*All within about 15 miles driiving distance
All American Paintball Park
Directions to the Field:
turn at McDonald's
then right at west mifflin HS
go to sunoco station and turn right
cant miss it down the road on the right
This field is awesome and the prices are very good! It is 10 bucks if you have your own equipment and 25 for a PMI rental gun, 12 oz. CO2 tank, hopper full of paintballs, and field play for 3 hours. The gun is not that bad- I've used them twice and they worked fine. Sundays are open play- Bring Your Own Paint. It's also 10 dollar admission. If you buy any amount of their paint, though, you get free admission. Paint costs are: 2000- $40; 1000- $22; 500-$15. They have drinks and other things to buy at the pavilion where you pay and chronograph your gun.
Now on to the main part- the fields!
They have 4 fields to play on. The first is a speed ball field on a slight slant with fence-like bunkers and man-made mounds. There are also trees to hide behind. Most notably is the bridge in the center of the field that provides some great shots. On to the woods ball field. It's 2.5 acres and I've played some fun, long 15 on 15 games there! The top team is on a semi-plateau that slants down on the sides. the bottom team has control of the massive fort that provides cover and great shots as well. Both sides have mounds, fences, and bunkers made out of wood piles and logs. Once again, more trees for cover. Next is the mounds field. It's pretty much just woods with giant mounds and trees. If you're on the far side, you can get all the way to your opponents' side without them seeing you via a very large mound that serves as a snake. Finally, they have an air ball field. It's not set up all the time but it is a nice field. When it is set up, the configuration isn't the same every time which is cool.
They are open year round from 9-6. The refs are nice, laid back, and they'll give you tips on how to play. I like this place a lot. An easy 10 out of 10!
Last edited on Saturday, August 19th, 2006 at 7:32 pm PST