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none in this area but a lot in the STL. If in the St. Louis area go to Bushwackers off I-44 its the best.
Directions to the Field:
through E town and then down 567 turn right at valley creek rd and you'll see a sign on the right saying Conder's
They're open only on the weekends. They are sort of restricted on safety though I walked through the fields with out my mask when no one was playing. They don't allow plugs, just barrel condoms. the air fill system is kinda wierd. You have to take your tank off to fill. The pro shop was ok, but they kept tryin to sell me a bunch of tippman crap ( I got an ion and DM what do I want with tippman). The refs aen't that great cause they only had one ref with an open play of about 30 people. Its very unorganized so if you bring a group you can do your own open play. the prices are ok its $6 for field, $10 for all day air (which is retarded, just put it in the field price), and $10 bucks to bring your own paint. Otherwise its 50 bucks for a case of ink, or 65 bucks for for pro paint. The fields are pretty decent though. The airfield is good and the speed ball and village is good. The woods ball is ok, only one course. The one with the big fort (kind of like king of the hill). THey got burgers, dogs and other stuff to eat but I brought my own lunch. The players there were a bit noobish and there was snobby church group that hogged the course, but all in all it was an alright place to play. I haven't been to any other Kentucky fields so I don't know if this is the good one or not. I give this a 7 out of 10.
Last edited on Monday, August 7th, 2006 at 1:15 am PST