PBC greenville- smaller. However PBC's scenerios are a little better than Red Fox. If you are looking for scenerio, PBC. Just to play, Red Fox for sure.
I played paintball for the first time at red fox, and what an introduction to the sport it was!!! Vaughn, the owner, is great. He gave us all a safety orientation before we started. He yelled at some kids who were messing around. Their "proshop" is a dilapidated (broken down) trailer, so not very impressive... Their paint is a tad expensive, at $22 a bag. When I go, my friends and I combine money for a case, which is $60, so then it only ends up being $15 a bag. Their fields are AMAZING!! They have I think 200-300 acres! You would have to go every Saturday for a month from opening to closing to play every field! They have more than 20!! Refs are great. We were told that if we took off our masks (during a game) twice, we would have the choice to sit out a game or take the firing squad (everyone playing in your group gets to take one shot at you.) Lets just say no one took off their masks. Junkyard is an amazing field! It is in essence a junkyard with old rusty cars and even a German Half Track! Cool field! I also like Silverado, which is an old Western town that has a legit underground gold mine (no real gold.) Then, the kicker is Mile High City. They were the first paintball field to have a city of THREE STORY TOWERS!!! They have a legit HOUSE, yeah house to play on but you have to be 18.
Here is a list of firsts from their website:
Red Fox had the first authentic marine fire base in 1988.
The first actual bridge across a river in 1989.
The first junkyard in 1990
The first underground gold mine in 2000
And now the first three story paintball city, Mile High City! in 2006
THE WORLD'S FIRST FOUR STORY PAINTBALL TOWER in 2006
Overall Red fox is the best paintball field EVER. Only thing is that they don't have speedball. Which isn't a big deal for me, because I prefer woodsball.
Last edited on Thursday, November 4th, 2010 at 11:47 am PST