DO NOT GO HERE! They are exspensive and have poor customer service.
They used to have a special where it was a $15/$15 day; $15 entry and $15 per 500 paintballs. This was great and one of the only reasons I would attend. However, it has been increased to $20/$20 day. In effect, a case of paint is $80. In addition, any leftover paint you have, you can not bring back unless you have a membership which is a few hundred dollars. Ripoff!!!!
Instead of paying $80 a case at Poco's, go to Skirimish on half price day and load up on paint for the next 4-5 months until the next half price day. At least at Skirmish you don't need a membership to bring back your unused paint!
Another interesting point about Poco Loco's... they use the exact same paint as Skirmish. To those unfamiliar with Skirmish paint, the ball is divided in half...one side pink and one side white with the skirmish logo stamped on it. I tried to bring in a bag of paint I had previosly purchased at Poco Loco's and was told I wasn't allowed to use Skirmish paint. The policy is Poco Loco field paint only and that they don't use the same paint as Skirmish. Well, I bought a few bags of paint from the person who informed me of this policy and wouldn't you know it, same exact paint Skirmish uses.... I guess 2+2 does equal 5!
The final straw was being stopped and having to open my bags to make sure I wasn't stealing anything. No other paintball field that I know of does this. Not even Skirmish which is much larger than Poco Loco's. Skirmish does use wands which is understandable. I can somewhat sympathize with Poco Loco with this issue, but not in conjunction with the other issues.
The also know make players who bring their own guns pay for air refills.