From Kansas City go 435 north to the 2nd 210 exit when you get off the exit, take a right and its that first right after the right off teh exit... Go all the way down till you see a little Jagers sign that says take a left, take that left, and goo down to where it says jagers, and go up that little hill and your there...
Well, i went on Friday 10/26/06... My friend and I got there around 7:30 and played till close at 11:00pm... There where alot of kids there playing and we just jumped into some games... Paint is usually 69.00 a case of 2000 which isnt bad for playing indoors... Field fee is 15.00 and that includes air... Staff was really nice, we got along great... Pro shop guy was awsome, he adjusted my game face impulse trigger for me cause it came loose durring a game, and wouldent fire... I dont know what the guy under me is talking about, but they had my friend and i chrono our guns before we played... I will defently go back, its kinda close to my house and its getting to winter, so it will be a awsome place to play... We only played the first field, and it was alot of fun.. One thing is i HATE the yellow and blue hard hats that you have to wear to show which team your on... So if i where you go buy a blue and yellow bandana to put on your head. So you dont have to where those umcomfortable hard hats... Well this is all i have to say for now... Thanks, Aaron
Hey, just wanted to let you and the peeps reading this, know about the hard hats.
Its not their fault on that one. Its because the business is underground. Their insurance forces them to do that. Anybody who's worked at some of the other caves will tell you that they have to wear hardhats there too.
Yah, they are ugly, yah they dont get bounces, yes...they make getting your mask on comfortably a royal pain. But in order for them to maintain insurance, they have to have the hardhats because of the fact that its entirely possible that a piece of the ceiling could crack loose, fall, and bop somebody on the head. Or so the insurance company thinks.
But on the plus side, it DOES make for a very good way to distinguish teams. So they worked it to somewhat of an advantage.