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maaksel Monday, September 20th, 2010
Period of
Field Use:
Less than a month
Last There: September 18th, 2010
3 years
Other Fields
in the Area:
Several fields in California, here in DC we have done Pev's and Hogsback.
Review: As other reviews said, a bit off the beaten path to get to.

Overall I had a good time here. Hopefully in the future they'll get a more established 'base camp' area with some more seating and maybe some food to purchase.

These were the best 2 ref's I've ever had. Very active on the field, escorting players out of bunkers when hit, very vocal and firm - yet fun to chat with between games.

I spoke with Mike briefly, not sure if he is the owner/manager, but he was very nice and genuinely interested in our feedback. It's a bit of the drive from northern VA, but we'll be back for sure.

Fields were great, I personally like their semi-woodsball field and the 'far city' field. Not many fiends in all, I believe I counted 5, but big enough and organized enough to get things squared.

Giving an 8 due to the 'conditions' compared to other more established fields - including their own fields in different areas. If they just got it a bit more established they would deserve a 12.

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