However I have heard a lot of bad stories of Pevs, and mixed reports of Skyline Paintball.
Simply put Warplay paintball is the best field ever! A knowledgable and friendly staff work hard to make it the best paintball experience you will ever have!
Tor and Gunny are some of the best field operators I've ever met. Their field is very scenario based and is built professionaly with your enjoyment as the primary purpose.
For just a preview of some of the equipment we saw in use the other day, we saw semi and full autos (as usual....), exploding paint grenades(now we're getting somewhere), LAW rockets, and mortar rounds. Yes, those last two are not typos. Also, the insanely funny incident involving the LAW launcher and a nerf ball was very entertaining!
All of the fields at Warplay are professionally created with choke points and fields of fire. One of the largest fields has a very large bridge with guardpost, as well as several concrete and sandbag bunkers. Several tactical variances arise when trying to attach/defend this course.
My particular favorite of the courses there is what they call the Halo Field. It is a hybrid mixture of woodsball and speedball, with a little bit of a twist. A small square structure sits in the middle of the small field with 2-3 foot high walls. The objective is to get one member of your team in the center for four minutes; not consecutively, just overall. And did I mention instant respawn? only 40 feet away? Yes, all of this combines for an adrenaline pumping, paint slinging experience. I think I tell my friends stories about this field all the time...believe me, you'll come out of here with stories of your own.
I won't tell about all the other fields...you'll just have to go on out there to experience them all!
So, I think it's easy to see my opinion on Warplay...a great park, affordable pricing, and simply the best staff ever.