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CrashCart Friday, October 15th, 2010
Period of
Field Use:
4 years
Last There: July 13th, 2010
More than 5 years
Other Fields
in the Area:
This is the closest on to my hometown but compared to other field it for exceeds what I've seen.
Review: Safety: this is key for the staff and they take there job seriously, I've seen players kicked out for breaking the rules
Fields: theres is eight Dunes, Airfield, Battlefield, Jungle, Fort, Woodsball, Skid Row, Normandy Beach, Bedlam, Back Alley and three more being built. this place is huge.
Hours of Operation: 11am till everyone goes home
Prices: Its expensive but it pays for the staff and the facility so its not all that bad
Rules: theres enough so you don't get hurt but your aren't limited by them
Pro shop: heated during the winter, air conditioning in the summer, houses all there gear and has clean bathrooms
Refs: they are friendly and knowledgeable and aren't not afraid to take a shot to get your to safety
Players: everyone is friendly and aren't out to kill you, easy to get along and work together

Special Note: They have the biggest scenario game in the mid west, if you can come out to there Beaches of Normandy game up to 600 players!!!!

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