Go Left At Flashing Light (Captians Galley) On Main Street In Waxhaw Follow Till You Cross A Bridge, Take 2nd Right, Take 1st Left, Follow To The End.
I played here during a private party set up by my work and I haven't missed more then 2 weekends since. Great staff !!! Very nice and friendly, In fact on one outing my marker started leaking inside and even though I had not bought it from them, they just lent me a X-7 marker with a flatline free of charge for the day so I could keep playing. It is family owned and operated so they keep the fighting and bad language out. They offer hotdog lunch and drinks for a good price.
As for the field - WOW !!! All natural area and thousands of big trees, dried up creek beds and I really don't think you could ever find a single bit of flat land. Hills, creators and some of the roughest natural terrain I have ever played. No matter where you go on this 24 acre field you can always find high ground for a good ambush. Oh ya they only have equipment that would be found in real world military bases, Sniper towers, foxholes, sandbag bunkers, tree barricades, machinegun nests. They don't do that dumb bunker tag crap, you either fight it out, use a grenade, or a bazooka round, (yes they even rent bazookas) or you can place a C-4 charge on the building (they rent what looks and acts just like a C-4 bomb that you put on the structure and set it, if know one defuses it before it goes off in 1 minute the everyone inside is dead.)
The games they play are great - all military and once a month they do a terrorist with bomb scenario where you have to attack a base, kill or capture the leader who has a special color arm band, get the key from him, use that key to open the bomb case and then based on the clues posted on the web site the week before you must cut the red or the blue wire to defuse the bomb - all while the bombs timer is counting down.
I just can't say enough about this place. Put it on your list as a must try ! - I'm sure if you try it once you'll keep coming back.
Last edited on Monday, December 3rd, 2007 at 6:48 pm PST