this was my first experience with paint-balling, and i would say it wasn't too great. The paint-balling itself was fun, but the park, well, lets just say it could have been better.
I only got to play 3 fields the whole day. Most of the time, we were just waiting for the refs to get the game going. They could have been more professional. They were just sitting around and they even told us that we can get a game going without the refs and we did.
I would say something nice about their rental gun, except they SUCK. when they said " We have some of the best rental equipment in the industry with prices that can't be matched. " they were just kidding and when they said " So put on some old jeans, " is because they want you to match with their own old rental gun. When the first time I saw their gun, i was really afraid i would break it, because it was rusting all over the place and the gun handle was really lose, it was as if every time i fire the gun a screw would fall off.
i would recommend for people to bring their own gun if they are interested in this park or not come at all. Heres what i don't understand, whats the point of having so many fields if we can only use some of them? they have somewhat kill my interest in paint-balling, thanks guys.
Last edited on Saturday, March 22nd, 2003 at 8:20 pm PST
I really enjoy othis park. I used to play all my games at SC Village, but the "Disneyland" effect was too great; it is generally poorly regulated. I was paying $20 to play maybe games for the entire day. At this park, I seriously got around 16 games in compared to maybe 7 at SC Village.
Here I can pay $10 with a coupon for kick-ass referees and great fields, not to mention you get to play the entire day! (see below) The refs at SC couldn't even count (I'm not kidding either, they seriously couldn't count when I went).
My favorite aspect of the park is the fact that the refs are fair, funny, and keep the games moving FAST. There is always a game starting, which is great. You really get your money's worth as far as play time is concerned.
The fields are GREAT! Take the hill, trenches, urban combat, speedball - they have it all. The environments are tons of fun and make for awesome ball playing.
On the downside, sometimes they get players who escape the chrono and shoot too hot; my cousin got really jacked up by someone shooting hot; he's got a scar that still hasn't gone away (and it's been 5 months). Also, their prices are very high, except admission (which is generally the same everywhere). If you have your own stuff like my friends and me; its a good place to go.
If you're in the socal area, I would definitely check out CPP at least once.
Last edited on Sunday, February 8th, 2004 at 1:22 pm PST