Outlaw upon Outlaw
Pain Hill is Pain Hill. If you are afraid of pushing yourself, and do not play paintball for the thrill and the victory, the fun and comradere, then do not come to Pain Hill. The guys that run this field do it because they love it. It doesn't save them time, or make them money, or get their name in fancy paintball mags, or score points with their significant others. They want guys like you and me to come out there and shoot up the woods. Their interest lies in keeping things orderly, via numerous scenario games played throughout the day and a spacious neutral zone. Also, their interest is to keep everyone safe, through game day reading of the rules, to mandatory mask on field rules. I didn't really know anyone when I first went there to play and now only 3 months later I have many people that I look forward to seeing when I go.
Now, the other reviews covered all the technicals of the field so I don't have to go there, but, If you were to ask me if you should go there for your first time, I would say yes. Why? Because war ain't always easy and pretty, so why not go and see what its like.