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zing Wednesday, September 24th, 2008
Period of
Field Use:
1 year
Last There: August 24th, 2008
More than 5 years
Other Fields
in the Area:
Knights Crossing
Review: I was pleasantly surprised with the experience, that I had at this field. You won't find a better group of people, that want nothing more than for the players to have a good time.

The field is about 3/4 woods and 1/4 open. The wooded area is like a speedball field in the woods.....lots of bunkers but also alot of visability. That being said, there are areas of brush and room to move around. In the open area, they have constructed a castle, that is fun to defend. This setup is good for both the new player and the experienced. I have seen a team out there playing and watched some newbs interact with them, in a positive way. No Rambo's here.

The refs are great and really watch out for the players safety. The owners, go out of their way to help everyone......especially by keeping the prices affordable. When signing in, you can order lunch for a nominal fee (pizza or subs).


Safe place to play
Inexpensive (as far as paintball can be)
Great people

My friends and I will continue to visit this field.
Last edited on Wednesday, September 24th, 2008 at 3:47 pm PST

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