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INpaintball Friday, February 29th, 2008
Period of
Field Use:
4 years
Last There: February 9th, 2008
More than 5 years
Other Fields
in the Area:
Dark Armies in Indianapolis- dark inside and EXTREMELY expensive. they put a different spin on paintball

Ntensesports in Bowling Green- ok field setups and great tournaments but not as nice of a facility
to the Field:
Behind Castle High School. Go down Vann Road. Turn on Prospect Drive.
Review: safety- By far Paintball Paradise is the safest field you'll probably ever go to. People very rarely have their masks up and barrel plugs are always in. Also many people will put their barrel plugs in between games even though it is not required.

fields- Paradise has four and a half fields. I say this because the air ball field is never up. Also, another field is supposedly in the works. The fields are set up pretty well but could use a few changes as most fields could.

hours of operation- 9-4 saturdays and sundays Not a lot of time but the owners have other jobs during the week. They will sometimes open up specially for a group during the week if the group is large enough.

prices- Gear is very cheap here. Some of the items they sell are at the cheapest prices I've ever seen. Field fee is $10 and all day compressed air is $5. They do not do all day CO2 as many people have asked.

rules- Same as you'll just about anywhere else. They will allow woodsballers to not play gun hits if they request it.

proshop- Don't really have a proshop and don't really want a proshop. If you need parts or need to get a gun fixed, they can often help you out. If you need parts then they will probably have to order them unless you have a Tippmann. They can't fix all guns but they will usually help you out in some way.

staff- Friendly people who are fun to talk to.

refs- Usually don't get excited about reffing unless there are tourney players. This is probably because tourney players have a greater tendancy to let their anger get the best of them as well as they need refs more than beginners. They mainly focus on making sure players are safe and keep their masks down and not on reffing games.

players- A lot of players are noobs. During good whether there will often be some tourney guys out there and you can usually get some good games in.

Facilities- No running water because of their location. Porta-john. The fields are very nice and the netting was well done. Looks very good overall.

Food- They have mini-pizzas, hot pockets, corndogs, candy, coke, water, and gatorade. They also almost always make popcorn which is FREE!

Overall, this is a very nice field. It could use some improvements but it is still a great field to visit.

Also, it appears that many of you who left reviews spent a lot of your time criticizing this field and praising Silver Spur Splat. If you're going to leave a review, leave a fair one. I'm not assuming anything here but it seems like you're just putting this place down to try and get more business at Silver Spur. Yes, this field could use improvements, but this is really a very nice field to play on. If you're a beginner to paintball or want to play someplace new, you should definately consider going to Paintball Paradise.

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