1. I have no idea why anyone has a problem with the staff. I found them very helpful. Heard NO profanity from them and they were more than happy to give someone a hand.
2. Decent amount of fields. Didn't have to play the same field twice.... kinda.
3. Lots of shade in parking area.
4. Great organization. Games started promptly and there wasn't much down time.
The things that need work:
1. Varity of fields. Look at your * key. See the shape? That's pretty much how the 3 fields we played on were, they kept overlapping. No real hills or ravines, just flat(ish) ground.
2. Only selling one type of paint. (for $65 at that)
3. Make sure "store" is fully stocked. (i.e. detents, 9v's, rags, etc etc.)
4. A few more benches in the parking area.
5. A speed ball course? Personally I can't stand speed ball. However, there are a TON of players that love it.
6. Move the bathrooms somewhere other than RIGHT next to the filling station.
7. Better signage on the road. I drove right past it and had to try to turn around.
Overall a decent field but, nothing special. Not a place I would go out of my way to play at but, if it's there and people are playing I'll go. I heard one of the refs say "we have 800 acres" if you have 800 acres, find some variety in the fields. Itís a great place for people that don't have a lot of experience. Seasoned players, however, might find it a bit boring.
A few people complain about them putting a little glue on their marker. It's a paintball gun, the oils from the paint will do far more damage then a little glue ever will do. If you're a decent player and clean your gun after every use then it really shouldn't matter because the glue comes right off. If people weren't cheaters and didn't turn up their gun after being chrono'd there wouldn't be a problem.
Last edited on Sunday, September 7th, 2008 at 5:35 pm PST