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Dirdy Monday, December 11th, 2006
The accuracy of this review is disputed. Please see discussion below.
Period of
Field Use:
Just once
Date There: November 27th, 2006
More than 5 years
Review: My team came here to play and we all had a great time playing at this field. With one woodsball course it was still a fun field to play at for being so close to home. Has aot of potential to do more with the field but from being new it might have no expanded yet.

We came on the closing weekend and was a decent number, mostly from our team and maybe 8-12 other players.

Not much to review about the field becuase its so new, is defintly worth coming for the cost its at for a day of paintball, hopfully in the future it can grow.

Speedball field was kinda small for my style of speedball but other than that a nice setup.

Staff and Refing was the worst I have seen in my paintball career. I don't mean to hurt anyones feels but the Refs were about 8-12 years old and i think only one or two accualy was above the age of 14. Like stated before they were short and couldnt see the entire field, wernt very agressive in reffing the entire field, also didn't enforce any type of games to be played in a timly manner. We had about a group of 16-20 and the entire day we waited at least 30 minutes in between games for people to refill paint, air and pods or just to take a break. We could of easily got in 5 more games inbetween that if the Refs played. Instead they just sat there like they didn't know what to do until we said we were ready to play.

Staff in the main office also didn't exaclty have the best service. One member of my team got his HPA tank filled with Co2. Another had one of his Co2 tanks frozen to the fill station and had to wait for it to thaw out to get it back, and his other Co2 tank the girl dropped and dented making the tank usless. He did get one free tank from the field but it took about 3 guys 1 hour to get airfills which really made the games lag also. We did feel sorry for her becuase it looked like she had no clue what she was doing and the manager or field owner wasnt their. She did get of the phone with her and he talked it over with her about getting our teammate a free Co2 Tank back and later his frozen co2 tank.

Other than the staff it was a decent field to play at if you know the group your playing at. Lots of improvment needed but with the location given hopfuly they can pull threw with a little help of a few teams maybe and improvments made in the staff. Wish i could give it a better rating than this...

Review Comments
universepb Sunday, January 28th, 2007 | 7:17 pm PST
I am getting tired of you ripping on the refs at this Field. To ref at the land you ad to be 13 in previous years, there at least was three 16 year olds working during the day, and being players, and good players at that, they do not mind taking hits and are the most aggressive refs that I have ever seen. This upcoming year i believe 16 will be the age mark for reffing. I will admit that the desk workers are not the best, they are not paintballers, which according to you is a good thing so they don't play.
edit: and the long overlay is the fault of the people not ready to play, not the refs
so please, stop it with the refs
Last edited on Sunday, January 28th, 2007 at 7:18 pm PST

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