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pb princess Friday, September 2nd, 2011
Period of
Field Use:
3 years
Last There: August 3rd, 2011
4 years
Other Fields
in the Area:
My friends and I have all played at Cowtown and Splatter Ranch and prefer Wild Planet because They are far more safe and friendly.
to the Field:
They have directions posted right on their website that we printed the first time we went.
Review: I started playing paintball when I was 13 and now I am 17 and have played at a few different fields and I can say that I feel safe at this field unlike the others I have been to. The referees make sure people are using their barrel plugs and keeping their masks on where necessary. They are awesome because they do both day and night play. They sell good paint cheap. entry is only $20 and it includes air. All the other players are really cool and great with the younger kids too like when I first started. They did not overshoot me and gave me pointers on how to play better. They only have snacks and drinks for sale but we usually just bring food with us or eat before and after. The employees are always asking if people need help and if they are having a good time. I will continue to Play here.

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