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MrMartyMar Tuesday, January 19th, 2010
Period of
Field Use:
Less than a month
Last There: November 20th, 2009
1 year
Other Fields
in the Area:
None in the vacinity of BZ that i know of. Others in Tampa, but they don't have a 3-5man speedball field.
to the Field:
Check out their website (
Review: When i pulled down the dirt road, all i could think was "man this field is going to suck". I was wrong.
Yes, the 'shop' is/was burned down. They did have rental gear (marker, mask, CO2 tanks, chest protectors), although they are in bad cosmetic condition, they worked. I believe they were BT-4's ( They have HPA fill station that you can fill yourself, and a massive 100lb+ CO2 station (cannot fill yourself.
There is one speedball field, and another bunker style field. Both in good condition. Covered patio w/ plenty of tables.
Not to mention the price. All-day entry, air, rental gear (excluding chest protector) + a case (2000 rds) of DXS paint for $50. It is a field-paint only field, but their paint prices cannot be beaten.
Staff was A+. Very nice, and went out of their way to make sure everyone had a good time.
I would recommend Battlezone to anyone that wants a nice field to play on.

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