The place is in New Hebron. It has woodsball and speedball. There are trails and comm buildings for scenario ballers and also a 2 story castle w/ village. A sup'air 5 man field has just been added and is excellent. Refs are knowledgeable and willing to work with you. Most people there play rec but there are also speedballers. Once there are more we might get some tournaments goin.
Two kinds of paint are sold: RPS/Marballizer and Draxxus/Blaze. Marballizer is $65 and Blaze is around $49 for a case. CO2 is around .35 an ounce. There is N2 fill to 3000psi. All day air is $10 and fee is $10. The owner (Mr. Don Little) is a National dealer so he can order a lot of what you need.
There are ACTUAL bathrooms (if you're like me, you get tired of fields havin pot o golds).
Mr. Don will grill burgers and have chips/drinks upon request.
The store there has some good inventory (icon to ion, 9 0z. to n2 tanks etc.).
Place is great and people are awesome. Not that many walk-ons, most are groups. Scenarios are held every month or so. Hopefully tourneys will start up when more people catch on. Great place to go for first timers and even experienced players.
Last edited on Saturday, February 11th, 2006 at 2:20 pm PST
Compared to Action Pursuit Games of Brandon this place would not rate that highly.
Overall if you're looking for good paint I didn't find it hear. I shoot an ANS GX-3 and the Zap i used of course curved tremendously. Of course, the price of paint was cheap considering what you're using. The staff were great guys they treated everyone the same and were very nice.
The castle or town was pretty nice. There were about six little house making a semi-circle around the castle with round hay bales in front. The actual woods-ball was fine except for the fact that if you are attacking the comm center there's nothing to hide behind except for trees. If you were defending the comm center there are plenty of things to hide behind. Meaning to say that attacking is something hard to do, but defending is very easy.
Overall it's a decent place to play but for me it is not worth the hour and fifteen minute drive down there when there are places closer to my house.