At first this seems like a good field to play on. Then you meet the staff. It is family run so they pretty much do whatever they want. They are way over priced. They charge $65 for "tournament paint" when it is really just practice paint. I've played several tournaments here and there has been some kind of problem with everyone. The refs are lazy and worthless. They just stand there and you basically ref yourself. If they are not standing there, then they are cheating for the few teams that they like (mostly their friends). If you are not one of those teams then you should just stay home. They cheat for the teams that they like, they care more about the name on your jersey then how well you play. One ref actually broke paint on a player just so the other team would win. We spoke to the owner, Jackie, about this several times, she always says she will talk to them. But in the two years i have played there, NOTHING HAS CHANGED.The owners are awful and the thier son is the head ref, and he is the biggest cheater of all.
It is the only field in Pueblo, that is the only reason I play there. I will NEVER play there again. It is worth the short drive to Castle Rock to play at paintball adventures. If you want a truly fantastic paintball expirence go play there. Thier refs actually care. If you want to waste your money, play at colorsplash where you will be treated like dirt. It does not matter if you are playing a speedball tournament or their terrible, backwards scenario field, DO NOT WASTE YOUR TIME AND MONEY!!!!!!!!
i would give it a 0 out of 10 if it would let me!!!!!
Derek, I am sure you would feel this way since yourself, and the team you playing with that day, were permanently eighty sixed from the field due to your team's unsportsmanlike conduct. We do not tolerate foul language, deliberate shooting of refs, endangering the safety of players, refs or spectators or threatening to shoot other people in the face in the staging areas. I am happy for you that you have found another field more to your liking, but a word of advice, PBA runs an excellent field and they won't put up with you, or your team, acting that way at their field either.
Last edited on Friday, March 27th, 2009 at 8:49 am PST