First the plusses: They have an excellent Pro shop with many parts, neatly organized, and great service. The prices have changed from last year (which kept me from going) and the web site needs to be updated to show the new prices. Now you can get a one year membership for $20. Paint has dropped a lot also, with many different choices from marbs, evil, down to big ball. The woods course is very cool as far as the diversity of the terrain (i.e. cliffs, ledges, boulders, ravines, clearings, and plain woods).
Now the minuses: This is a city owned ski hill six months out of the year which limits a lot of permanent structures (for now anyway). So for the Sup air field it is just blow up bunkers- kinda small ones, and the Sup air fields themselves are very small. There are two of them. No reffing- very odd (o k once in a great while there is one but not usually) Not that you need one as long as everyone plays fair but for paint checks it would be nice.
So, bottom line it is a great shop with limited fields but for a quick after work shoot out it is ok.
Well i've been there a couple of times i usually go to superior fire power but the view there is absolutely sick!!! Also the blown up bunkers small but we'll just have to see what it will be like in a month or so.
Last edited on Monday, May 9th, 2005 at 7:05 pm PST