only been to paintball village a few times - pv is tiny in comparison, and a completely diffrerent feel - both are worth playing at because they are so different
Directions to the Field:
from east of lorain, 90w to 2w, off at baumhart, go north and then right at ind pkwy. follow pkwy til it ends. park and walk down dirt road into the woods. trust me, it's worth it.
Meck (the owner) is VERY helpful and accomodating. the field(s) are two huge bunker filled areas with plenty of obstacles and high weeds on both sides. further, if you prefer, there is untouched woods WITH A CREEK that swings around one half of the field and separates field one from field two. the option to play with bunkers or in the wilderness is a great choice to have.
meck and his staff, although mostly young, were great and fair. he had an ample supply of everything we could possibly need - which is impressive since his shop is miles away from there.
he repaired all the privately owned guns that needed it, and bent over backwards to make sure we all had a great time. he stayed open later than originally agreed upon and was generally great to work with.
for those that have posted negative reviews, these must have been before he opened his second field in lorain. -and his first name is rich, i don't know where "scuba steve" comes into play, but he isn't there, anymore.
i HIGHLY recommend this field for play - especially if you can organize a private outing.
for those that are tourney players, take this review with a grain of salt, because i've never played in a tourney - and it sounds like it's a different game altogether.
both fields ARE huge, and when both fields are combined for one game, it's gigantic (which we all loved, but i can see how it'd be a bummer in a 3-man game).
the paint IS expensive, but how else is he gonna make dough? the field fee is like 7 bucks! it's worth the drive and the money, in my opinion. it'll be the place i play the majority of the time i play.