It's pretty easy to locate. It's out at Moroso Motorsports Park. Just take the Beeline out there and there's one entrance for the Moroso tracks and all, and then an entrance next to it for the fields.
I just started playing paintball about a month ago with a gun I recieved for Christmas. I went with my sister and parents, and it was a first for all of us. I was a little apprehensive about going because I was new, but upon arrival and talking to the owner, Don, and his wife, Sharon, any fears were put to rest. Don is incredibly knowledgeable about the sport, and can help you with anything from gun repair, maintenance, and customization, all the way to basic and advanced techniques. Their two sons are also always around to help out as refs or any other questions. All of the refs are very knowledgeable and on top of things, if anyone calls out for a paint check they're usually already going for it. There are always at least 2 refs to a game, and more if the teams get larger. Safety is a very big deal at this field, and the refs and staff are quick to remind everyone to put barrel plugs on before leaving the field. The fields are both pretty fun. The larger airball field is good for larger games with plenty of bunkers in the form of a snake, a car wash, and plenty of doritos and barrels. The smaller field is good for up to 5 on 5, but even larger groups can be accomadated in there. It's set up with a lot of bunkers made out of those big construction pipes, games on this field tend to last longer because of the amount of cover to hide behind and the smaller amount of people that tend to play on it. The other players who go to this field are all very nice, and I have yet to meet somebody who hasn't shared some pointers or welcomed me to play with them and get some experience. Generally if it's a big game the refs will pick two captains just to try and even out the teams a little. The refs switch off, they play with you on one day, and the ref the next, they are all very good players and divide themselves up evenly when they play. The hours are from 8am-4pm on Saturdays and Sundays, and during the week by appointment only. The rental equipment is all Tippman 98 Customs in good shape. The prices are very fair in my opinion, $10 entrance, $10 for all day air, prices vary for rentals, and paint is $50 a case for Sterling Game Paint, and $60 a case for Sterling Pro Paint. There is a good stock of water and Gatorade, but no snacks. There are however plenty of conveniecne stores on the way to stop for snacks. They also order pizza everyday at lunchtime, and they ask if anyone wants them to order something for them at $2 a slice. There are plenty of benches around to act as a base of operations or to sit out one game and watch the action. The games really never stop, there is a game going on both fields all day long, as soon as one game ends, the next begins. There is also a woods field, I believe 8 acres, that is open once a month, I haven't tried this one yet, but will post as soon as I do. So anyways, I hope this helps.
Edit: I just got back from another day out at Rush. Once again I have nothing negative to say about it. I was having some problems with my marker, Don helped pinpoint the problem and immediately fixed it for me. There were a lot of people there today, but no problems. Everyone split up the teams evenly so it was plenty of fun. I also got a chance to try out the woodsball field. It's tons of fun. There were 16 of us, so Don grouped us up and explained all of the rules to us. We divided into 2 teams and 2 refs went with each team, escorting them to the start point and then roaming the field for paint checks and all. The field is huge, and there is a massive amount of cover. Just about everywhere there is tall grass, downed trees, thick scrub, etc. Plenty of places to hide and wait for somebody. We played an 8 on 8 game, and there was more than enough room for all 16 of us to fan out, nobody really got in anybody else's way. I just played 1 game, but every 30-45 minutes they round up everyone who wants to play out there so that they can be sure to have enough players and enough refs. So anyways, this is definitely a great field. I live an hour away, and there are a couple places closer to my house, but the drive to Rush is well worth it and I really don't feel the need to even go try any other field.
Last edited on Saturday, February 24th, 2007 at 11:57 am PST