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skooby030 Monday, March 3rd, 2008
Period of
Field Use:
Just once
Date There: March 1st, 2008
3 years
Other Fields
in the Area:
Underground in Joplin (closed) , Bunker, Jaegers in KC, Springfield Paintball, Frogger in Wichita.
to the Field:
Its located in a park, use google or call store for directions. They are VERY helpful and give awesome directions.
Review: We went on a saturday, there was a group of kids playing for a bday party, we got to play with them, they all played pretty fair. Woods ball was the only thing going, they actually set up some bunkers for us to play..... Very nice of them to do it. It was just me and another guy playing on them. Im not a big woods ball fan, but they have the best woods ball Ive played at. Its got really good flow. The owners were very helpful, even recommended some other playing fields in the area. Prices on everything were really reasonable. Paint was 45, its was pretty good paint too. Feild cost was $10. Hours are 12-5 on Sat. and 1-5 on sunday. Owners said they were more busy on Sundays than Saturdays. Very clean, no trash anywhere, fields were clean, bunkers clean..... Awesome field, Awesome owners, Strongly suggest checking out this field.

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