Poco Loco, Skirmish, On Target, Concrete City...too many to name during the years.
This field is great for the money (and we know how expensive PB is). Let's not get it twisted, this place isn't glamourous nor as organized as to what you'd find at a typical PB field. In fact, it is gritty and hardcore.
The owner, Sgt. Gebb (you better refer to him by that name, he'll remind you!) is a tough old leatherneck who has dedicated his time, combat experience and property to give us paintballers the "most realistic close quarter combat experience" possible. He reminds me of R.Lee Remy from Mailcall!
You have swamps, dense forrest, moats, creeks, castles, thorny thickets, bushes, fences and "critters" all around you to simulating real combat obstacles, other than your opponent, that can make war miserable! Sweeeeet!
It works for and against you. Take for example when the whistle blew, I made a bee-line toward a spot I eyeballed to take cover. I jumped over a bush and SPLASH! Knee-deep in a creek I went! It was funny and scary at the same time. On the same note, I was deep in the bush and saw an opponent and his buddy trying to get his boot (stuck in mud so deep it took his boot off!) out from the muddy swamp. POP! , POP! , 2 hits, easy kills for me! My point is the elements make great game play.
This place will (humbly) re-train even the most experienced player! If you want to strenghten your woodsball game...GO HERE AND EXPERIENCE ALL OF THE ELEMENTS OF SIMULATED WARFARE.
Semper Fi, Sgt. Gebb, carry on!
Last edited on Sunday, September 24th, 2006 at 9:12 am PST