Warped - 2nd favorite
Conquest - closed - former favorite
SC Village, - over crowded - unattentive refs - poor player attitude - lock your stuff up during games - may go back to try a scenario
Paintball USA - doesn't compare - dirty field - unattentive refs - poor player attitude - not going back
Directions to the Field:
Heading north on 14 exit Sand Canyon turn left
Go straight till you get to Sierra Hwy make a right
A short distance up Sierra Hwy make a left at Vasquez Cyn
Go up a twisting road and make a right at Lost Creek
From there its well marked, keep your speed down and go slow there is a lot of mountain bikers, horse riders and kids on the road.
I honestly cannot remember having more fun playing paintball than at this place. The staff is friendly the refs are fair, experienced and pay attention to the game. Safety is enforced. If you purchase paint there it is reasonably priced. They have gear rentals. The fields are fun and good sized. They added a couple of fields since the last time I was there and are adding more. This is by far my favorite field now.
Warped - Awesome place but doesn't come close to woodsball feel. My second home
Field of Fire - kewl place but they only have two fields.
CPP - Lack of customer service and turnarounds.
PBUSA - Lack of custer services, lack of experience of ref's , lack of turnarounds
Directions to the Field:
First my personaly opinion and sorry about the grammer, i was at work at the time.
This park is going to take off in this AREA. It's really fun; Staff's and Ref's are awesome and eperience players. Safety is enforced constantly and very, very quick turnarounds - I must have played about 8 to 10 games and left home about 1ish. They wored me out and it was only half the day at 75 degrees. You will get your money's worth and playing time and speaking of getting your money worth: no other parks NEAR BY that offers cheaper prices on paintballs, has real players as Ref's and is committed to customer services. This park will be my home and i encourge you to come and see or bring your private group.
Now for the good stuff: This park has 4.5 fields up and running and soon a couple of speedball courts. 1 one field ( i dont know the name of it yet) they have to drive you there but it is worth it. It's near a dry out creek with tall trees , bushes and a little hill on one side and the dried out creek on the other side. Very fun field. Communication with fellow teammate is recommended.
Another field is call the Jungle. The Jungle is truly a woodsball feel w/ high bushes and tress lots of shades and places to hide. No huge rocks on the floor w/ smooth terrain. The field is realy huge i'm guessing 50 to 60 yards. Half flat and half hill terrain and the hill is not steep at all. This field is played centered flag and it plays out well. Communication with your fellow teammate is recommended.
2nd field is called the Beach - I dont know why is called the beach but whatever. This field is half woods and half open field w/ haybales as your bunkers. The Hills are open and pretty steep but if your young or energenic it's no problem. Soft dirt nor rocks on the floor which make the player easier to move or run around. Lots of shades and sneaking around.
3rd field - Hyperfield ( i forgot what they called it ) This court is about 30 yards apart and its a combination of spools and haybales. This field kewl to play on especially if you like to crawl on the floor. You can move up alot by crawling (hint hint). i personally think they should had some stand up bunkers here and there for us old folks.
The 4th field - Now this field still need to be worked on. Its kind of small and unbalance. One side will have the advantage but l the other side still can dominate if they play smart.
Go up Sierra Highway make left at Vasquez Canyon go 2 miles and make right on Lost Creek Rd. 18000 Lost Creek Rd.
GO SLOW AROUND THE AREA.
WOW. If you ever wanted to mix new school with old school, this is the field for you. They have everything from scenario fields, to old school natural terrain fields all the way to speedball and Xball.
Staff are the same staff members you found at Old Conquest and APP, so you know they are experienced and know how to fit a ton of games in a day. I was soo tired I couldn't move my legs the next day.
They are still builing more fields, I can't wait to see that they are coming up with next.
Prices are reasonable, they don't gouge the hell out of you. Food is great and the service is done with a smile.
Oh yeah Safety here is very strict. I heard only one violation all day and it was for a barrel condom. The guy who gives the orientation "one of the owners" is pretty darn thorough and even funny. He gets the point across that safety is #1.