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al-Qeada4U Tuesday, March 18th, 2003
Period of
Field Use:
Just once
Date There: N/A
1 year
Review: Holy God! This field is awesome! Ok, I am basing this review off of one experience and that was a big game (Tippmann World Challenge) . So this may be a little different than a review for regular play.

The Good:
-This field is HUGE!!! The sheer vast scale of this place will blow any other park out of the water, there is a large pond filled with six foot tall reeds that's just freaky to be in, Large bunkers ( the Castle is nearly a half to a third acre big and two stories and other bunkers are the size of "forts" at other fields.And a village!) there was a problem with all things being outdoors, but they are building an indoor proshop/ staging area for non big games that will fix that.

The Bad:
-Not the place to play if you are not into woods ball and would prefer an air ball or hyper ball game.
-You don't get to play using the whole place all the time, there would never be enough people.

In conclusion, I you live anywhere in the Midwest and can't make it to Florida for Wayne's world than this is the place for you.
Last edited on Tuesday, March 18th, 2003 at 1:31 pm PST

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