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paintballjames Wednesday, January 14th, 2009
Period of
Field Use:
Just once
Date There: December 14th, 2008
4 years
Other Fields
in the Area:
Pevs, Bull Creek, TCP
Review: This is a top notch field. By far it is the best that I have played at. The took an old tennis facility and turned it into two paintball fields. One side being scenario and the other being x-ball. The scenario side has a loose sand floor, similar to a beach, with wooden bunkers and sandbag bunkers. There are no places to climb but you can play from inside some of the bunkers and shoot through windows, etc. The x-ball field is very well maintained. Every so often they take a broom type device that picks up all of the shell and unbroken paint. This keeps the turf in very good condition so you have good traction with just tennis shoes. The bunkers are normally well inflated and are in very good condition. The refs are pretty good. They do not interfere much unless asked to. A lot relies on player integrity, but there has not been a problem with cheaters yet that I know of. Overall this is a great field and I recommend it to anyone within a 2 hour drive. It will be well worth your travel time.

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