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zazor18 Sunday, December 13th, 2009
Period of
Field Use:
Just once
Date There: December 12th, 2009
Paintball
Experience:
More than 5 years
Other Fields
in the Area:
A whole bunch of fields in NJ, PA, NY, Cali, and Chicago.
Directions
to the Field:
It's a little ways off from the NJ Turnpike. An internet map will get you there but you have to drive a little further past the address that's posted. Just look for signs once you are in the general area. Even with a gps you will have to look for the signs to get to the place.
Review: Fields:
There is only one field in the place which is of decent size. They kept the field fairly clean. My main complaint was that they didn't fill up some bunkers that obviously were useless for a game. The lighting is on the dim side but not horrible.

Rentals:
The masks they used seem to vary but looked ok. The markers used are your typical Tippman custom 98's. I believe vests are extra if you want to rent that. I forget what sort of pod loaders they give you but I believe they were the 100 round pods in a two pack hauler.

Price: If you have your own gear it's $20 to get on the field and $58 for a 2000 round case of RPS Stinger.

Safety: They are pretty good with the mask and barrel bag checks when you get on the field.

Refs:
The refs were not on the field while the games went on. They hang on the side lines so unless you are on that side playing there won't be any calls on players and no paint checks. But the refsI dealt with were friendly for the most part and the people I played with that day were good at calling themselves out so in the end it made for many nice games.

Wait Time:
Turn around wasn't too bad. It's not a huge place. Something like 8-10 picnic tables big if that gives you any sense of size. So wait times were about 15min at most.

Pro Shop:
The shop is well stock with various markers and an assortment of gear. I didn't get a chance to check out their prices.

Food:
They will order pizza or sandwiches for you. But there are a lot of places you can go to if you head over to RT18.
They have some vending machines for drinks and snacks.

Misc:
The staging area was very clean. There wasn't much of anything on the floor for you to slip on and they are quite diligent with sweeping up loose balls lying around on the floor.
They have a bunch of video games and I believe an xbox if you decide not to go on the field.
They have compressed air @ 3000 psi and CO2 refills.
There is a men's and women's bathrooms.
Last edited on Sunday, December 13th, 2009 at 5:37 pm PST
 

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