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hunterMR1 Tuesday, September 25th, 2007
Period of
Field Use:
Just once
Date There: September 15th, 2007
Paintball
Experience:
Less than a month
Other Fields
in the Area:
I haven't played at Pentagon Paintball but I have been there to see it.
Directions
to the Field:
Coming from the WEST
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Take I-90 to the SR 84 Kingsville Exit and head East on 84. (Note: You will have to go straight off the ramp in order to do this... DO NOT TURN or you will head down 193!) Keep traveling down the road (South Rd E) until you see Monroe Center Rd. N. Keep following that road until you see straight ahead of you before a turn Reger Rd. It will be a dirt road and Big Pearl will be a few houses down on the right with a large red garage inn plain view. When they are open they usually have a sign put up in front of the place.

Coming from the NORTH (Conneaut)
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Take Rt 7 all the way down until you get to Root Rd. Take a right (West) here and Reger Rd. will be the first road on the right. After you turn right onto Reger Big Pearl will be on your left about half way bewteen Root Rd. and Monroe Center Rd.

Coming from the EAST (Erie)
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Take I-90 W to the Rt 7 exit and head south. Take Rt 7 all the way down until you get to Root Rd. Take a right (West) here and Reger Rd. will be the first road on the right. After you turn right onto Reger Big Pearl will be on your left about half way bewteen Root Rd. and Monroe Center Rd.

Coming from the SOUTH (Andover)
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Take Rt 7 north all the way down until you get to Root Rd. Take a left (west) here and Reger Rd. will be the first road on the right. After you turn right onto Reger Big Pearl will be on your left about half way bewteen Root Rd. and Monroe Center Rd.
Review: I love this course, I took a look at Pentagon in Erie, PA and after seeing the price I looked more thoroughly for a field and came across this one., and I was amazed.

I played a couple weeks ago for 5 hours and it was intense the whole time. We played different variations of scenario types with matches that lasted an average of 15 minutes. The field is a very diverse three-dimensional field that has many bunkers and a village in the middle that provides for some great scenario play and a wide verity of terrain. On one side there are these ferns that border the riverbed and provide a Vietnam-type feel to the game play and a small creek that lays in the middle of the field that provides some great cover with it's high banks. The left side of the field contains a path that leads to the very tactical village which contains a scout tower that could result in the domination of your opponents.The village is on the fairly the highest point of the field making it a very crucial place to have control of. Bunkers made of wood, aluminum siding, and railroad ties line the whole field making the pair of elevation, natural cover, and unnatural cover well balanced equation for a great game.

I recommend that if you are into woodsball this will become one of your favorite fields to play in if you try it out, and if you like speedball give it a try anyway, I'm sure you'll hav loads of fun. The speedball course is fairly lackluster, but they awaiting a shipment of bunkers to improve it , and even if it's not up to par for you the woodsball course makes up for it. I guess the only real drag about the field is that they aren't open every weekend, but they are a family run business that offers really great deals, so you can't complain.

By the way, you can bring your own pant and it only cost $10 to play or $7 if you pre-register!

And one thing that I head of is that they play a Civil War Type game once a year that draws in people from the south (their sister field in Virginia) and the north (here), and that's the way it's faught! Check their website out to see what it's all about! I know I'm interested!
Last edited on Saturday, October 27th, 2007 at 2:39 pm PST
 

Review Comments
shockerairmail Thursday, September 27th, 2007 | 4:50 pm PST
It's only $7 if you pre-register on-line! Also you should play at the Virginia field if your ever in the area. That's where I live. The fields on the side of a mountain, it's different then the Ohio field, but that's what makes each field so unique.
   

wallride2 Friday, October 26th, 2007 | 8:33 pm PST
ya the ohio field rocks! and the virginia field rocks!! play them bothe. come down and play the VA field also.
   

hunterMR1 Saturday, October 27th, 2007 | 2:22 pm PST
Funny you mention that, I might be coming down there sometime in the summer to visit someone, and well that's a perfect exuse to play... Paintball Vacation!
   

John Terrence Friday, October 3rd, 2008 | 5:26 pm PST
I've Played a lot of paintball in a lot of places and the little remark about Pentagon Paintball is expensive, or the suggestion that it is, is crazy. It's $15 all year for Sundays. ALL Year Air $29.99, Paint is also cheap. Try playing at my home field in VA, 40 entry, $100 Cases. You guys got it cheap up there.......
Last edited on Friday, October 3rd, 2008 at 5:33 pm PST
   

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