I used to play at only one other field, Poco Loco. It was an alright field, but in comparison to Ambush Paintball it's... well, mediocre for lack of a better word. Thier fields did'nt seem to be put together with a practical sense. I mean that the obsticals, or lack there of werent placed strategically for the way the field was played in most scenarios.
Directions to the Field:
There are directions on the main website: www.ambush-paintball.com There are also directions in many of the reviews on this page.
Fields: Ambush Paintball is a spectacular set of fields. There are two speedball courses, a trailer park themed field which is great, it really keeps you on your toes (lots of open windows and doors to watch and narrow hallways) It's probably my favorite field they have at Ambush. Theres also the recently built and still being modified prison field. It's defintely one of the coolest field I have had the opportunity to play in. 12' walls 20' towers. It's 5th and final tower is currently under construction. This tower is located directly in the center of the prison which is a small court yard. Inside the prison court yard there is access to plenty of large barrel cover, six bared windows I believe and two doors conveniently placed facing the back and front entrances, which makes taking the prison extremely difficult. Outside the prison there is a fairly large field with something like 20 gigantic wooden spools, which make advancing on the prison reletively easy. Next there are two woodsball fields. One in particular "Fort Woody" is a challenging but fun field. The field is huge, with plenty of cover and at the same time plenty of open ground which becomes very challenging to cover. The field has two forts, one at either side of the field, which contain the flags during a capture the flag games. All these fields are awsome for different reasons.
Prices: Prices are listed on the website, but I'll list them here to save you some time.
A case of 2000 paintballs: $60
1000 paintballs: $35
500 paintballs: $20
100 paintballs: $15
Compressed Air and CO2 fills/refills:
Compressed Air: Free!
During a walk on day, which run from 8:15am to 3:00 pm (includes a bag of 500 paintballs) : $29
During a walk on night, Which run from 5:15pm to 10:pm (includes a case of 2000 paintballs) : $60
(If you do the math you save $30 going to a night game)
Staff: You can't find nicer refs and staff anywhere on the planet! Bob the owner, is an awsome guy he's very understanding if you have some complications or any questions, also he picks only the best refs he can find to ref the games you play. They wont make any unfair calls because, like bob will tell you, him and his refs have and still do play paintball sometimes they know what situations you might find yourself in. You might go play paintball on one of thier day games and then come back for another daygame and notice that one or two of the guys refing you last time are now playing the game with you. If the refs have to make a call that is difficult they will get in the middle of the action to come and inspect the situation to make a fair call. Like i said before all the people on staff there are all awsome people.
Food: They offer different kinds of soda or water and a few snacks like chips and stuff like that, but if you're the kind of person that realy needs to chow down during the before and after each round I suggest you bring something of your own.
Any Negative Aspects: None that I can really think of. I have a kickass time every time I'm there!