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thogge14 Monday, November 27th, 2006
Period of
Field Use:
1 year
Last There: November 20th, 2006
3 years
Other Fields
in the Area:
bethel, hotshots, paintball store < none compare
to the Field:
from yorktown-head twords glouster go over colemen bridge and go about 13-14 miles straight up 17 and the field will be on your right
Review: First of all this is the ONLY field i will go to on the penninsula. The refs and workers are very helpful and some arent that bad looking i might add ;)

So you arrive at the gravel parking lot close to the fully re-netted fields. walk to the proshop which inside is accually a inclosed house-like structure and not a trailer or shed. Its air conditioned or heated depending on the weather. Bathrooms inplace of porto pottys, usually well stocked proshop and 99% of the time sarge is there and will take care of your every need.

The fields- I play speedball occasionally a little concept. THe refs are very helpful and let me and my cousin adjust the field to our liking. My cousin and I go to the swamp about twice a month(he lives out of town) and i go about 3 sometimes 4 times a month. We always arrive at 9(an hour before they open) so we can set up our gear and set the field up to our liking. Pricing is very reasonable about 15 for all day nitro and feild fee. (there allways having free feild days thats always nice) and we always get xball which is i believe 55.

refs- saftey is a top priority to the refs. always monitoring the staging stone and chrono to make sure people have barrel condoms on and if they are wearing there masks. also they always have a ref watching people chrono to make sure there not shooting hot. but i will admit they sometimes take the concept field too seriously. like my cousin and i usually jet up the side and flank the opposing team and one time he got out and told me that i dropped a pod when i was running and i was called out for talking to a dead man. i expect that on speedball but not on concept.

playing time- like i said my cousin and i get there about 9 to set up shop. proshop opens about 10 and the first games usaully 10:30- 11. we stay till 6pm and get about 20 speedball games in and about 6 concept games in.

players- most of the time there are alot of newcomers and woodsball players that come here. usually all nice and helping to eachother but some do get a little annoying. they dont have the best guns but most of the time some of them arent too scared to play some speedball with me and my cousin. were usaully split up unless we have other experienced players also.

food-the proshop has munchies like snickers,peanuts,slimjims,etc and also diffrent drinks like mountain dew, dr pepper, gatorade and redbull etc. Also if you or whoever your there with can drive thers a wendys about 2 miles up 17. (dont make the same mistake i did and walk there) luckily my cousin can drive now :).

overall i give this field a 9/10. its my favriote field and has a lot of great help and people.i see many kids leave with smiles on there face and people are always laughing and talking with eachother, young and old, and lending eachother parts, squeegies etc.

I HOPE TO SEE EVERYONE THERE SOON!!!!!!!!!! lets get alot of people for speedball and concept for someday after christmas!!



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