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PostmanPete Monday, January 18th, 2010
Period of
Field Use:
Just once
Date There: January 17th, 2010
3 months
Other Fields
in the Area:
Hurlburt Field Paintball- Not even comparable
Review: We had heard good things about this field from a friend of ours, so despite it being about a 90 minute drive, it was well worth it.
We went on a Sunday, and arrived when it opened, at 9 AM. We were the first ones there, but within an hour, there was over a dozen people.
The fields are enormous, with about 4 different fields. There is a mound field, with a tall mound, about 30-40 feet high, in the center of a moat, with 3 bridges connected to it. This is defiantly the best field here. We could have done attack and defend on this field all day, and still had fun.
There is another woodsball area, just as large, with an island in the center, and large A-frames around it. Both sides are rather evenly matched.
There is also a field they call "Trailers". it has two trailers at opposite ends of the field, with old boats scattered throughout the middle, with plenty of places for cover. Capture the flag is a lot of fun on this field.
There is also a speedball field, but we did not play on it. It is the standard kind, with inflatable bunkers.

The staff is very friendly and helpful. We had a problem with something we purchased from them, and they replaced it immediately, free of charge.
Their pro shop is very well stocked, and they have a wide selection of items, from masks, to pods, pod packs, paint, and tanks.
They do require that you use their paint, but it is very reasonably priced. ($14 for 500 paintballs)
There were three groups while we were there: a large group of kids and their parents, about a dozen airsoft players, and the group we were in, which was about 20+ people of varying ages, with several parties within it.
There were two referees, one went with our group, and the other was with the kids' group. The rules are the standards, ten foot surrender, masks on at all times on the field, etc. However, they do have a unique rule, unique to their location. The paintball center itself used to be a zoo, and they retained the petting zoo part, so quite often goats, pigs, cats, and the occasional llama would wander through the ready area. However, we didn't have a problem with any animals in the actual playing areas.
They have seperate men/women restrooms, along with a full service food counter, with pizzas, quesadillas, etc.
They have a full service repair/rental area, with anything you don't have available for rent.
This was definitely the best paintball center we've ever been to, and we don't really have a reason to go anywhere else.
Last edited on Monday, January 18th, 2010 at 5:04 pm PST

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