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Paintball City Paintball Field

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Phone: 216-404-0400
Address: 20001 Euclid Ave.
Euclid, Ohio 44117
USA

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BaconBitz6 Friday, April 18th, 2003
Period of
Field Use:
Just once  
Date There: N/A
Paintball
Experience:
3 months
Other Fields
in the Area:
not many other fields.....
Review: This place sucks i hated it and i know very many other people that hated it. All the prices were a rip off a box of 2000 was more than a $100. the field fee was 20 - 25 dollars. i bought 500 paintball and it was 30.00. No one should go there until they put there prices down. They claim to use there money that they get from there paint prices to clean the place BUT... there floors are so slippery my friend fell down and he vows never to go back again, and so do i. You should too, it is a danger zone for everybody you will definetly be injured there or worse. the paint is so much money they probably just keep it for themselves.

RECENT ADDITION: I dont know what jdozz was talking about. If he thinks that 50 bucks for 500 paintballs is good then he is a sucker. You can go to almost any store in the US and buy a case of paint for that much if not less money.
Last edited on Sunday, April 17th, 2005 at 6:22 pm PST
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ImpulseFreak Thursday, April 10th, 2003
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Field Use:
3 months  
Last There: N/A
Paintball
Experience:
3 years
Other Fields
in the Area:
Splatterpark, Pinnacle Woods, Toledo Indoor, Indian Springs, Atomix
Review: I played this field only couple of times and I hated it. The cost is just too expensive. You have to be really hard up to play indoor paintball to pay those expensive paint prices. I tend to shoot a lot and I spent $60 bucks for 1000 rounds! All of my paintball buddies and teammates have stopped going there since they raised the paint price.

I agree with the other guy about the floor over there. I didn't fall myself, but I saw a kid bent his Dye Boomstick barrel on his M98 when he slipped on a puddle of wet paint. I wasn't crazy about the smell either, it had a weird mildew aroma.
They should install AstroTurf for the floor and then it might be decent.

My biggest gripe is the prices they charge for paint, that's CRAZY!!!!
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heffalump Thursday, April 3rd, 2003
Period of
Field Use:
1 year  
Last There: N/A
Paintball
Experience:
2 years
Other Fields
in the Area:
pinnacle woods, toledo indoor paintball, and greendridge.
Review: paintball city is currently the ONLY indoor field in the cleveland area and they know it. their field fee is either $20 or $25, and their paint is extremely expensive! $29 for 500 rounds. (no, i'm not kidding)

the field is big, that's probably the best thing about the place. the field consists of a leaky basement behind the old gm fisher body plant in euclid on euclid ave.

aside from the ridiculous prices, the field is VERY DANGEROUS. the floor is bare concrete with small water puddles where it occasionally leaks from the ceiling. it gets outright scary when the floor gets slippery from broken paint. i've slipped many times on the slick flooring and still have a nasty scar on my right elbow. i've seen countless people wipe out and a few have damaged their gun from falling. they do power wash the floor couple times a week, but believe me, it doesn't take much to make the floor feel like an oil slick.

despite the shortcomings listed above, the place does have potential. they can really turn that place around by doing two things:

1. fix the floor! - make the floor a lot safer by fixing the water leaks and putting down mulch, wood chips or even dirt.

2. lower the price to something more reasonable. i think $15 field fee and $20/500 - $60/case would be a fair price.

i can say for sure that me and my friends won't go back there until they do something about the dangerous floors and the insane prices.


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