Had not played in 10 years or more before trying DMZ.
Directions to the Field:
Best way is to print out the map and directions from their website. It is accurate and simple.
I hadn't played paintball in over 10 years and was a bit reticent to try it again. I talked with Paul and, after that discussion, decided to give it a try. The field was MUCH larger and far better maintained than anything I saw “back in the day” and the equipment I was rented was simply awesome. The “marker” was extremely accurate and was faster with the paint than I was able to pull the trigger. The masks were all in great shape, didn’t fog up, and were clear and clean. I was issued an air (vice CO2) tank as part of my rental. There was a tournament that day (5 man teams randomly chosen) and I was very pleasantly surprised when the team “captain” smiled and made me welcome even when he knew I was a raw newbie and likely to be a detriment. In short, EVERYONE from the owner/operator of the field through each and every player to the refs was an absolute pleasure to meet and by and large they are GOOD at this! Even more amazing, everyone was helpful and had a ready piece of advice (and once even a squeegee handy to help clean the old guy’s marker when I fired a paintball into my cover). If you are a great player or just a person looking for something truly fun to do on a weekend or two, don’t miss DMZ, the great folks that play there or the great staff. P.S. Can you tell I was impressed???