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marktbmayhem Saturday, June 6th, 2009
Period of
Field Use:
3 months
Last There: June 6th, 2009
Paintball
Experience:
More than 5 years
Other Fields
in the Area:
Genesis (Formerly FrontLine) Great owners, small field since they moved....great speedball!!!
Kohns Great staff, great speedball, woodsball fields are way too big, covered in cow poo and way overgrown.
Blitzkrieg We spent literally 10 mins there and left after seeing their "fields" and meeting their "staff" (cough cough)
Directions
to the Field:
US 19 North, Just past Little Rd. Make a right on Houston Ave. and follow it down, will be on the right once the road goes to dirt
Review: Let me begin by giving you fine folks my background.... I have been playing this game for 15 years. I was a ref at Thunder Bay for 5 years, played with Counter Productive and Strange. I reffed 2 semi-finals leading to the world cup Orlando. That being said, seeing some of the comments that speak negatively of this field are obviously from competition. Yes, Bernie (referred as "the old guy previously") is very strict, but ALL players have to remember, safety is a HUGE issue. I play there 2-3 times a month, and players seem to have "forgetful moments", more at this field than I have ever seen. Unless you are regulars like we are, he has to think you're a new player, and even at that, he still sometimes gives us the deal. If you actually take the time to get to know the staff, they are actually pretty cool. Tim is a great owner, he runs a great operation. ALL players seem to forget that you are on THEIR PROPERTY, which equals, if you have issues, its a simple fix, buy some land, bunkers and everything else involved with paintball and start a field. It rained in the am today, so Bernie let his refs go, considering it was only our team there, letting us have full control of our play. After some time, alot more players showed up, leaving Bernie to ref alone. He did a great job, and towards the end of the day, I helped him ref a couple games, which he graciously thanked me for.

The fields:Airball, cant say anything positive to be honest (always deflated)
Hyperball: Absolutely the best, well put together
Trailers: Fun, but a little hairy, considering the fact you could get waxed under the trailer
GhostTown Graveyard, Fun field, not my fav, but it is fun to play on (take the far side ;)
Vietnam Village: GREAT woodsball field, for those that didnt learn in the brush before xball, airball was invented, give it a whirl, its fun.....and theres nothing inflatable.
Hilldago(excuse my spelling, it was named after a young man who played there, but tragically died in a boating accident, that was a reg at the field) This is one of my favs, you cant do more than 6 on 6, but try it out, its fun and intense. Its a grass field with a western feel ( ie, hay bails, outhouses, and stuff like that)

Prices are good, especially now, buy a case and pay no air/field fees....55 bucks top for the day.

Real poopers, no JiffyJohns

Hot dogs for lunch, that are pretty tasty, if you like lips and a••holes.

Overall its a great field, 1 of 2 our team will play at.

Last edited on Sunday, June 7th, 2009 at 9:39 am PST
 

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