Tangerine and I-10. The left turn just before the dump.
THIS FEILD ROCKS.
Safety- They give a safety orientation in the morning to let everyone know how the day is going to go. They chrono you in the morning and periodically throughout the day. When they see you do something unsafe, they make sure you don't do it again, and will remind you to keep your googles on and barrel bags on before you could hurt yourself. The refs try to keep the teams balanced which is tough to do and sometimes not possible.
Fields- They have tons of feilds. i think like 5-6 total that they rotate you on throughout the day. They have all different types as well. One of their fields has 2 real helicopter you can go it, which i think was awesome.
Hours- Right now we get the at 8:30 to get set up and play till 3:30 when the field closes down. I think for summer they will go from 7-12 to avoid heat.
Price- 15 bucks to play, 5 for co2 fills, 7 for air, which all in all isnt to bad. they sell some equipment there which is very reasonably priced. if youi want to buy paint there ist 50 a case, but i would recommend going to the stores to pay for frield fees and paint to save money. when you play there, they give you a coupon for 6 dollars off of paint, which you can now get at 34 for a case!! whcih is totally awesome. Lunch is cheap too which is awesome.
Refs- are great. I went and played an open game and we had three refs named troy, alex, and cameron. They made sure everyone was safe and ran things efficiently. they were always happy to help out with broken guns too. Most of them have good personalaities as well.
the bearded amn who checks you in is sort of a prick, on the downside. he's a man with long hair and a beard. he always messes with the refs and is really sarcastic.