Fields- 2 speedball fields one with tire bunkers the other with wood bunkers. Ideal for 3 man, a little tight for 5 man IMHO. I enjoy playing speedball here. "The Maze" is a woods field that is tight and very heavy with brush. Easy to get lost here unless you play it frequently. I don't care for it much, my least fav field at Agape. The attack and defend field is fun, defending is tough due to the tight quarters and the fact that the attackers can move 360 degrees around the fort. We played the field as straight elimination with teams starting at opposite ends of the field once and that was a hoot. The back woodsball field is my favorite field there. Its a combination of woodsball and speedball. Nice and open with trees and pallet bunkers. Definitely the field to play with the larger parties.
Equipment- Standard field rental Tippman 98's running 20oz CO2. Pods and harness's are available to rent as well. Camo coveralls are available for those who have only regular street clothes.
Paint- Severe Hurricane, this is Field Paint Only at $65 a case. I have no problems running this paint.
Air- Fred has added a HPA system to his field and charges $7 for all day air. This also covers those running CO2 which is a plus for those of us who still run CO2.
Admission- $10 if you have your own equipment, rental packages are available and are reasonably priced starting at $25 that includes the admission.
ProShop- Not really a proshop, snacks and drinks are available as well as small supplies like swabs and squeegies. If Brian is around easy repairs can be done to guns as well, I've had o-rings go and they'd hook me up for no charge.
Ammenities- They have a portapottie available and there's always the woods. If you bring some food you can use the grill in the staging area and cook lunch. The village of Corinth is nearby and they have a Subway, 2 pizza joints, a supermarket and 3 gas stations nearby. Biscuits bakery is right down the road and they have donuts and he makes a mean breakfast sandwich.
Overall Fred runs a decent operation. They are very friendly and will do everything possible to ensure you have a great time. The only drawback to this field is that its relatively unknown so player turnout is sketchy at best. If you have a large party for a birthday or bachelor party this is definitely the field to throw it at. They are normally open on weekends but if you have enough people Fred will run the field during the week if you give him some advance notice.
Fields - they are average fields for straight forward assaults. Most effort was put into the speed-ball fields setup, unfortunately there is no objective except to go out and shoot the other team. The attack and defend field does offer a 360 assault but the fort is slapped together with left over doors, pallets and wafer board. The maze field is so big, unless you have 10+ players it's not worth it.
Paint - Field paint is Severe Hurricane. Players are charged $15 a bag ($60 a case) for this paint which sells online for $45. Barrel tests reveal the balls to be egg shaped so it's like you're shooting jelly beans. Charged premium prices for sub-par paint with no option to bring in your own. Very few shots landed their targets.
Refs - Refs are helpful and great guys, only thing is they don't stop the game to let players out so if you stop shooting to let someone out you might get hit.
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Oh Agape Paintball, how we love you guys. That has to be one of the most memorable times of my paintball career. Anyway, lets get down to the nitty gritty...
Fields: They have a wooded field which they call "The Patriot field" and tire course which they call "The Tire course", genius. They also have a woods field which dosnt have a witty name. ALL of these courses, has you can see when you go there, have been well thought out and a lot of time and effort has been put into them. I love all of them, there is no course there that I can say I dont like. From what i hear they also have a new woods course, where you hit targets and you win paintballs for hitting the targets, i havent accutally tried it yet but it sounds like a blast.
Reffing: If every course had reffing like Agape, world hunger would be gone, there would be no more wars, and we would all evolve into supreme beings. Ok maybe not that, but it would be wicked sweet. As you can tell, the reffing there rocks. They hang out with you on the picnic tables and give you tips for beginners, and valueable tips, not just like "if you pull this trigger, a ball comes out the barrel, seeya kids", i accutally use the stuff they told me to this day. They refs even played with us a couple times to even up the teams. These guys are great.
Store: They dont really sell any guns or gadgets at the store but they do sell snacks and stuff there, which is a lot more than other places do. Plus this place is like, out in the middle of the field, so you always need water and such and they provide it for you.
Overall: This place is great and is defiantly worth the drive. I have some great memories going up there and hangin around wit the refs and playin paintball all day with my friends, its wonderful.