Stalkers Paintball, Futureball, Edge, Full Hopper, Hillcrest, Etc ... Pretty much all of them.
Apocalypse does have a lot of fields. Speedball, ten man, corall, village, land bridge, tower, airball, hyperball, you name it. Courses are laid out pretty nicely (Especially Speedball One). Airball changes all the time, so i cant say much about that. Hyperball is played with a sand base instead of grass, which my knees are thankful. Tower is just awsome, the trenches are deep, and have sand at the bottom of them. Towers in almost every corner, and a big trench in the middle. Very nice concept fields along with your classic woodsball.
The pro shop is great. I bought my marker there, and they service my marker there. The staff is very knowledgeable, and very willing to help. Never had a problem they could not fix, and they do carry a wide selection of products. They also install it for free if you bought it there.
Great service. Apocalypse is helpful to new players, and the entire park is kept pretty clean. They run a smooth ship, and i've never had any problems to date getting help when i needed it. From paint checks to marker trouble. The staff is just awsome, and love what they do.
Apocalypse is where the competetion is at. I've never had any problems finding an array of very talented individuals. If your looking for a challenge, many players at Apocalypse have went on to play Pro Paintball. When i was new and just starting out, they ALWAYS have tons of new players there on the weekends. It is not uncommon to go on a saturday and join a walk on group of new players that is 30-40 players strong. I've always had a blast at Apocalypse. I've based my review on other paintball parks within the state of Wisconsin, and i can tell you from my experience that it is the best by far. Great fields, great staff, great service. If your looking for a good time at a field where there are lots of new players, or experienced ballers. Apocalypse is the place to be.