Hours our 10-6, It is worth giving it a try, they have 5 woods fields, they our very different than most fields, lots of deep ditches, and creeks, you our playing at a bottom of a Mountain, the day I was their ,was on a Saturday, their was around 35 players, It got busy around 1 PM, had a very good time playing. We used 2 different fields,to divide
the players up, 1 of their fields is very large that could of handle all of us, but they wanted to play with their own group!
I played more games than any other field I was ever At !! their was very little sitting around, the refs had you playing one game after another, no 30-45 min. breaks at Paintball Asylum, only breaks was to fill your air tanks, Refs were very friendly, they ask you what fields you wanted to play on! very safety minded!!!!!
Paint prices where very good around $55.00 per case, their was lots of different packages to choose from, marker,mask,air,paint was all included,food was next door, Italian rest. had hoagies,,pizzas, etc.
One think I did like, I dropped my wife off at Tannervile Outlets, 1 mi. down the road, She shopped all day, and I played paintball, and I the end of day, across the road, was a Micro Brewery, that we stopped at!
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Safety: They do take care of you and they are just like any other refs in any paintball place always have your goggles on if they have them.
Fields: They only have about 5 fields but honestly they are great. Most are small except for one so there is action almost as soon as the game starts. They have 1 speedball field, an attack and defend and the rest are woodsball maps. They have bunkers, trenches everything. It is a load of fun there.
Hours of Operation: On weekends they are open from 8 am to 6 pm and on the week days they are open from 10 am to 6 pm. Once the summer hits they are open from 8 am to 8 pm.
Prices: The prices are the cheapest than any other place I have went to. You can go there for 4 ours for 20 bucks or all day for 40. They have other packages where you pay extra but you also get extra paintballs. I am not 100% sure on the prices for the bonus paintball package but you can go on the website and look. Cases of paint which are 2000 are 50 bucks which is AWESOME!
Rules: The rules are like every other place, goggles always on during play, do not blind fire, no shooting animals, and no over shooting which is once the guy is out don't keep shooting him.
Services: It is great it is almost like a 1 to 1 basis. They make sure you have a good time and if you buy paint you give them the money and they will pick it up for you and bring it to you. That is just awesome service!
Proshop: Their shop is a little on the small side and they don't have too many markers for sale or accessories. They do have a couple of barrels, tanks, markers, pods, harness but it is small. The prices do not seem bad at all. The stuff they sell is about the amount it is worth in an online store.
Staff/Refs Because it is such a small place the refs are your staff. They know what they are doing in the paintball world. I was having trouble with my marker and they knew what it was right away. And it was also the right solution. They do not pretend to know what they are doing, if they are not sure they will tell you and not say this when it is really that.
Food: They do not serve food there only drinks such as water and energy drinks but there is a pizza and a sushi place right next to it like walking distance right next to it. Like 10 feet from the parking lot.
I give it a 9 out of 10 because the price is awesome and the proshop prices arent bad but it is small and they do not have a lot of different places to play but it is small which prevents a ton of extra walking you have to do.
Hi, This is a great field. I've gone here twice now. It was a lot of fun here. I went for a birthday party both times. There was 2 Speed-ball Field. They're both Sup-Air Ball. They also had 3 woods-ball fields. They we're all very good. One woods-ball field was small with two trenches. It had lot of good bunkers and trees to hide behind. They had bridges to cross the trenches and rocks so you could hide in them and not get your feet wet. Another woods-ball field was long and built for capture the flag. The key in this field was snipe the other team and eliminate them before you go to hang the flag. The third and final woods ball field was large square shaped field. It was made for close to long range battles. There were so many places to hide behind and little holes in the bunkers were you stick your barrel in, peek, and shoot. The speed-ball fields were both really nice. One was shaded by outside trees and the other was in the sun. The refs were good. They had you chrono at 280, went over the rules, and helped you go to the dead-box when you were shot. They were really safe when it came to the goggles, barrel socks, safeties, and guns in the dead box. They would give paint checks if you needed them too. The staff was really nice and helped if you had any problems. I left my gun at home so I used a rental. My rental's elbow broke in two during speed-ball so the ref let me use his gun. The hours were good there. The people at the store waited two hours for us to finish our paint. My friends and I got in for a great price I hear. I don't know the exact price because I didn't pay. The pro shop had a great stock. They had lots of equipment there for great prices. The field is constantly getting bigger. There soon going to add a castle and village from what I hear. I gave it a nine only because they don't have a central building field yet.( A castle or village) Other than that, the experience was great. Thanks for reading. Bye.