Paradise Paintball, Northwest Paintball Park, Danger Zone
The Only other field that compares Is Paradise Paintball.
The field is 15+ acres of heavy woods. the field is perfect for Scenario Paintball. At the moment it needs some maintence but its is nothing that cant be done. The price is just right and you can bring your own paint. They have Two great team(Team Impact and Havoc) Sponsored so I expect to see many improvments in the future. These team are usually there everyweekend and are more then willing to help out anyone who needs help. From what I hear there is plan to hopfully add a Village to the field. The Owner is a great guy and he is also very willing to help you out!
This is pretty much the only field i play at consistently. Hole in the wall and other random fields too.
Directions to the Field:
It is pretty far out and you have to be right on top of it to spot it.
The price for paint and the lack of consistent players are my only complaints. The fields are fun and the guy who runs it is a great guy. He has a pretty good proshop and he will accomodate whatever you want to do. Great customer service. The back tower field is probably the best and most often played field but the others have their strong points to depending on the style of play you want.
This place has a fairly large Woods course which also has a speedball field in it. The "tournryment field" i a nise feild for what it is. It has Wooden wire spools as bunkers but its set up nicely so you can move and shoot. I was out there for like 3 hours and my friends and me where the only ones there.
Down sides. You dont have to chrono except for touneys
You ref your self
paint is expensive (500 for $20.00)
Th guy that runs the place is really cool. I forgot a lexan bootle there and he held on to it until i got a chance to go out there which was like a month and a half. ( thats so cool no other field would do that.)
Last edited on Thursday, February 3rd, 2005 at 4:16 pm PST
Pretty good field, the only one in the general area. They have 3 fields (Speedball course with wooden spools [no inflatables], Tower field [Large tower in center of course, very nice for large open play], and a woods field called bridge [the bridge is a board across a moat]). The only downside to this field is that its location causes a lack of players. Everytime I have gone I have been alone with the guys that come along. Worth a look if you're interested in small games, and like having privacy.