Arkenstone: I liked Arkenstone, they have lots of fields and the staff is nice.
24hour games: Had a great time up here as well. They are in Dalton but are geared to big sceanrio games that take place every few months as opposed to walk on fields.
Wildfire: I only liked Wildfire OK. They staff seemed nice but Im not a speedball fan and the location I played in only had the one indoor field. If its raining and you are itching to play, then I believe thats the only field in Atlanta thats indoor.
Nitro was recommended to me by a friend who had played there a few weeks ago. I went there for the first time yesterday and had a blast. Here is a quick overview of the field:
Hands down, the cheapest field I have played at here in Atlanta. Both the field fees and paint prices are extremely reasonable.
Along with great prices, you get great service! Mario and his family really make you feel at home and are very accommodating. You can order lunch when you get there and they will have it ready for you at lunch time. It has the atmosphere of a small family owned restaurant where you and yours go all the time and everyone knows you and chats you up.
They have several fields that should satisfy all types of Paintballers. For Speedball players, they have a typical Air ball field as well as a very nice “Spool” field set up for Speedball type games.
They also have some great Woodsball fields which include a great wooded area with stream and bridges, lots of bunkers and even a nice fort to defend/attack.
What field these days is complete without a western town? Nitro has small western town with several rows of buildings and even a gallows in the center.
Overall, I was impressed by the field and staff. Safety was important to them and thats important to me (refs will not let you take off your masks until everyone has shown them their barrel sock on the gun). I will definitely be returning to Nitro (as often as the hot Atlanta summers will allow).