The accuracy of this review is disputed. Please see discussion below.
Period of Field Use:
April 19th, 2009
More than 5 years
I went to Pain Hill and they do not follow safety standards at all. The field is on a hill so when it is wet you can't play on the field. I heard a rumor that they stole all of their rental equipment from another field. I almost got hurt there. I did not like playing there at all. There is nothing else to say about that field. I will NEVER go there again.
Dispute: i know Hammer_Time And All He Does is Drink 24-7 And he's just trying to get the his Friends Field More Credit In the Area, Now Like I said i If he didnt drink 24-7 then maybe he wouldnt be getting paid to bad-mouth painhill , but he will do anything for money and beer ,,And i told Hammer_time i will not be apart of this crap with him .
so painhill i'm sorry my friend lied about this and put a bad mark on this page about you , but beleive me everyone that goes to painhill knows that you have a wonderful field and dont listen to Hammer_time crap like i he just trying to make people come to his freinds field instead of yours ,,,no worries painhill your the best.
Last edited on Thursday, May 7th, 2009 at 6:39 am PST
yea like Paintballdudes said it is a very nice field and Hammer_Time does not know what he is talking about. I know the owners Doj and Moose they follow the saftey rules and idk what Hammer_Time is talking about they dont steal the rental equipment from other fields
Dispute: I've played twice now at PainHill. The assertions made by Hammer_Time are inaccurate. Safety is a top priority at PainHill, and the rule were covered extremely well before any games began. A tour of the landscape before-hand even better enabled me to make observations regarding the terrain. The hill is heavily wooded, with a clearing at the top, and trails along the way. There is no more danger on this field than you could find in any woods, anywhere. Also, the property boundaries are well marked and explained so players don't have any risk of wandering elsewhere.
In regards to the "rumor" ... I can only assume this stolen gear rumor is false. I know the integrity of the guys running this field is solid. As well as the guys who I have met there. I left my spare gear at the staging area the entire time we are playing, and never had any fear of items going missing. Plus, the first time I played at this field, Doj, one of the administrators let me borrow a barrel for my Model 98 when I ran into difficulty with my flat-line (dimpled paint + flatline = fail). I appreciated the consideration.
I found this field to be safe and fun.
Lastly. Hammer_Time suggested it would be impossible to play if it had rained. Let me tell ya... the Oct 25 "Red Dawn" scenario game went great DESPITE the fact that it rained most day and nights that week. We were lucky to have a dry morning , and only a few sprinkles and one brief downpour. I can testify, therefore, to the fact that rain, OR shine, this field rocks... and next season, I'm gonna be out there as much as my busy life allows!! The guys running this field go to great lengths to ensure the players are safe and having a good time.