Hey ive only been here ounce i know u guys off of www.chattpaintball.com but i went to the upper speedball course it was nice for something that only gets maintained by people who use it to practise, play on, or what not. Anyhow i liked it lookforward to seeing u guys in like 6 weeks out there... thats when i get my gun and everything.
Insane (mostly watched)
Ultimate in Cleveland (long time ago)
Safety: There is a net up right now and you can take it down and move it as you please. No refs because it is just go there and play, no field fees.
Fields: There are a couple of speedball style fields and you can move the bunkers around and what not. Fields are kept up with fairly well by the Carter paintball teams since they practice there. The woodsball fields are some of the best I've played on.
Prices: The shop has good prices on air, if they are there when you play they seem to move some air tanks there, too, to get air. Paint is typical pricing.
Staff: The staff is very nice, some cool people. Most of them all play and know what they are talking about.
There are no field fees so not trying this place out is kind of pointless. A lot of people tend to be there on the weekends. I think the team practices on Sunday and they all bring a lot of stuff to use like air and even an airball field. I haven't played there for too long but I've already saved a ton of money just by going there and not having to pay a hefty field fee.
Ok well this is a free field, no paint fee, no air fee, no field fee, no nothing. Just some bunkers set up in the woods and some plastic bunkers set on a field.
As of now I think they have two hyperball fields made of those plastic platet things. They also have chairs, spools, tables in the staging area which is nice. They also mow the grass everyonce in a while, its a well kept field (for being free).
The woodsball field is nice, there is a lower part and an upper part. Keep in mind I've only played the woods area two or three times so I'm not too familiar with it. The lower part has a bunch of passage ways that lead onto a long opening between the two sides. And you can also walk around the tape line on a clear path to their flank...
The upper part is basically a big hill that goes down. Good for different kinds of scenarios like king of the hill or something.
Overall great field. Well kept for being a free field. The store is only half a mile down the road from the field. Awesome. You guys should go here more often.
This is the only field I've played in the Chattanooga area.
Two types of field: woodsball, and speedball.
There are no field fees. Mr. Carter requests you buy air and paint at his store. He has CO2 and HPA up to 4000 PSI, reasonable prices on fills. His paint is average field prices, about 10$ / case above internet prices, with an excellent selection of low, mid, and high grade paint.
The woodsball field in particular is AWESOME. There are several terrain types, including bracken and thick paths for close hunting, large stands of trees with lots of open space, a large ravine that divides the woodsball area, a great big hill, and several bunkers in strategic locations to maximize playability. I've played it 3 times, from 6 to 26 players, and its different and fun every time.
The speedball field is smallish, but straightforward, with plastic sheet bunkers and a couple of small snakes. In rain, it gets very gooey, but seems to be fairly sandy and thus should dry out fairly quickly.
This field is home to some of the nicest, most professional people one could hope for in paintball, and though the general level of play is high, it's a great place for new players as well.