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Big Rol! Saturday, July 4th, 2009
Period of
Field Use:
Just once
Date There: July 4th, 2009
3 years
Other Fields
in the Area:
Survival Game of Texas, Tactical Paintball
to the Field:
I actually played at the new Paintball Zone North< located at 59 and 1960.
Review: Ok..... to start off with, this field surpassed my expectations, so kudos! Compared to some fields in the area< survival game of texas, it is a whole lot better, no doubt about it.

Safety : the refs were so respectful and responsible to all of the players: A

Fields: good fields, wooded area for woodsball but developed to keep the game moving. room for improvement but there is potential.

Prices: very good prices, 20 dollars for field fee and BYOB and 10 dollars for all day air. pretty good deal because of the all day air.

Overall: the refs were realy good and professional and really wanted to know what the consumers wanted to play. The manager, Leo, was very upbeat and talked to people outside, even though it was like 100 degrees outside!!! lots of tree coverage so the heat didn't bother us so much. There were noobs and veterans and it seemed that we all had fun today! Thank you Paintball Zone North for a great 4th of July.

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