All American (Bloomer/Barling, AR)
Wild World (Tonitown, AR)
Ground Zero (Silom Springs, AR)
A field in Springfield, MO... i forgot the name but i was behind the Dairy Queen
friends back yard..(does that count?)
This field gets a 1 for me. It is not upkept at all, nor is the "staff" very helpful. I played their till all americn opened then i started going there. i think they have 6 fields....a "+" bunker speed ball field, it is a nice size lil less than couple acres long i guess. it has a snake made out of old mosquito infested car tires. next is their hyperball field....when i last saw it, it was only about 40 feet long......then their best field i guess would b the woods/fort field. couple acres of woods with a fort at one end ...you can bunker the crappy people in there real easy 8P. they have a tires course, i aint played on it but it was probably their 2nd best...or 4th worst field.then a spools field, not set up like a "regular" spools field, its just like a speed ball type. then they have a small woods field which has some stakes pokin up outta the ground which i managed to find....i havent had many good experiences at this field, they do not care much if any about paintball just their pay check.i have had numerous things stolen here which isnt a good thing. also they have very very bad rentles, such as point zero's which a hard *** trigger pull. in my opionon i would skip boon doc's and head to a much much better field in the area such as GZ, WW, or AA this field gets a 1 for me
Boon Docs is a good place if ur just wantin 2 play a couple games and fool around with ur friends but i dont recommend it. The courses are pretty good but the markers stink. There really isnt anyone there that knos a bunch about markers and there are no refs (at least there werent any wen i went).
Overall not a very good place 4 hardcore paintball players and i would only play there if u got ur own gun that doesnt break down a lot.
All-American Paintball( Fort Smith)
Brass Eagle factory field (Neosho, Missouri)
Pretty nice field, always has some decent competition. The employees are really nice and they will try to help a person the best they can, although they do not have much knowledge on Air smithing or real gun teching.
great guys, interesting competition. the woods field is very wooded, yet still clean, so if you guard the fort, you probably will not even get ticks or anything(not that it is a big issue, but that will just let you know how neat it is.) If you are not a big woods player, then the woods field is still a great place to shoot a few beginners if you are into that crap, but for a woods player it would be great to hide and defend a fort. The "Plus" field(they call it simply speedball) is very large, and, although out dated, a pretty good place for a large speedball game. The other fields are pretty much worthless, either too small or too far away just to play for 2 minutes.
Conclusion: Nice guys, but a boring field for a tournament player. VERY good for a beginner though, safe, cheap, and you wont spend the whole time being shot.