none in wasaga, fields in kingston, hamilton, burlington, fredericton etc etc etc
This facility is much, much larger than any other i have ever attended. it is mostly woods, but is heavily supplemented with well built bunkers, towers, props and even all out forts. there are also speedball and field type playing areas as well and hills and ridges in the woods that make for spectacular large game play.
Directions to the Field:
Directions were sufficient, but a little hazy. We found it, but were uncertain we were going in the right direction untill we saw the facility.
Alright, I have only played this field once, and traveled a long ways to get there, around 5 hours. I attended their Operation Outbreak 2008 big game, the largest in Canada to date with over 1700 players. On arrival, parking was orderly and well directed with staff directing all incoming traffic. From signing waivers at the dedicated table to walking out fully registered with all our paint for the day was around 3 to 5 minutes, thats with 1700 people registering. a very prompt and efficient staff was on hand to help and process everyone. playing was kind of expensive, with paint at120$ a case and 40$ admission at the door. facilities were expansive and easy to find your way around, with more than 10 staff takign care of co2 and air refills and many gun techs to assist in fixing broken equipment. Reffing in game was fantastic, i have no complaints. They were everywhere they were needed, at flag points and in the middle of firefights. The days objectives were a little vague, at least for the team i played(mutant); but overall I have never played a better field and i am lookign forward to the next big game.