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Directions to the Field:
571 Quaker Farms Rd
Oxford, CT 06478-1393
From Route 8 Northbound take exit 22, Left at bottom of the ramp and then left again at the light onto Route 67 West. Follow to Route 188 South in Southford go left at the light . After approximately 1 mile look for entrance on right. Pull into gate with Yankee Paintball signs on right. Follow parking signs.
From Route 8 Southbound take exit 22. At the bottom of the ramp go right onto Route 67 West, follow to Route 188 South in Southford and go left at the light. After approximately 1 mile look for Yankee Paintball signs on the right. Pull into the gate and follow parking signs.
From I-84 Eastbound take exit 15 turn right at the bottom of the ramp and follow Route 67 South. Turn right onto Route 188 South at the light . After approximately 1 mile look for entrance on right. Pull into gate with Yankee Paintball signs on right. Follow parking signs.
From I-84 Westbound take exit 16, turn left at the bottom of the ramp and follow Route 188 South. Continue on Route 188 South in Southford by going left at the first light and right at the second. After approximately 1 mile look for entrance on right. Pull into gate with Yankee Paintball signs on right. Follow parking signs.
From the parking area, cross the street by the Enter signs and follow the trail to the staging area (150 yards) bring your gear with you.
I played here on Labor day weekend (Sunday) 2008.
I was able to play for about 3 hours on this field and I have to say I had a great time.
Safety was indeed a first priority for this field. Not once did I feel unsafe. Safe zones and goggles on area's were clearly marked.
I met with (and played paintball with) one of the owners, Glen, who was a very friendly guy, that cares about his field and advancing the sport of paint ball.
There were plenty of Refs on hand and all were of a good quality and understood their job.
I believe at the time I played they had five fields although I only had time to play speedball on the hayfield, which is a speedball field made of hay, really cool to actually see 'puff's' from your paintballs hitting the bunkers.
I also played 'The Knoll' which was a nice field with good cover, and lots of hilly areas that you can't see over or around. A stream also runs through this field.
Field entry was between $20-$25 including taxes paid on field entry and $60 dollars for a case of paint, a better grade is available for $75.
There was only a small store which had basic paintball stuff available (o-rings etc.) , the staff in the office were two friendly girls, one of which was the owners daughter.
I don't know if beverages were available as I brought my own and did not notice.
The players at the field were typical paintball types, after a short time even though some of us had just met we were talking like old friends, this goes for the staff also.
For a Field that has been in business a little over a year Yankee Paintball is GREAT!!! I will be returning when I am in CT again and have the time. They made me feel like I was home!
As a previous poster said, "All in all, a very comfortable setting for new and seasoned players alike!"
Last edited on Friday, September 26th, 2008 at 7:01 pm PST