The accuracy of this review is disputed. Please see discussion below.
Period of Field Use:
January 20th, 2008
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Directions to the Field:
My friend's dad drove us there using a GPS. It was not really good however b/c there was a lot of turning and merging which would get confusing. If all else fail try Google Maps for directions and maps before you go.
Its a really good field overall compared to the others I've been to. The price is alright ($15.50 for walk ons+$10 All day air). There is a nice Pro shop but it is really understocked and the items were well overpriced.
What I really hated was that they MADE me buy a barrel sock. I had a barrel plug that worked fine, but they still told me to go buy one that was $4.32. I think they just wanted the money.
The food there is acceptable. The hotdogs were kind of lukewarm but the buns were just plain. But what can you expect?
The refs there are really nice and make sure you are safe. They stop the game momentarily to do paint checks at time which i think are in order. But apparently they got in trouble when they put us walkons against the rentals. The rentals didn't stand a chance.
My favorite field was the Fort. I was on the team storming the for and i hid behind this wooden cover using smoke cover from another field that blew in. The cover had a little gap where i could stay in cover and stick out my barrel while still being able to aim and see them. I used this advantage to snipe the people in the fort. It was very fun.
During some games there was bonus balling occuring. Also a friend of mine went up to an enemy and told him to surrender right next to the ref. Immediately the guy was surrounded but he still shot my friend who surrendered him after the ref signaled he was out.
This is a great place. Just don't like them being stict about only using barrel socks. As long as it works it shouldn't be a problem.
Dispute: Actually barrel "plugs" are out lawed do to the fact that they can be shot out of the barrel as a projectile in which there could possibly injure a person, so do to insurance issues they are not allowing people use a barrel plug. so to make it short; no barrel plug, only barrel bags. they just dont want your money.