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ClawInFace Wednesday, May 27th, 2009
Period of
Field Use:
3 months
Last There: May 16th, 2009
Paintball
Experience:
3 months
Other Fields
in the Area:
Next
Defcon
CQB
Paintball City
Directions
to the Field:
Maple Grove off Courtice Road on the highway... Mapquest it.
Review: Well when I first went there, I didn't know what to expect; It was my first time going paintballing and I wasn't fond of going to a woodsball place for my first time. I'm a speedballer, i wear a blue Angel jersey and whatever pants i have at home, shoot an ion and really don't fit in at all, but that didn't matter when I got to the field.

The people there are really kind. There was about 4 - 6 Staff members there at any given time. The two older guys, a younger kid, and a ref.

So let me break down my experience into little sections so you can see what you want too.

PAINT/PRICING:

I had my own gear so for me to get in was only $10, my father on the other hand was renting and had to pay ABOUT $30 for a Tippmann 98 with a shake-n-shoot loader, CO2 tank, etc. Pretty reasonable. The paint costs $20 for 500 rounds. Seeing how this is woodsball, that's a good price because you WILL NOT be shooting as much paint as in Speedball.

Ultimately pricing isn't something you have to worry about. Make sure to bring a spare $10 if you're under 16, 'cause you NEED to wear a neck-guard.

Also, the paint they use is pretty damn good quality.

FIELDS:

There are 2 fields to my knowledge. A scenario field with hill and sandbag bunkers, wood bunkers and a tower. Then there's the bushball field with loads of skinny trees, fallen trees, a base in the middle, LOTS of mud and enough mosquitoes to infect a continent. Lets talk about the scenario field.

We played the scenario field about 4 out of the 5 games that were played during my time there. It is a great field with great bunkers. There's the "american" side, and some native, run down side with small wood bunkers, sand and grass bunkers, and tall grass on the right side. The American side is well pampered with tall wooden bunkers, sandbag bunkers with netting (which may I add, makes you almost invisible), a wooden helicopter (don't get excited, it hardly resembles a real one), and a tall wooden tower which equals your death.

It's a nice field, very fun and well spread out. Had great fun there.


Now the other field. The bushball field. Keep in mind it rained a few days before and the tree cover makes it dark so that sun can't dry up the moisture from the field but DAMN it is SO MUDDY. Unless you're bringing paintball boots, stay away from that field. Also, the mosquitoes are BROODING in there, so make sure to wear a long sleeved jersey or something. I only played here once, and this was the last game I played here before I had to leave. Never again will I play there until the mud goes away. Not recommended.

STAFF:

The staff are nice people, willing to answer your questions and help out.

OVERALL:

It's a great field. I recommend a membership. I met alot of cool people that day and am going back. Don't miss your chance to go here, even you speedballers. ^_^
 

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