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PB-Dan.S.J. Monday, July 6th, 2009
Period of
Field Use:
2 years
Last There: June 21st, 2009
2 years
Other Fields
in the Area:
Bragg Creek Outdoor
to the Field:
Go to website ( or Google Maps to print of directions. Hint: Just keep driving, and driving, and driving, annnddd driving.
Review: It is a great field. It is a 110 acre area split into 17 huge fields that you and your buddies can play on for hours. The staff are very nice and are willing to help you if your gun isn't working. There is no refs which can be good and bad. Good because you don't have to hear "Masks on!" or "Barrel plugs in!" every two seconds of the day, and they don't give away your position (they usually hang around a large group of players). They also provide free hot dogs and powdered drinks, which aren't half bad.
On the other hand the parking is increadibly limited (you have to park in a grass area once the lot is full) and there is animal poop all over the fields (one of my friends slid right into a pile...). Infact there was a Lama sitting in my teams fort. It took ten minutes for us to make it go away. They should also increase the size of their proshop and coveral room it's VERY cramped!!!

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