Twin Creek is a great place to play for beginners. Only a few players ( like myself ) are really into the sport. It is a laid back atmosphere. You CAN NOT bring paint from home. Only if it was first purchased from Twin Creek. The field has 3 forts and a speedball course. Most play is conducted on the north end of the field. Games have been from 12-50 people. I personally I reffed for a day, and it was a good time. Ref's are usually not available. This is a great place to play for birthday parties, wedding parties, church groups and family get togethers. Paint usually cost about 50 bucks a case. I have never spent $80 on a case at Twin Creek.
i've been going tho this field for a few years. I've had a good time every time i've went.
this field works real well for playing different types of scenerio games and even a small speed-ball game. this field is set up pretty well as far as bunkers and forts, and safety is encouraged. I like to get a big group of first timers and set up an appointment. I can count probably 10 guys that went up there once, and had their own gun by the second time they went. if you read this and you know me please understand that i do know how to spell and proper grammar; im just not caring right now!!!!!!!!!!!!!
Last edited on Monday, October 6th, 2003 at 12:52 pm PST
No official fields, but a lot of recball that is very similar to this field.
This is a fun field to play if you're looking for a fairly laid back day of fun. The owner of the field is a very good player, and will play if you ask him, often with a pump so that it's fair to the inexperienced crowd. He has plenty of rentals that work fairly reliably, and the field is large with easily definable boundaries that can make a speedball game possible. However there are a few problems here. One, like many fields, only field paint is allowed. Unfortunately, the field paint costs $80/case for a terrible brand of paint. Also, the locals that played with us were allowed to bring their own paint which was superior to the field paint. I was a little disappointed in this, because I had paint at home which would have been twice as good as what we were forced to use. This is the biggest problem with this field in my opinion. It' s run by a pretty good guy that tries to make the experience enjoyable for everyone. Other than the paint, the only real problem with this place is the location. It's pretty hard to find.
not too many in this area, played in different courses out of state
Twin creek is a good place to play, with a mainly wooded setting. The area is a litttle hard to find (out in the boonies), and the crowd is usualy people who are not too seriously involved in the sport, but a few like myself mixed in. it has rentals if needed, and they emphasize safty and fun. The main thing that this field has going for it is the staff (maily one man) named kieth. He is fun to play with, always helps out the inexperienced crown, and even plays somedays with a pump gun.
all and all, a good field with reasonable prices, though not extremly professional, it is great if you want to go out and have a fun day with paintball.