Paintball Xscape, several fields that I played in speedball tourney's at... I can't remember their names because its been a few years. = )
W.O.W. Paintball - was my home field before it went out of business.
Directions to the Field:
Check there website... it is:
The xball field was pretty fun and offered a lot of bunkers to move to even though there were about 16 people on the field. I really liked the layout of the field other than it is on a slight slope... so one side is shooting downhill a bit and the other is shooting uphill a bit. It isn't extremely noticeable, but it isn't 100% flat. Still it is a very nice field and with the newbie players on it I was able to get to the other team's 40 yard line after grabbing the flag, taking out 4 people before getting hit.
I will probably go back to play in the woods there. It was a very nice field layout and seemed really fun. It had a lot of small hills mixed with light brush, which made for alot of good hiding places. It would have been really cool if the leaves would have been on the trees still. We played with 3-4 other guys making a total of 6-7 people total.
The field is pretty large, you would want to play with atleast 8 people... over 30 might be a little overkill, but it would still be fun.
Out of both fields I enjoyed the woods field a lot more. It actually felt a little more challenging to play on with the woods players that joined my friends and I.
They wanted to play under specific rules in the woods: head and torso shots were the only hits that counted... which was fine with me and my friends because we went 3 games without being hit out... and took out the other 3-4 guys every round. I was hit in the hand once, my friend was hit in the leg once and my other friend didn't get hit at all. So we felt pretty good about the way we played in the woods. = )
The owner and the staff are extremely nice and helpful. They really take care of the players.
They seem pretty reasonable to me as long as you have your own equipment and paint.
There really aren't any, so the honor system applies.
I have seen more skill at other fields, but there are a lot of younger players to mentor and share experience with. It allows you to remember when you first started playing and how much more "fun" the game was then. <-- I started 10 years ago, before speedball was popular.
They have one. = )
Rules and Safety:
They will explain all of the rules before you play so listen closely and play fair.
Safety is up to the player's. If you aren't stupid you will be safe.
A very nice woods field and a decent Xball field. The competition isn't as amazing as some other fields, but still isn't bad. The owner and staff are great.
I will play there in the upcoming year several times.