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OtisNixon Sunday, May 9th, 2010
Period of
Field Use:
Just once
Date There: May 7th, 2010
Less than a month
Review: This was my first paintball game, so experienced players will probably take this review with a grain of salt.

First the good. The staff was very professional from check in to check out. The refs were helpful and friendly, always quick to help someone whose rental gear malfunctioned (which happened quite a bit actually), and kept the games running smoothly. I have nothing to compare prices to, but they seemed affordable.

The bad, which is the key part of this review. Apparently the owner of the field has opened it up to logging, which has virtually ruined most of the playing area. The website advertises twelve fields and they actually only have six. One of the six, "The Pond," has tire tracks that are two feet deep and about 2-3 feet wide running across the width of the field. After a rainy night, all of the indentions in the field, where they had parked their logging trucks basically, become marsh land and make the field unplayable.

The other four courses we played were fine, but the actual product does not match what is advertised. I played with a group that had played the field last year (pre-logging) and they were complaining about the drop in the quality of the fields. One of the refs apologized for the playing situation and made it seem as if they were making do as best as they could. I guess the hardcore players will still come out, but casual players should be wary that the fields are not what they used to be and what they are advertised as.

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