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pobbit Thursday, May 28th, 2009
Period of
Field Use:
2 years
Last There: May 27th, 2009
4 years
Other Fields
in the Area:
I played at the old kennebec valley one on 201 before this guy bought his equipment
to the Field:
Yea, its not that hard to find, one guy commented that he had to go down 10 different roads, well its not that complicated unless your coming from acrosss the state, its right in the middle of vassalboro, on webber pond, you can take Route 201, or head over from route 3, if you know where NATANIS Golf course is, well its directly across the street, theirs a huge chicken barn, its kinda hard to miss.
Review: All right well I could Rave all day about the woods course, its in a pine tree grove, flat land, NO HILLS! (easy on the legs) no rocks to trip or fall on, and the owner said hes getting a couple tractor trailer loads of wood chips soon to spread over the open areas.

The bunkers are pretty cool theyre a black material used in road construction, provides plenty of cover some are low but theirs so damn many of them its hard to get pinned down in any one section. They also got giant wooden spools(that you can roll to provide cover), boats, and just added some tall black drainage culvets standing up at one end, makes 2 decent forts. The pine trees are the best part I think, you could play in the rain (if you wanted to) on most of the course without getting wet, and the best part is on those hot summer days about 3/4 of the course is fully shaded, so you can play for hours in 90 degree heat and not get withered like most courses, but if you like open sky the speed ball course is one of the best ive ever seen, nice grass to slide on, spacing is perfect and I like how quick the rounds go(these guys got it down to a science and its only their second year in operation!)
The course can be seperated into 3 large sections if needed for multiple games, or used all as one, theirs no net seperating each one.


Wow thats all I can say is WOW! They been mentioning it since last year but they just got it up and going a couple weeks ago, and let me just say, it was worth the wait, its a decent size course for inside, about 90FT x 50FT and thats a perfect size for the fast paced action of speed ball.

Theirs 2 netted areas on both ends for the teams to wait, due to the size its best to play with 2x2 or 3x3 teams but they switch up quick, so you could play with up to 10 or 15 switching in and out. and the ceiling lights are SICK, theyre just cheap colored lights from i-party or something but the way they arrainged the color scheme and the setup of the lights almost messes with your depth perception from either end making the game more insane, and if thats not enough for you theyll throw on some music and strobe lights which just makes it extremely intense!! and if thats still not enough they got 2 fog machines going!! The msuic isnt that loud, but then again if it was you wouldnt be able to hear people screaming SURRENDER! or OUT! and did I mention the paint job they laid on the floor! its pretty neat, they even laid down their little DEVIL symbol in the center of it all. you gotta check it out!!

Prices for the indoor are $15 to play with all the equipment, 200 balls and its just $5 a hopper after that, cant beat it!!! basicaly you can play until you get sick of being shot at, the only downside to the indoor course is they dont allow outside guns unless theyre chroned down by you, and im not sure if they allow full auto indoors. but either way its worth it.

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