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The Yak Herder Tuesday, November 7th, 2006
Period of
Field Use:
Less than a month
Last There: November 4th, 2006
More than 5 years
Review: First of all, all I can say is that these guys are really proffesional. They keep it fun, safe, and enjoyable for all ages. Personally i prefere a very hard and rough style of play. These guys are willing to accomodate for that as long as it's safe.

The fields come in every sort of variety. From woodsball with real military props to airball fields. The greatest aspect is the indoor field is heated (can easily play in the dead of winter) and fully lit. It's not very large (i believe 75' by 100'), but it's great for drills and short games. They have a full assult course that can be played like speedball, or played as attack and defend the castle. Deeper in the woods is a full western town (saloon and's pretty cool).

The staff are the best I have ever met. They are proffesional, but easy going and nice(by easy going I do not at all mean they slack on safty). They really are like family and will treat you the same as long as you obey their policies.

So I deff. give them a 10...i'd give them a 30 if i could just for the way they treat you.

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