68.caliber,battelzone,splatterpark,and a few private field's.
well all i can say is it's ok. i have played here only about 3or 4 time's and is seem's to be an ok field. the only bad thing's about this field is the ref's and the price of their good's. what i mean about the ref's is they need to do a little reffing instead of standing around with their hand's in their pant pocket's .and price of their good EXPENSIVE that should explain it i suggest you stock up before you go
covered staging area is grate.
parking is ok watch coming up the driveway if you have a lowrideing automobile.
ref's need some training.
and need to cut price's down just a bit.
I really like this field. This was the first field I played on, and is the field I go to regularly. Someone mentioned that the speedball field(s) are slanted. Yes they are, but not even a 2% grade. And if you've actually gone there enough to have a good solid opinion about the place (all but one previous reviewer has played at Mohawk "Just Once"), you'd know that whenever teams/players play speedball, they switch sides after the first game. There are advantages to both sides of the fields. There is a huge woods section where there are many different kind of scenario games that can be played (Center flag, capture the flag, fort-to-fort, attack/defend the fort, center-flag fort, and the list goes on). The field itself is well-kept. Netting is sufficient. Nice "staging area" and lounging around area. The workers there are friendly and helpful. They DO know their stuff if you ask them a question about your gun or whatever. Maybe the time you were there ("Just Once"), they had some guys there that DIDN'T, but every time I've been there the workers/refs have been very cool and knowledgeable. About their reffing, No, they aren't as professional as, let's say, Toledo Indoor Paintball. Mohawk is more based on fun (what Paintballing is really about) than about anything else. Refs will make mistakes every once in a while. Well... I think I've done my duty to report what I think about Mohawk. It's a FUN place to play, and you can get along with everyone there. I recommend it.
Oh! And I want to address what somebody said about the regulars at Mohawk playing in their own tournaments... I, personally, talked w/ the main people that run the place about playing in some of their tournaments, and they said that their teams do plan to play in the tournaments, but if that/those team(s) make it to the finals or somewhere near the finals, they will step out and put the next best team in, because they realize that it is not fair. They don't want to take the chance away from another deserving team.
Last edited on Tuesday, July 22nd, 2003 at 7:35 pm PST
I have only played here once so far and I can't say that there is really anything special about this place. I was there to attend another EAPL 5-man event and everything ran fairly smoothly with the exception of an argument over a flag hang that resulted in a player from Volume shooting 2 or 3 of the opposing players after the game was over, but that's a whole nother story. They had a nice GAP airball field that was on a very nicely kept grassy field. unfortunately that field was on a hill that was probably about a 20°-30° incline with one team starting at the bottom and the other at the top. they could have tried to even out the field by providing more or bigger bunkers at the bottom but they decided that that was unnecessary. Other than that this was an amazingly average field. Decent refs, but like all refs they made some bad calls. The store was little at best but they did provide the necissities. There was plenty of netting and covered staging areas, parking is in the grass which I could see being a problem after rain but it was fine when I was there. I have heard some pretty bad stories of their team (Mohawk Warriors) playing tourneys at their home field which is just wrong IMO but that has little effect on most people. In short I would recommend trying the field out once just for a taste of something new but there are better fields to call home.
Pretty average field
+ Nice netting
+ Good staging area
- air ball field is on a hill
- Home team plays at their own tourneys
this is a sweet place to go to~it is fu<kin huge! it must b like 40 acres~i got lost a cpl times~i dont like the ppl that run it~they dono sh!t bout paintball!~but o well its ok!~also evrething u can buy there is a rip off~so stock up b-4 u go
this is a great field ++++ the paint there is very expensive but there other shop which is Richland paintball(to the stupid guy that gave 1/10 must have never been there or didnt know about their pro shop!) they have great fields woods speedball air ball and they are all great!!
.68 caliber paintball, toledo indoor, and some others
I dont really care about Mohawk ne more, cuz they r nothin compared to the field i play at. and the people at mohawk do absolutely, NOTHING. I mean the refs dont even ref, they jus stand there and look important, thats it. there is more to reffing then jus standing there. im a ref myself, and i kno i do better than them. this just goes to show that the refs at mowhawk dont care about safety or any of that important stuff.
Last edited on Friday, July 4th, 2003 at 9:50 pm PST