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this is one of the best fields i have played anywhere around here. (i work for an airline so when i say anywhere around here, i really do meen anywhere) it is very profeshionaly ran. denis (the owner) is very paitiont and will help any player with a question or concern. the fields are very well kept up,(he even sprays for mosquitos)
not allot of speedball played but i dont hear many people ask for it either. he has really commited to his field. he is putting a pistal maze in, and is always thinking of ways to improve the field or games. allot of fields talk about improvments that they would like to make, this place actually does them. the fields boundaries are very clearly marked. and has some of the most reasonable prices around. he also does incentives, the more you come he gives t-shirts and free play, for every 5th time in a season. the judges are good and very fair. they dont always catch everything but they will investigate about anything that they hear. so in conclusion... a definate park to go and check out. ohh almost forgot, this year he started selling guns,parts,and supplies that he keeps on hand. (no waithing to order) not a bad selection either.
Awesome Awesome Fields. They have new senerios every other week, just a little bit ago they added a Bomb Defusal. shoots out babypowder, its awsome they put a new field up called "Ring Of Fire" there putting more buildings up out in field 1 - like little huts. they have a good business running there... check it out
Powerstation Paintball (Evansdale, IA)
Iowa Paintball Park (Vinton, IA)
Wow, this is an excellent field. I love woods ball and scenario games and these guys know how to run a field. Very professional, well maintained, and just plain fun. They have some very cool fields to play. One with a POW camp that includes 4 guard towers. The other field is a shallow valley setup that's divided by a creek and has nice big bridge crossing in the middle. These fields make for some very interesting games and one hell of a good time. They also have a speedball feild that I've played once and don't have much interest in playing again. Not my cup of tea I guess. Refs are good but they almost need more than 2 on the big fields to keep up with the action. I give it a 10 because I've played about 6 different fields in the past and this has by far been the best I've seen and most professionally run.
I played at Armagedon paintball park when it still existed.
Well my first impresion of this field was good. They run it very professionaly and adhere to paintball saftey standards. The staff is friendly. The field itself consists of 3 very unique fields. The first is a simpled mirrored speedball field. The second is a woods field with a stream going down the middle. And a large bridge named bulls eye bridge is the main way to get to the oppenents base. The final field is a open field with bunkers and dirt mounds scatted through out. In the center there is a POW camp complete with watch towers and sandbag bunkers. While I havent played at many fields i still no a great place when i find one. And there prices arnt to bad either.
None of the fields I played at have been businesses except Sure Shooting.
I liked what theyve been doing with the field. They are putting in some things which could make it a good place to play. It was a very fun experience. However, my friends and I set one up and it was even more fun! If we can make one better then it can improve. Overall it was a good time though. The field with the bridge mentioned in the info at top was a very fun one. For fun on the last game an older guy and myself ran straight across the bridge and at the other teams flag. The most exilerating experience I have ever had. My reccomendation would beto try it out.
Last edited on Tuesday, May 6th, 2003 at 5:11 pm PST