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Auctionjunkie! Thursday, October 11th, 2007
Period of
Field Use:
More than 5 years
Last There: October 7th, 2007
More than 5 years
Other Fields
in the Area:
Proving Grounds, Ben Davis Paintball, White River Paintball.
PG is a tournament only type field. Ben Davis is closed. White River is woods only and farther away as well as more expensive.
Review: I've played at this field since they opened 13 years ago. It has changed hands a couple of times but the quality of the field has always remained very high. Prices are cheap and excluding private games it's BYOP. Safety and fun are the primary concerns. The new owner has expanded the playing fields and staging areas significantly. They run monthly leagues with prizes as well as 3 "Big Games" a year that is sponsored by Tippmann.
The fields include everything from heavy woods to a regulation 7 man air ball field. While they don't do CO2 fills they do have 3000 and 4500 pushbutton air fills. CO2 users can rent an air tank for $5 and get all day fills for free.
I highly recommend this field to any player whether they are just starting or a seasoned veteran.
Check out their website for details on times and prices.

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