The accuracy of this review is disputed. Please see discussion below.
Period of Field Use:
March 16th, 2008
More than 5 years
Other Fields in the Area:
Directions to the Field:
couldnt tell you how to get back there even if i wanted to
Well pretty much it SUCKS 1st of all no one is ever there, so I was kinda scared to even play didnt want to locked up for tresspassing. 2ndly there are no waivers to sign,no rules,and most importantly NO NETS. To me thats just plain dangerous, what if a little kid goes to watch his dad play and gets shot in the eye and it blinds him/her for the rest of there life b/c the people of this field didnt follow the safety rules. Pretty much the field is what says its a FIELD the woods course is big but again no rules,no nets,DANGER<DANGER<DANGER written all over that. If you have to use the bathroom you need to bring your own toilet paper and a shovel to dig your own hole cause there aint no porta potty. There speedball course is made of hay bales. I was completly unsastified about this field and thier operation, You are better off just going and playing behind your own house inn the woods. I am not trying to be mean or cruel but I would give this field a -10 out of 100. I have only seen one other field like this and that was in virginia.
Oh yea if you do go be sure to bring a friend and plenty of air cause most likely its just going to be you and your friend out there. with no chance of getting your tanks refilled.
Dispute: From the description that was given about the field : that there was no one there, and that you should bring plenty of air, that there is no restroom.... it seems as if this person went when that the field was not open. When the owner of the field is at the field (only on sundays from 10:00 am - until) , there is a more than needed supply of HPA and CO2, and if he had actually asked about a restroom (which leads me to think again that the field was not open) he would have been told about the Cabin 1/8 of a mile up the path that he was welcome to drive his vehicle there and use the facilities. Also as far as rules go, there are signs posted all throught and around all 3 fields stressing the need for goggles on beyond whatever point, and barrel condoms on as well. If the person actually went inside the trailer where you have to pay for air / field fee, the person would have also seen the rules of the field, clearly posted at each entrance into the supply trailer.
Last edited on Tuesday, April 15th, 2008 at 8:16 am PST
Nah dude this field was open, b/c there was only like 3 people there. Now more about the field, if you have to use the bathroom WHO wants to get in their vehicle and drive 1/8 of a mile up the road to use the bathroom, not me!!! Thats called inconvenient, yea the paint is cheaper as well as all the products but most of the paint that they sell, you can buy a walmart. The NETTING 1st of all that is a safety issue, if I go out and take my wife and my 4 year old and some folks are playing and shoot my daughter in the eye b/c of lack of NETTING!!!!! Guess what thats not SAFE PERIOD!!!!!!! There is no other paintball field in North Carolina that does not have safety netting. Safety should always come 1st, and yes I agree that the woodsball field is nicer than others, but there again no refs to be seen, A SAFETY issue!!!!! You can stress the use of goggles and barrell plugs all you want but that dies not prevent anything, there are going to be people that dont look at the signs or just ignore them at least if you had nets that would greatly decrease the chance of someone getting hurt. Im trying to say that if the right person walked up to that field someone that is just a plain A$$%*!E and wanted to play and went and intenntaly got hurt they could sue the hell out of Wild Wood b/c of the lack of safety equipment. And dont say it cant happen b/c that "lady sued mcdonalds for spilling coffee on herself saying that the cup was to hot to hold" snd if you could sue for that you could sue for anything. All I am trying to stress here is plainly stated above!