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603BallaBuddy Wednesday, April 18th, 2007
Period of
Field Use:
Just once
Date There: April 15th, 2007
3 years
Other Fields
in the Area:
OSG Paintball - The speedball field at OSG is nothing compared to BOLP.
Canobie Paintball - Staff isnt the best here, good fields though.
AG Paintball - Management was bad last time I went. Under New Management now.
to the Field:
114 Mast Rd. Lee, NH, behind the "Live and Learn Early Education Center".

Directions are as follows:

From Portsmouth (east):

Take Rte 4 west towards Durham and Concord
Go through the lights at Madbury Road, Durham
Take the next exit (Rte 155A)
At the bottom of the exit take a left (towards Durham)
Take the first road to the right - Mast road or Rte 155A you will go by Channel 11
Live & learn is 2 ˝ miles up on the left There is a sign out front
Beige Bldg with blue trim and purple/pink door 60 acre farm

From the West (Concord):

Take Rte 4 east to the Lee traffic Circle head east on Rte 4 (straight across)
Take the first exit Rte 155
At the bottom of the exit go right
You will come to the jct of 155 & 155A bear to the right (there will be a stop sign)
Staying on Rte 155
Live & Learn will be the third building on the left, there is a sign out front
Beige Bldg with blue trim , purple/pink doors 60 acre farm

From the North (Rochester):

Take Rte 125 south to the Lee traffic Circle
Follow the directions from the West.

From the South (Plaistow):

Take Rte 125 North to the Lee Traffic Circle
Follow the directions from the West

From Maine:

Take Rte 101 to Dover
Come through lower square of Dover (main street aka 108)
At the Lights just after St mary's Academy Take a left onto RTE 155
Follow Rte 155 through Madbury
(by falling down rose greenhouses and Moharimet Elementary School)
Go under Rte 4 to junction of 155 and 155a bear to the right at stop sign go right
We are the third bld on the left sign out front.
Review: I went to this field last weekend expecting to have a not so fun time. It was raining like crazy, and of course later switched to snow. Once I walked outback to the field my expectations immediately changed. The speedball field (2005 NXL X BALL) is huge. It is 200 x 100, and has netting 20 feet high around all sides. The staging area is right next to the snake showing lots of action if just sitting and spectating. I played the speedball field all day and had the most fun I have had in a long long time. The staff at BOLP was great, everyone asked me if I needed anything, and if I did not to hesitate to ask. BOLP has a nice trailer where you can purchase everything from paint to food, drinks, and paintball gear. There is always someone around to help you with your every needs. The paint(Hotbox) I was very skeptical about, I had heard some bad reviews about it. I was surprised to see how good it turned out. I used an All American .688 and the paint shot awesome. The paint in fact shot better than paint I have used at previous fields. I don't understand why the paint has bad reviews elsewhere, again it shot great! There was also a professional photographer at the field who took some amazing photos. He sells them up near the trailer. I recommend this field to anyone and everyone who wants to have a good time playing paintball.



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