This is the first one since I moved into the area.
I enjoyed the field, with it's high upkeep, large layout, and meaningful rules. There were 5 active areas of the field, and we rotated through all of them by the end of the day. Since you have to walk little ways to get started, they run 2 games per round, 15 minutes per game with about a 5 minute break between the games (while on the field) as well. Each round everyone walks off the field for about 15 minutes to prep. They do not allow full automatic or ramping whatsoever on the field, only semi-auto. If you have an electronic marker, they must inspect the gun to ensure it is performing within these limitations. The only beef I had was with a girl that worked there, she was really arrogant - after checking out my black magic and dropping a large glob of glue on my marker, she said something to one of the other employees: 'Well if he doesn't like it he can play somewhere else...
All in all, it was a good experience and will go back to the field. It was well put together and is a good choice for novices and experts alike.
Well, I took my wife there today and , long story short - I ended up taking the advice of the arrogant girl previously mentioned and 'get a refund and go to Nfinit Edge' (old paintball sams) which is less then 5 minutes away. (you can read their review as well) I will not go here again unless it get's different owners, it is after all, a well maintained place to play IF you can stand the attitudes.
Last edited on Saturday, August 26th, 2006 at 11:08 pm PST