Up to now, I have only played at both of the Niagara Tactical fields.
I have decided to edit my original review. I reviewed this field in January 2004, and I've changed my mind on a few things.
Field - I am quite a fan of this field. Both the indoor and outdoor courses are enjoyable. The outdoor field is nice. There are a ton of places to hide, and it's a very good size. The indoor field is pretty sweet. It's sup air. It's a pretty small room, so it's better to play with a small group of people. I noticed that the bunkers are usually filthy. You rub your hand on one and it's covered in paint.
Staff - Well, these are the only people I've ever dealt with when it comes to paintball fields, so I didn't really have anyone to compare them to. The owner is very nice and helpful. The refs are okay.. a couple of them are a little mean and pretty inattentive at times.
Price - This is one of the things I hate about this field, it's very expensive. The standard price is $10 / 100 balls. They are not even very high quality paintballs either. I think a case is $140. On a regular walk on night, the registration fee is $10 and it's $20 to rent. I just got that from their website, I thought it was lower but that's what it says. I think they seriously need to lower the paint prices here, especially because it's field paint only.
Equipment - Not the best. The rental guns are pretty horrible. I noticed a couple of them were breaking down, and the refs had to fix them which took away from our playing time. The goggles are what you'd expect from rentals. They fog up, but they get the job done.
Closing Comments - This is a good field. I would rate it 9-10 / 10 if the prices were a little lower, and the refs were a little more friendly. You will have fun here, but prepare to spend quite a bit of money. I'm going to try out Niagara Paintball as soon as I can, I hear better things about them.
Last edited on Saturday, February 19th, 2005 at 10:49 am PST