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rrpntballer Saturday, July 14th, 2007
Period of
Field Use:
Less than a month
Last There: August 3rd, 2006
4 years
Other Fields
in the Area:
pbvillage splatterpark splatterball goodtimes sharpshooter and various woodsball
to the Field:
MaPqUeSt It
Review: this was my 2nd time to pinnacle and it is still really fun. they have about 11 fields but you usually only play a few of them. the fort is cool ,very easy to snipe from. The fields hve really god setups such as the pond which is a field that is around a pond like a circle. also the alley field whch is very creative but a waste of paint. the paint the have isn't the cheapest but cheaper than most places. its $55 for a case on discount wednesdays. they have good food there especially the kool aid jammers(action jackson).the refs are nice but a couple are jerks.They have a very small proshop but i wouldn't call it a proshop they have basic stuff you would need to play though. their rentals include tippman 98, A5 and an ion.(the ion includes a n2 a revy and all day air.)overall pinnacle woods is an awesome field.

Review Comments
bagbon Monday, July 23rd, 2007 | 11:36 am PST
KoolAid Jammers FTMFW
i baught a 12 pack last night at walmart

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