Excellent field, James and Tammy are really friendly and helpful. They can fix most problems with markers, and their prices are very competetive. Safety is top priority, and the rules of masks on the field, barrel sleeves or plugs and chrono is strictly enforced. He also has snacks and drinks for excellent prices $ .50 for a bottle of water. It is definitely more of a speedball field. He has the urban village for the woodsballers, but most of the players at this field are speedballers, through no fault of the owners. So if you are a woodsballer, expect to play more airball, but most of the speedballers will take it easy on you, coach you, and even go out to the village with you if you ask them. The only thing I wish they had is one more ref, that way if the speedballers are playing then the woodsballers could go play in the spools or village at the same time, but he might not bother because like I said, a lot of the time only the speedballers show up. I have to say though that the events are a blast. I went to my first one today and had more fun than I have ever had playing paintball.The only reason I say a 9 is because I am giving the point of view of a woodsballer.
Last edited on Saturday, January 5th, 2008 at 6:58 pm PST