Dropzone-sad they only have 2 small courses now but good competitionUPDATE3 courses plus air ball2006
WWW-great speedball but out of business
Jaegers-just not the same as a true woodsball/scenario course
The size of the castle course is simply amazing- i have payed 20 on 20 or more and still it is not crowded. The owner adapts the course weekly so something changes every time I play. New construction is always being added and besides the speedball(which is 7 v 7 or less) and the castle there is a 3 man course and a woods course with a ambush ravine-so cool. $15 to play With all day air and no bring your own paint fee makes it the cheapest place to play. The comp is always split fair so no teams ever get to massacre newbies and their friends, but if teams want to play there is plenty of courses for private games. It is open year round too which makes for some cool snow games! and I have had a private party game during the week with no deposit or added fees just a minimum of 6 ballers. Majority of the time it is family and rec ballers-teams have the oppurtunity to break off on their ownor blend with the others but no one ever has to sit out.
Last edited on Friday, April 14th, 2006 at 11:56 am PST