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Striker511 Thursday, February 1st, 2007
Period of
Field Use:
Just once
Date There: January 28th, 2007
Paintball
Experience:
3 years
Other Fields
in the Area:
SC Village - about the same overall; CPPaintball - a tad better, but further away. Also, Ontarget PB in NJ.
Directions
to the Field:
right off of the 15 on Temescal Canyon Road; its N of Lake E. Check the website.
Review: Overall, this is a great place to play ball at. 8/10.

PRICES: $25 for all day, plus BYOP; compressed air was $10 for all day.
RULES: They enforce the 'rules meeting' at 9am, but its now a tape playback (Or so it seemed). It would be good to reinforce it thru the games.
CHRONO- They chronoed at 280; once int he morning and once after lunch. I like that they check it again midday.
SERVICES: They have port-a-johns, which is not great, but hey its something. Also a small snackshack and air trailer for 3k and 4500 refills. I didnt check out thier main shop as we went with a group - Too Much Phun - which provided thier own servies and CO2 fills.
REFS: One of my sorespots with this field - no whistles or airhorns to signal the start or end games. Also, one ref per game usually results in wipes, but since we were with a group, it wasnt too bad. Im not sure about the main groups on the refs, but I think they would get 2-3 refs per game.
STAFF: Again, I was with a group, so I have no positive or negative things here; They did use a megaphone system in the park, which announces the game starts, but not for private groups (Unlike SC Village does).
SERVICES: No running water or towels means you gotta bring it; also, they have benches at the front area to sit at for lunch so thats cool.

I did notice some other minor things:
1- NO SIGNS: It is hard for a 1st timer to figure out which field is where simply because there is nothing telling you where to go.
2- BOUNDARYS: Some of the fields look like it was part of a bigger field with rope to mark them off - too bad you had to walk thru someone elses game to get to the back areas. It would be nice to have a boundary between each field and the walkways.

Overall, it was a good day for paintball. I would go again, but knowing that the fields can be hard to find and some require you to walk thru other fields, I give this a 8/10.
 

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