Located in the San Bernardino county fair grounds on the... south west side, just off of 7th street .
This is a great field except for a lot of bonus ball noobs. The staff is very friendly and helpful. They do have a food truck there but i usually get fast food or bring a lunch. There are only two fields but trust me it DOES NOT get boring at all, there are many different types of games to be played and the refs value your input on what game types to play. also they are open from 9:00 am till 4:00p on saturdays and sundays, but the games usually don't start until around 9:30-9:45am. There prices are fair, if you forgot anything at home then you can most likely pick it up at there proshop for a reasonable price. There restrooms are a bit dirty but nothing to worry about (they are better than most places). Their prices for entry and air are, i believe $15 for entry and $10 for all day air and $5 for half day air (12:00-4:00pm). One other thing is that there are usually pretty good people on the speedball field but not anything serious if you like a challenge. In conclusion this is a great field for begginer to pro players, if you go here you will have fun.
and btw the date last played is approximate
EDIT: they have had new summer hours which are 4pm to 9pm. Also they have changed there byop paint policy, you can only bring your own paint on Sundays with a coupon from a local store proving that you bought it there.
Last edited on Sunday, August 31st, 2008 at 11:55 am PST
SC Village, far, Bigger than Victorville but hard to get a serious game with all the kids on the field(s),
Mile High Battle Zone, Great for scenario players but not much in the way of speed ball
DKZ, not even sure if this is open anymore, the home field to a team of cocky kids, skip this one
I've played this field every weekend since its been open and is well above most anything in the high desert. The facilities are very nice (for paintball field standards) and the staff is great. Offers half day air at half price (after 12:00 i think) which is a great option for those who dont plan to play all day. good prices on paint although if you get broken balls in your bag they refuse to exchange or fix the problem so if you have no way to clean them, you're screwed, but thats minor. the fields consist of an excellent sup'air speed ball field which i think is official NPPL size, there are a few things that need to be fixed (keeping bunkers fully inflated, better mirroring of the sides,etc) but it is all relativly minor and im sure as the staff gets more experience, the field will improve. The other field (aptly called wasteland) is more a scenario aimed field with permanent 'house' type bunkers with a few cars scattered about. Great for objective type games and is much more 'kid friendly' than the speed ball field. Included on the property is an airsoft field but i dont intend to play on it. This place has RV hook ups, real bathrooms, plenty of places to sit and very nice places to get air, chrono, rest and buy your rentals and equipment. Within walking distance to fast food places and a short drive from Bring It On paintball. With plenty of room to expand, and a very strong opening. Giant has a winner here.
i have recently played at SC village and giant is ok compared 2 it but SC village is way better because at giant they have 2 fields may be 3 at SC village they have 20+ fields the only thing that is good about giant you can just walk on the field and play not like waiting 5min and then you can walk on the price is ok the rules are the same the service is ok they really don't have a pro shop the refs are very nice but they don't have a food truck