I recently moved here and have played here twice. The guys that work there are usually nice and will try to help you if you need anything. The fields are okay. I havnt played on the speedball feild yet but I played the hyperball feild and the woodsball feild. The hyperball fields isn't anything great but it's fun just to goof off on. The woods ball feild isn't the best I've ever played on but it isn't the worst. It has some nice size bunkers, forts, and trails on it. But there isn't a whole lot brush cover. Considering that it's the only field around the area though its not bad.
Last edited on Saturday, October 22nd, 2011 at 7:58 pm PST
-Well first off, the field owner Bryan is a great guy. He's always willing to help out and can accommodate for things he may or may not have.
-The field is open regularly on Saturday from 11a.m. to 6 p.m. During the week its only open if you schedule an appointment. The prices are very reasonable and the facility is very nice.
-There are three fields: A regulation X-Ball field, tireball, and a HUGE amount of acres in the woodsball field.
-There are a regular amount of players there and referees are also nice. The pro-shop has just about everything you need, but Bryan(field-owner) can order just about everything).
-Overall a great field.
Last edited on Wednesday, June 2nd, 2010 at 3:53 pm PST
Blackwater paintball originally open in Monticello, FL but has moved to Pavo, Georgia; where the old AWOL was. It has 3 fields and the massive plot of woods. At Blackwater there is still the old tire ball field from old AWOL. There is a new hyperball field and an airball field, Bryan (the owner) also has set up a castle to add to the original structure in the woods.
Blackwater is an overall great field with paint as reasonable prices as well as full set-ups for rentals. The field is clean and well kept and there iss plenty of space for parking
Last edited on Tuesday, April 14th, 2009 at 6:55 pm PST
Awesome people, owner's Charles and Jeremy treat people with respect and the field lay-out is good, but I think they could use some more playing areas. The shop is a good place to cool off and talk about the next place to play and also to brag on your team's victories. They take safety as the #1 thing to go by . They can give good deals on paintball equipment and install upgrades for your gun. If you go there to play your in for a great experience.
GO to blackwaterpaintball.com to see what is going down like a tournament ,etc.
Blackwater moved to Pavo,Georgia no longer in Monticello,Fl
Last edited on Saturday, May 31st, 2008 at 7:02 pm PST
splatter swamp (moody afb) - its a decent field but doesnt compare to blackwater paintball park.
Directions to the Field:
get on boston hwy and turn onto dills road. follow it down and you will see a sign on top of a small hill that will point you into the property.
The field is a nice one. a lot of work went into it. Charles and Jeremy definatly opened it for everyones enjoyment. there is an awsome fill station with many lines. there are real bathrooms and i believe showers as well. every time i have gone to the field i have had an enjoyable experience. there are many bunkers in the large wooded area and they have a big castle that is fun to get in and defend. their speedball field is what is extremely impressive. they have more than 50 inflatable bunkers and to me thats impressive. i will definatly recommend giving this field a shot.
go into the center of monticello and take 19 untill you get to boston highway, take a right onto boston highway. take boston highway for almost 2 miles untill you get to dills road (there is a sign with an arrow on this road saying paintball park this way) go down dills road till you see a nother paintball sign(its on the left side on top of a hill) go onto the private property and follow the main road till you see another sign and take that right
the owners are awesome, very fair, and are usually offering some deals that day on either rentals or paint prices. They are always alot of fun to talk to. The speedball course is currently down due to the fact that they are growing gass on it. Black water has some great woodsball. They have the old western town which is spread out over an area of about 120 yards by 35 yards. Great place to play capture the flag. The other main attraction is the castle. Its a large square building with towers in the corner. The object is to either eliminate the players in there by attacking them or to touch the barrels on the front side and backside. very challenging.
There is nothing but great things to say about this place. Charles and Jeremy are more than helpful and will make sure that everyone has a great time. Even being my first time, their patience with all of my questions was remarkable. I left with the feeling of spending the afternoon playing paintball with a few old friends (that enjoyed putting red marks all over an old man!lol).
The woodsball was incredible. Who builds a western town in the middle of the woods, much less a CASTLE? I had a hard time describing it to people at the NPPL Tampa event without them giving me a "are you serious" look on their face. They have a trailer to transport players to and from the 60 acres of playing area so that you are not exhausted by the time you get there.
The air ball course was a blast besides the kids that were twice as fast as I am. It was well laid out and play was very fast/competitive.
After reading the reveiws on the other regional parks, it will not take long to make this the top park in the area. It has something for every everyone and every skill level. There is nothing that the owners, team, or local players would not do, to make sure you leave smiling.
I work with one of the owners brothers and he told me about this enormous field they had been building for nearly a year and when I went there the first time I was pleasantly surprised. With an excellent air ball set up and over 60 acres of woods ball , whats not to love. The people there are nicest guys I've ever met, way better than the field i used to work at. With much, much more to come and more being set up every week, its hand down the only place to be in northern FL or south GA.
Awol, Tallahassee Paintbal Park, a couple of renegade places
Directions to the Field:
About an hour from Tallahassee, FL, or Thomasville, GA
Stopped in to review the field this past weekend, and when they have everything set it is going to be a really nice place to play some airball and woodsball. The facilities will be the nicest I've seen in a while.
Fantastic fill station - huge compressor, 4.5K fills, up to 8/10 fill lines. Nicest I've seen, including big games and big fields across the country. They mentioned they might be doing scuba fills, which will come in handy, I like to keep a tank around for shooting in the back yard.
Really nice woodscourses, and there will definitely be some fun to be had in the castle course.
Bathrooms!!!! Real ones, with running water, fans, and real porcelain goodness. They are still working on them, but they've got showers, and 8 stalls. A couple of paintball mags and I'll be set.
Nice airball setup. Not finished as the netting still needs the poles planted, but the bunkers are all new sup'air, and great quality. Looking forward to it.
Really nice guys - the took me on a jeep tour of the facility, and all of the courses, can't wait to get out there and play.
Nice rental equipment, and some high end rental equipment to be had as well. Great place for parties
This field will be one to watch when it is all set up.
Last edited on Monday, March 26th, 2007 at 9:56 am PST
Good times! The owner was accomodating, the woodsball field is lots of fun with plywood buildings set up. The speedball field is good, with improvements coming soon. Owners offer discounts for groups- significant discounts, too! Angel guns were great. Regular rental for the Angels was $50- I think other guns were available for $35.
The proshop, if you can call it that, consists primarily of a room in a trailer with the guns and paint. The guys were really cool, though, and we were all comfortable just hanging out while the forms were filled out and the guns were distributed.
The owner was anxious to show off the field- he's obviously proud. He took us out in his jeep to see 'The Castle'- a larger structure that we didn't have time to play. The fields are on beautiful wooded land- no problem with wet areas (except the moat around the castle).