Straight through the main gate at Kaneohe past McD's..behind the bus parking lot
I came to HI from Korea looking for some good fields and played at All Star Paintball first. Man, I thought I'd stop playing ball while I was here. Then I found out about Hawaii Paintball from a few guys around the island and decided to check it out. I was so impressed, I doubt I'll go anywhere else during my stay on the island. Got there and the safety briefing was top notch. The ref's even took extra time out to explain to brand new players all the basics they might not have figured out. Games were split up by ability, which is always good for new guys, so they're not overwhelmed. Refs were very strict about barrel plugs and keeping your masks on at all times.
The owner, Roland, was awesome. My buddy had his marker transferred from Korea, and when it wasn't working for him, Roland offered him his personal marker for the day...Thank you for that Roland, my buddy was about to leave all angry..you rock.
Prices at the little shop are pretty decent. Best part is B.Y.O.P, though they sell field paint for pretty good prices. The shop isn't really a proshop, so don't plan on showing up with all your stuff jacked up...but they do have the things you tend to forget (like a barrel sleeve myself). The air situation is good too, a flat fee for annual air, which pays for itself after 5 visits I believe (don't quote me on that :P).
Depending on what everyone wants to do, the field shuts down for an hour or so, giving everyone time to run down the street to grab some food. If you want to play, the refs seemed more than willing to go out with you so you can play.
The fields are pretty diversified. There's one airball field, which I would play all day if I could, then a few more fields with a mix of stuff on them. Best part about the fields...GRASS! Allstar was like playing in a rock pit!
The atmosphere at the field was excellent, everyone seemed to be having a great time. Had a chance to talk it up with some people in between games in the staging area (a ton of tents and tables...plenty of room), and they all seemed to have been going there for awhile and had no complaints.
Again, I don't even need to try out other fields on the island..I know there are a few more, but I really don't think any of them will top this field. Great job Roland and everyone else involved!