Ca Paintball Way better worth the drive and the price.
Ground Zero Same as Ca Paintball worth the drive and price
Directions to the Field:
Between kingston and odessa on highway #2
Played there today on the open play, and open play would be the best thing to call it. No rules, No chrony to check gun speeds, the field was covered in old and new building materials that you can trip and fall over. The main forts have nails sticking out of them. No one uses barrel bags or barrel plugs. Too many other saftey hazzards to list .Most of the players are okay people, but most of them would not know fair play it it bit them( lots of over shoot in of younger players, hot guns, wiping of hits). It is a small playing field with very little variation of play. The price is right if you are looking to get hurt playing paintball. The waiver that they have you sign is not worth the paper it is written on.
If you are looking for a good place to play I would suggest someplace else unless your life insurance is payed up!!
Take princess west for 5 min, look for a small white house on your left side with a well used trail beside it
I throughly enjoy'd playing at B&B, There were alot of pro's, who are kind and willing to lend a pod if in need (saw this many times on the field) and allways willing to give tips and tricks to newbies. They are understanding when they see new people at the field, and allways include them in there breifings (the first one of the day was a "quick reminder" for pro's and a lesson for newbs)
I've only played paintball a few times, but my experience was a positive one, and i plan on buying a new marker soon and playing there alot more in the future