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durka durka Monday, October 2nd, 2006
Period of
Field Use:
Less than a month
Last There: June 20th, 2005
4 years
Other Fields
in the Area:
PBmissions...... missing it
AZP good stuff
APE noice setup
Review: skip it, the paint was shoddy last year and can't imagine it getting better this past year or next. Madcow is right, might as well have been rubber balls we were shooting. Overpriced too I might add, the paint was, at $70 a case I expect Origin signature or MidEvil, not poo.

The fields, sadly they have deteriorated over time, the airball was ok, good for a 5 man at most.

Urban was big foam bundles with cars and vending machines, nothing urban about it

The woodsball was small, nice for 1st timers, but that is it.

Rentals were ok, it only took half a decade to get tippmann 98's, but the rebels......not worth the time of day.

admission was fair $10 for what it is I guess isn't horrid

applecrates wasn't bad, biggest field in the park, but again poorly maintained

I'd give it a 2 overall, because it is the only one in that locality (adernaline zone is a MUCH better trip trust me), and I am sure it survives soly by the baseball kids, who are roped into it time and time again

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