The address is on the Pev's paintball website, just paste it into mapquest.
Safety: Safe. If one of the ref's doesn't catch you without your barrel cover on or your mask off then somebody else will and let you know. I wouldn't be worried.
Fields: Pretty spankin' new. They have a couple professional quality turf speedball fields and about 5 or 6 other fields that are filled with structures of various sorts. The fields include 2 speedball esque areas that use all artificial rocks as cover, there is a field called "logs" that is simply a wanna-be woodsball field that had big ass tree trunk logs and 5 or 6 feet little planted trees as cover. And that brings me really to my only gripe about the field. Although I did enjoy the little town that was constructed and some other fields, they didn't technically have any "woodsball" fields that require walking on a path of some sort into the woods to get to. That is unfortunately my favorite aspect of paintball being a woodsballer and rocking 60 dollars worth of legit ass Marine Corps camo from Ranger Surplus. Anywho, to the average paintballer the fields are fresh and fun.
Hours of Operation: 11:00 am- 5:00 pm
Prices: $20 for admission and all day air; TIP: the paint is mad expensive if you buy it at the field so since you have to use their paint your better off going to your local Pev's pro shop and grabbing your paint there as it starts at $39.99 a case versus $59.99 at the field.
Rules: Same as anywhere else.
Services: There is a fully operational pro shop on site at the field along with food and drinks.
Overall: If your relatively in the area and are getting the itch to break away from the same scene at your local field for a day I recommend making the trip. And dont forget to get paint at the pevs pro shop before you go, your wallet will thank me.
Last edited on Monday, September 21st, 2009 at 4:18 am PST