Google the address. They have a fairly large sign on the entrance.
- Reps may be young but they do their best to make things fun.
- Staffs willingly work with players to sort out some issues.
- All woodsball with various terrain. Different enough yet not overly complicated.
- Resonable price (Unlike Skirmish USA, PA) $ 25 entrance fee / $35 entrance fee w/gear rental (mask, marker, and tank) / $ 55 for a box of Stingers (2000 count)
- Voluntary chrono (some players were definitely shooting hot)
- No team balance check between the games. In mid-game, we were completely out numbered (players dropping out and some changing teams) with four kids on our side. Not fun if your team is on a losing streak for 8+ rounds.
- No snack stand. I saw someone selling girl-scount cookies but I don't think he was the owner. I wonder whether or not I can bring my drink/food next time.
* Staff/Reps were doing their job and i could see them actually trying very hard. It has nothing to do with Picasso Lake, but some players were just flat out a*holes. (What can you do...) I saw one of the kids on my team got lit up by opposition. As he was walking toward to a deadbox (with barrel plugged and gun pointed in the air), some asses were still firing at him. Come on!
Highly recommended. I will definitely go there again with my buddies from work.
** Updates (3/8/2008) **
I went back to the place 3/8/2008 with 7 other co-workers.
Despite the horrendous weather (down pouring rain), not only they were open but also did their best to accommodate everyone's needs. I didn't catch the ref's name but man...he was really professional. (Imagine running around in muddy fields while raining and trying to make fair calls)
Last edited on Monday, March 10th, 2008 at 6:08 pm PST