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Drayven Thursday, February 1st, 2007
Period of
Field Use:
2 years
Last There: December 31st, 2006
Paintball
Experience:
4 years
Other Fields
in the Area:
Chase, paintball park (closed)---Chase gets crowded easily, and it pretty dark. Park was dark as well, but laid out well
Review: As far as outdoor fields go, this outfit is run very well. The owners are very helpful, the prices are good, and for the most part, the crowd is very even tempered and gets along. Safety is a big deal here. No matter how many times you go, you still attend the safety briefing and chrono...no exceptions. Lots of different play environments, with capture the flag, castle to castle, attack the castle, the swamp,ambush and a speedball course available. The terrain in the woods is challenging, but there is plenty of cover..even for a big moose like me. The swamp is a very different playing environment. Trees but not a lot of undergrowth. The rest of the areas have lots of tall grass..nice for hiding and sneaking up on people in. The people are what makes this field what it is. No place is perfect, but they do more every year....so check it out already
 

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