alright, first off i'll start by stating that i work at Goony's. second, there ARE NO OTHER fields in a wide vicinity of knoxville. if ya wanna drive almost an hour to go to another field, go right on ahead. the first review on this page is at least two years old. we HAVE NITRO. WE HAVE A GOOD FIELD. i know, i built it. 12 dollars for field fee, all day air and 100 paintballs. its true, we use pursuit park paint. we also have leagues for paintball that involve players that use angels, impulses, shockers etc and have had no complaints. NOT ONE.
the field is in great shape. plays well and looks great. hyper ball. barrels and piping. we have 6 reffs and two Gun techs. a wide retail service including ICD, WGP, brass eagle, JT, viewloader and pro team products. fees for gun work are cheap when considering the other available options in knoxville and the staff will bend over backwards to help you. I LIKE GOONY'S!
Playing on a parking lot would be more effective than playing here.
Sir Goonies is a joke. 12 bux mandatory field fee gets you unlimited play and co2 fills. NO HPA. At that price you gotta be kidding. Think thats bad well then its field paint only and you have to buy it by the 100 at 6 bux. Thats 120 bux for a case. Well don't worry it gets worse. The field paint is BRASS EAGLE. And they have one tiny little field. What a joke. Don't waste your time and money and go to a real field.
Tsunami Paintball - Alot better than sir goonies with prices and everything else
This is a pretty small field only having one field. You have to buy field paint at $5.00 per hundred. It has a bunch of barrels and pipes and stuff to make the barricade. The field is netted in so that not stray paintballs hit the people in go karts or golfing. You can rent gun and gear for about $10 I think. When you order the day pass it comes with 100 paintballs, rental gear if you need it, unlimited co2, and unlimited play. All for about 10 dollars. They only have co2 fills there. For a co2 tank it is between 2-4 dollars a fill if you aren't playing depending on the size of your co2 tank.
Last edited on Sunday, January 2nd, 2005 at 6:09 pm PST