Hopperz-really friendly, good prices, not enough fields to keep me coming back
PSI indoor-ok when the winter hits and you just want to shoot paint but you cant work on any skills here.
PSI outdoor-lots of different fields but lousy refs, they spend more time talking to friends then watching the fields. Team guys would play in ramping against renters in semi and nothing was done to correct the problem.
Directions to the Field:
Google maps or their website both give great directions
I went to this field for the first time looking for somewhere to practice with my RXL team last season. We wherent getting enough time at our home field due to competition from other teams. Marked welcomed us with open arms. He told us he only had one rule aside from the standard safety stuff, no bad mouthing other fields. He opened the field for us on wednesday evenings for us to practice.
I obviously went back after our first experince because there was no reason not to. They have gold quality paint for the same price as you pay for bronze at other fields. They have no field fee (although this year they are asking for donations in plce of field fees to be donated to the community). They have 5 fields last season and have 5 new ones coming this season.
The owners are nice people who genuinly care about paintball and the rep it gets in the community.
The refs are players that belong to his RXL/CX4 teams so they know how to tech guns when they go down and know the rules and safety aspects of the game.
Marked goes out of its way to encourage all players aswell as try and prevent anonnimity between other fields and teams.
If you need to rent equipment they have 2 different kinds of markers SP-1 and A-5. Both shoot well. When I started there they rented the typical JT mask that fogs up but sine then they have been replacing them with new masks that dont fog (proto I beleive)