Venture Games- was better scenario field, don't have to pay for paint to get in.
Midway- isn't a forest field, grassland. Girls play free on Sundays.
The safety there is alright. The go over what we have to do before the game begins and make sure that everyone follows the rules, especially putting on your goggles and your barrel plugs.
The main scenario field is very interesting. It is a heavy forest area and they have branches piled up. They have tepee-like cover. One section is high grass. If you have a good pair of camouflage, you will have a great advantage.
Their hours of operation is good because it is from 8:30am - 4:00pm and since some people are not early people, they can go late and still have a lot of playing time.
The prices are very pricey. Since I was self- equipped, I had to pay admission fee and an extra $15 for not buying their paint. I had to buy a box of their paint of pay the extra $15. That sucked!
The rules are simple. Just follow them.
The service there sucked because they almost broke my N2 tank and tried to blame it on the manufacturer and then the o-rings. What happened was, I went to fill up my tank and they messed up the fill nipple, so it did not hold any air. All he did was take it apart and reassembled it and everything was fine. He did not do any changes to it. The check strut had been punched in and jammed due to their mishandling of the tank.
The staff was alright besides trying to blame the tank for the problems that they created.
The refs were cool. They followed the rule and did their job.
The players did not want to communicate and plan a strategy. The hornet game was a joke since our job was to defend the flag for 30 minutes, leaving us in a disadvantage.
All they had was pizza and soda and the pizza was not that great. I recommend going to one of the nearby restaurants and getting food their.