Portland Paintball is the closest PB field, but it would have to be pretty nasty weather for me to want to play indoors.
I took a group of 13 mostly inexpericeced players. I had to reserve the field in advance. The woman organizing the play was great, the refs were good and very flexible if we wanted to play different games. Restrooms are a little bit of a walk away. The field was fun, lots of natural obsitcles mixed with some man-made. It was $30.00 per person if you wanted to use thier masks and markers with 100 rounds. It was $20.00 if you had you own gear. A case of 2000 balls was $60.00. No outside paint. I plan on going back with a similar group.
this place blows!!!!!~~~~~ i bought one of these passes for like 50 it let 10 ppl in free well when we went there on one saturday no one was there you have to make a reservation and to top it off the field sucks ......its just not worth the time and money go to one of these fields splat action, portland paintball
This feild kinda sucks. They only had two feils when I went there, no real speed ball. The paint they were using was about 4 months old and hurt like a #%^@* when hit from closer than 25 ft. I had three round bounce off the top of my head, the guy was only fifteen feet away! We had free entry passes and it still cost us $20 a person to cover the insurance charge. I don't recamend this place unless it athe only one you can get to.
Splat Action, Weekend Warriors, Various indoor fields
The Previous review appears to be either a regular at this field... or the owner/an employee! he's been playing for 3 months & knows all the lingo?¿ he knows what "old skool rec ball" is?¿
anyway.... this field is small, it blows generally! I've yet to actually play it, but only because I wouldn't waste the money... it's hardly worth driving by, other than the fact that they are located right next to a cool go-kart track.... seen some really cool races there. There are really only three choices in Oregon: Play indoor (YUK!), Splat Action, and Weekend Warriors.
Splat, weekend, portland paintball, woodland paintball (crappy) and others.
Well, for one, they don't have a speed ball course like the description says.
This field is the FIRST one I have played on, and I actually JUST got back today from playing there. It is by far the BEST beginner field out there. People from all experience levels are there, and the service is UNBEATABLE! They have been there for 4 yrs. so the guy (I don't know his name) knows what he is doing. I'll have to go out on the limb here and say the reffing needs some help, but the ref. is COOL! He's a nice guy, but I don't think he understands all the techniques of how to do it. The rentals are all Tippmann (sp?) Carbines, so it's not bad at all, and the fields are VERY MUCH old-school rec. paintball associated. It's nice though. I'll have to rate this field over all 9, because of the reffing and lack of "facilities" cause it's all outdoor. The race track has bathrooms and food, though, but it's a long walk.