Played at CPP- Too many people, not enough playing, waste of time
Directions to the Field:
Parker Exit. Go west through first stop sign. Follow the road up the hill through a few more stop signs. Soon you will see a few signs and you can't miss it.
Safety- They are very big on safety there. I went there today and the refs kicked a few kids off of the field for lifting goggles on the field, blind-firing, barrel covers, etc. You can always expect to get yelled at when you're goggles are up and you're on a field.
Fields- They have 2 airball fields and now 5 scenario (used to be 4). One airball field is full turf, and the other is partially turfed. They have 5 scenario fields: Afghanistan, Baghdad, Hamburger Hill, Graveyard, and Spool. The new field is smaller than the other four, but it makes for a more intense game and is my favorite.
Hours of Operation- They are open from 9-4, and they usually will run right up to 4.
Prices- Prices are on their website www.warpedpaintballpark.com
Staff- Their staff is very friendly, eager to help out, and very knowledgeable.
Refs- The refs are fair, they don't check for chrono every round, but what park does. People shoot hot and it happens, but most people are ok with 280 fps. I just make sure my paint is shooting straight and I could care less hot fast it is firing.
Players- Players are always mixed. I've gone many times, and there is always a mix of players, newbies, intermediates, and advanced. They do a decent job there at evening out the teams constantly.
Food- They have snacks and drinks, and they also order pizza for lunch. They aren't overpriced by any means, like at a baseball game (5 bucks for a hot dog) so it is convenient.
I have been to this field, then after a couple times I wanted to switch it up and go to a different field (CPP), that was a horrible mistake. I never feel let down when I leave the park every time.