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Flat Top Paintball Field

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Location: Flat Top, West Virginia 25841
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PBGrumpy Thursday, September 17th, 2009
Period of
Field Use:
Just once  
Date There: September 14th, 2009
Paintball
Experience:
More than 5 years
Review: I contacted the phone number listed, was informed that the field is no longer in operation. They also did not have any information concerning any other fields.
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I contacted the phone number listed, was informed that the field is no longer in operation. They also did not have any information concerning any other fields.
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Bolter Man Wednesday, April 1st, 2009
Period of
Field Use:
Just once  
Date There: July 17th, 2008
Paintball
Experience:
3 years
Review: I loved this course. My buddies and I called the course and talked to the staff. They really don't hold tournaments anymore and do it as a hobby. They are very nice and it was a nice change from Scary Creek. Scary Creek is too expensive and very rude. Flat Top was cheap and you can bring you own guns and balls. Part of one course is getting old and in need of repair but it had lots of areas to play. Very fun and friendly. We will go back a much as we can to this course.
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newtippymann Friday, July 8th, 2005
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Field Use:
Just once  
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Experience:
3 years
Other Fields
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None in this area but a few in Florida
Review: This place is great!

The faculty couldn't be friendlier and there were only 3 of us there son was nice enough to join in. Most places I have been too are extremly strict but this place was great
The Alamo and The Tower were our two favorites. The Alamo was set up very well. It was a large building set close to the woods and there was a large feild to attack from.

The Tower was a 2or3 story building in the middle of a field with base buildings at both ends and lots of hidding spots in the middle.

The pyramid was not really that great just a basic feild.

If you want to play in the jungle and don't live in a city just go in your backyard, set up some plywood and knock yourself out.

The speedball area was alittle bit too cluttered with obstacles, it was extremely hard to manuever or even get a shot the 3 of remained pinned down for the duration of the match.

All in all it was a very good group of fields. We all had a great time and plan to return.

(HINT) if you go here take about 1000 of your balls and buy 500 from them for $15 so you can get free all day air.

I'm giving this a eight because some of the course was rotten and falling apart but it was still great.
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CapnCrunch Sunday, August 31st, 2003
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Field Use:
Just once  
Date There: N/A
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Experience:
4 years
Other Fields
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No othere fields in area, this is it. I have played at Hueston Woods and Paintball Country in Ohio, PB Country is better, but Flat Top is better than Hueston Woods.
Review: They have five fields I believe, they are: the Alamo, Speedball, Tower Field, the Jungle, and the spool field.

I like their speedball field, its nothing real special, wooden bunkers, has a snake, and a center cross which is fun for bunkering, it works.

I'm not a woods guy so I never really played any of the Jungle.

The tower field is a field set up basicly like speedball, but there is tower in the middle that you have to climb up in and get a flag, this field could use a few more bunkers, because most of it is just open space.

The alamo was fun for a sort of change I guess, basicly one team is in a building and the other team attacks. Its pretty fun, I like it after a day of speedball.

I didn't have a chance to play on the spools field.

I like the speedball field the best, but the others are fine, I just like speedball is the reason I guess.


Their prices are good also. Its around 10 dollars for entry and you can bring your own paint if you want, but they have paint there for around 15 a bag. They also charge you 10 dollars for all day air, which isn't a bad deal....
Last edited on Tuesday, December 16th, 2003 at 1:14 pm PST
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