This review has three reveiws in it from myself and my two sons:
I am a parent that takes my two sons to Rocky Creek about every other week and the most important thing to me is safety. At Rocky Creek everyone MUST keep their helmet on at all times when on a playing field and barrel plugs MUST be in before exiting the playing field into the prep area. These two main rules are strictly enforced with no compromise. In addition, the staff will provide an overview of all the rules for all beginners prior to play, all guns are set to 260 fps for recreational games, surrender rules are used to nearly eliminate getting shot at close range. It is the unwavering adherence to these rules and others that make Rocky Creek a very safe and fun place to play.
Rocky Creek has five separate courses including two woods ball and one speedball course. The staff always let the players decide what course they would like to play and what the object of the game will be.
The staff at Rocky Creek are very nice and helpful. They work hard to insure that everyone has a great time while playing safely and responsibly.
Plan on spending $35-$40 each if you rent equipment and shoot 500 shots and if you have your own stuff then plan on spending about $25 each for 500 shots.
The atmosphere at Rocky Creek is very friendly, fun and safe and a great place to spend and afternoon with the family.
I think the owner of rocky creek keeps it very safe. Barrel plugs on and safety masks on is a very important rule. If you don’t listen you are kicked off. You are not supposed to shoot within close range and if you do you should say sorry. The guns are set to 260 feet per second and you can only have them on semi auto.
2. Courses: The courses are really fun and have a wide variety. Theirs the Porto’ potty, king of the hill, air ball, and my favorite, just plain old wooodsball. It has very fun courses and if you know how to use them you will win a lot.
3. Staff: The staff is very good a reffing. They are nice and they make a point to know everyone’s names. They all play paintball so they enjoy it which helps there enthusiasm of reffing it. They are nice and welcoming to everyone.
4. Pricing: Their prices are fair. I have my own stuff and I get my air somewhere else but altogether a day at rocky creek with about 500 paintballs is about $25. I easily get by on that for the day. I usually have some leftover from last time so when I shoot a lot I probably go through 600- 700 rounds of paint.
5. Overall: I think rocky creek is a great place for paintballing. It’s a fun time to spend with friends and family. The staff is great and the pricing great. If you need something fun to do go to rocky creek. It probably wont be the last time you go
Safety- I thought that rocky creek paintball wouldn’t be very organized. But it is, before you leave the field you have to put your barrel plug on, mask on all times when your on the field. If your new there’s rules that an employee will go over with you like you have to keep a distance of twenty feet and some other ones.
Service- The employees are great there are about 5-8 employees there so you never have to wait for a game and there really nice. One time everyone was leaving and we asked if we could play one on one and he took out the field and we played.
Fields- The fields are really good and I like them a lot there’s a pourta potty, speedball course, half-pipe, king of the hill, woods ball, and many woods ball.
Some different games you can play with the fields is capture the frog, capture the base is where you capture a base and whoever has it at the end of the game wins. Capture the flag is were they put a flag in the middle of the speedball course and whoever captures it and brings it back to your barrel which is your starting or you just get everybody out. When you get everybody body out that’s called single elimination and you win.