 dollar all day air fee. Paint prices are about the same as everyone else. They also sell food and drinks.
Now, the negatives. The Wilderness field. This field is along the arkansas river and requires you to walk quite a ways to get to it and the last time I played it, it was way overgrown. I believe they use this field when they have large groups because of the fields size.
Some of the players (not really frog hollers problem) like to get shot repeatedly and not call themselves out. The older refs are good and won't hesitate to call these people out when it's called to their attention. The younger refs are... well... younger refs. I'm sure this happens at other fields also.
There really aren't a lot of negatives and I personally really like frog holler. I go there with a friend and I think he would agree with me on all of the positives and negatives that I've mentioned. You can always count on a good turn out, and you can't say that about every field in the Wichita area. Some of the fields could use some work but other than that it's a great place to play.
UPDATE (8/1/2006) I'm updating my review because Frog Holler has added a tire course. And I must say it has quickly become my least favorite course. ALL of the tires sit upright. None of the are stacked. And it is waaay too small. We played it with about 10 people and it is just pitifully undersized. I don't like small courses and I don't like courses that don't provide proper cover. You can already imagine what happened. I got shot thru a tire. Again. And Again. I'm about a 90% woodsballer, 10% speedballer. But even still this course has major problems. The tire course at Graffiti paintball is 10 times better than this one.
Last edited on Tuesday, August 1st, 2006 at 5:33 pm PST