Texas Paintball - Okay fields, WAY over priced
Leander Paintball Alliance - One field (the sometimes play half field) same paint price as wal-mart
This field was great. It was my first time here, and i brought 2 friends who were first time players. We were just walk-on players but were able to jump into a game right away. They had 4 fields.
Armagedon - Rocks, lots of trenches, it looked like a bomb just went off (hence the name)
Hardball - Speedball course made out of tires. It was my first time playing speedball but i
would say that it was a very well designed course. They said it was smaller than most
but it seemed fine to me.
Jungle Run - A long field, would have worked well w/ the crackhouse scenario. Attack and
defend type field.
Bunker Buster - A 2.5 acre field, was really fun, heavily wooded w/ man made bunkers also
this field had some awesome firefights between the whole team.
They are working on getting 2 new fields i believe. One of them is a Close Quarters Combat (busses and trailer homes)
The community was really great, and my friends and me asked for a ref multiple times for 1 on 1 speed-ball games, and they were always happy to help.
The paint was a good brand (flew straight, bright orange fill) and was a great price (just a little over store price)
They had rental guns that were in great shape, and they had a mechanic (for lack of a better word) that knew pretty much everything about the gear they had.
Overall i had a great time, they helped my 2 friends get into paintball, and the prices have made me want to go out there at least twice a week (even though i KNOW i can't afford that w/ what im getting paid.)Also, even though this field is 45 mins away from me, while TX paintball is 10, i am willing to make the long drive out there for a fun day of paintball.