Carnage Paintball - Woodstock
Classic Paintball - Atlanta
Thunder Valley(?) Paintball - Macon
Also, every field in Las Vegas that's been open over the last seven years.
Directions to the Field:
Okay, I played here today due to me having a hankering to play some speedball all week. Of course it rains, so I'm stuck having to go Indoor.
Anyway, I'll start with the high points:
- Indoors, incase of rain
- Pro Shop, incase you need something
- The turf on the field isn't as slippery as most indoor fields; they put rubber gravel down for more traction
- "Airball"... kinda.
- Gas Station right behind the field if you need food
- Vibes for rentals.
And now, the muck:
- The Rentals use BARREL PLUGS!?!??? Really?? I mean... weren't those banned from the industry like five years ago??
- This is NOT a new-player-freindly field; There is no bps cap in place, no distance or surrender rules, overshooting is constant.
- New players are not separated from more experienced players.
- Today there were maybe thirty or forty people playing; and they'd get them all on the field at once. The field is WAY too small for a 20 v. 20
- F.P.O., which is expected, but $80 for a case of White Box!?!?? give me a break.
- Oh yeah, that's on top of $10 for air and $10 for entry.
- Only one ref on the field at a time
- Most of the staff seemed distant and unmotivated, unhappy to be there almost.
- The staging area floor is bare concrete which gets really slippery.
- Most of the bunkers were very deflated, the field wasn't mirrored and the middle "fort" is a deathtrap.
All in all, not somewhere I'll ever be returning to, unless they get a full airball setup that is actually mirrored, and lower the cost of play. Price gouging is not cool.