The feild is pretty new and very nice if you like woodsball.
There are some speedball courses being put up.
The feilds are very fun to play on. The staff is very nice and knowledgeable.
The manager can special order you any part you want. He's very nice.
The price is a little high but it's worth it.
This guy has a fabulous facility! Way to over priced! There is no way on earth this place will survive charging the fee's they do. They are driving the MN paintball world nuts posting about an Airball field. Do it or don't do it. It's outdoor paintball with indoor pricing. You need to lower your fee's to match the other outdoors.
Now that the boys have finally bought an airball field I must change my status on this place. It looks to me like money is not an issue with what they want and purchase. It looks like they bought two X-ball fields. I'm impressed. Northside was the only other field and there's isn't regulation like these are. These guys are doing a top notch job on a fine facility. They're still trying to charge to much for the game and it's products. I think if they want to survive they'll lower them down sooner or later.
Otherwise the owners are good guys but really green in the tourney ball category. They'll grasp it sooner or later. I change my score! Play here in the Summer and FSL in the Winter. The two best fields in the state!! If I see BG around I'll change it back to one.
Last edited on Saturday, June 5th, 2004 at 2:00 pm PST
While I have only played at this field only once, I felt compelled to write this review to encourage other players to check this place out.
I went with a group of co-worker to this place on a wonderfully brisk (-11 degrees, -23 after wind-chill) Minnesota day thinking, "They're going to cancel our game." When we arrived, the drive and sidewalks were plowed, our rental gear and paint was ready to go, and the guys there were eager to see if the equipment would operate at those temperatures. After suiting-up in multiple layers of poly-pro and neoprene we walked to their wooded field which was well marked and groomed. The wood pile bunkers were a nice touch. While we did have our share of cold whether related weapon problems, we could hardly blame them on the field's team who where quick to swap out both rental and our personal markers for fresh gear to keep the games going. Their prices on markers and accessories were much better than anything we could find in any of the major sporting goods stores in the Twin Cities area. Both Jim and Aaron were knowledgeable and amazingly patient with our group of blatantly obvious newbies. Thank you guys, I'll be back as soon as I can feel my fingers and other various extremities.