This is a fantastic place to play! Multiple fields to choose from. One particular field i am very fond of is the Ridge Field. Rocks, Boulders, Trees, High Grass, Dirt Mounds it has it all. It reminds me of a Map on Call of Duty 4.
The Refs were fair and always there to help. And always enforce the rules so noone gets hurt. The proshop has a ton of guns and they can get you just about anything you want. The bathrooms were clean and there was a lot of food to choose from. I think the prices were fair. They have to charge a little more for paint because it was only a few bucks for all day air and field play.
i love this feild!!! Its got great feilds and awsome staff. If your around the tulsa area come here. The only bad things are the chrono is unmanned so you might find some cheaters. And the prices are a little high ($75 for a full case). But still this place is awsome. I highly recommend it.
Creek turnpike to sapulpa, ok exit 49th street and it is right there.
It is the best field I have ever played at. They have lots of fields, helpful refs, and the owner knows how to fix almost every thing that could go wrong and if he dose't he knows someone who can. The refs all make sure that everyone is following the rules and they always are helping. They are open on Saturday form 11:00 to 5:00 and Sundays 12:00 to 5:00. They also are open for group reservations ( at lest 10 people).
Today was the first time I'v been to this field, and I have to say I was overly impressed with it.
The Fields: Because of the soggy ground we didn't get to play all the fields, but the ones we did were very nicely set up. I was extremely impressed with their Speedball field.
The REFs: Overall the Refs were very good, the one we had was a bit lazy but he was good about enforcing the rules
The Paint: They have decent paint at an average price, $75.00/2000, and 500 for $20.00
Safety: Safety was lacking in one major area, there is no netting around any of the fields
Overall I have to say this is one of the two best fields in OK
Last edited on Sunday, January 28th, 2007 at 12:46 am PST
I am here visiting from out of town. Found a couple fields on here. Went to Paintball Land first, but there was only a couple of young kids playing. So we decided to check out Paintball Adventure...and we had a blast!!! The staff was friendly and helpfull, had some really nicely set up fields. I like woods ball so it was right up my alley, the speedball field was nice too...Refs called very good games, they were on top of hits and paintchecks, actually they were better than alot of refs I have seen. You fill your own N2, which worked out great. The only thing I seen that was different, they had a chrono set up but you checked your own gun. So you could pretty much set it to whatever you wanted. But the players all seemed honest and clean, so that didnt seem to be a problem. Overall I had an awsome time!!! I would highly recomend this field for anyone in the area looking for a good time. I will also add that even though there were not many people at Paintball Land...it looked like an awsome field!!!
I am not trying to hurt this field by any means. I have played paintball for over 10 years and love this site. Another note before i speak my mind is that my son just turned 10 and has wanted to play now for many years watching me. Positive notes... the fields are great but feel they could do some upgrading to the maintenance of the fields...kind of over grown...love the rocks, and wooded fields....spools, etc...paint prices are a little high, my friends and I would play more there and not on my property...any way, back to my son...paintball adventures needs help with their refs, unexperienced, and do not inforce critical rules posted...I took my son for the first time in July and it was a bad experience for him being the first time... for starters, they need to enforce the <300 ft/sec rule. My son was padded fine but had 8-10 fist size bruises from the "wanna be" tournament players there picking on little kids...come on, this is the new life of the sport and for this great sport to continue, we need positive playing, all i can say is monitor this better,,, I can take a hit and know that these punks had balls over 350 ft/sec...when everyone is at the chrono and it whistles...turn it down...Will not go back due to this and I have a group of over 30 players that will not return either...If you set rules and don't follow them, the waiver is null and void...Check the speed and keep the punks to a minimum!!!
The accuracy of this review is disputed. Please see discussion on the comments page.
Period of Field Use:
July 15th, 2006
Other Fields in the Area:
Paintball Land, Incredible Paintball, Thunder Moon
All these are better than Paintball Adventures
I would give this field a 6/10
The fields are all OK, but you are forced to play only three of them over and over again. The refs are completely unattentive. They are unhelpul and often times disrespectful. I never have a very positive experience when I go to Paintball Adventures.
I would recommend Paintball Land to anyone looking for a fun day of paintball in the Tulsa area. Skip Paintball Adventures unless you are looking for something different.
I have played at S.W.A.T. and it is in no way better than paintball adventures.
They have a huge variety of fields and guns. My favorite field here is the ridge. Its got a lot of big rocks at the bottom and some spools at the top. The facilities are great and clean. The staff is nice and if you are gonna stay for lunch you can have them order a pizza for 8 bucks and then you can keep playing. This is an all around great field
Last edited on Thursday, May 25th, 2006 at 7:40 pm PST
Off Creek Turnpike, Between Supulpa and Tulsa, N. Side of Highway.
Over all a good place to play, their speed ball was good, however they only had one speedball field. There wooded fields are very evenly laid out so if you like to do more than speedball, you will have a good time. I have only one issue with this field, and the others in Tulsa area. Why can't I pay a standard fee, and use my own paint? Seems to be common in this area, unlike other parts of the contry that I have played, and at $75.00 a case of 2000, and you have to pay it to play there, it makes for an expensive weekend, especially if I bring my son who is now taking up the sport. I spent over $95.00 dollars for my son and I to play half a day, where I would pay about a $100 for a full day, with 4000 at many of the places in Texas, Colorado, and Georgia. I am personally dreading next year when my next son hits 10 and starts to join us on the fields. Does any one know of a field in the Tulsa area that lets you bring your own paint? ANd why do they do that, I wold certanly play more than once a month, if their rates were a bit more reasonable.