IF YOU LIVE IN ROME GA GO THROUGH TOWN WERE CAPTAIN D'S IS GO ALL THE WAY TILL U PASS THE BRANSON TRACTOR IS AND TURN RIGHT AT THE GAS STATION GO ALL THE WAY UNTIL YOU PASS THE LOCK AND DAM PARK BE LOOKING FOR A INTERSECTION TURN LEFT FOLLOW THAT ROAD UNTIL THE ROAD FORKS OFF HANG RIGHT FOLLOW IT AN SCENARIO IS ON THE RIGHT
Scenario Paintball Games is one of the best fields i have played at. The owners get what you want and what you need. and playing there is not really expensive $10 for air $10 or $15 dollar field fee. Come out to Flagwars in March 2010 and play 8 hours of paintball.
i have played at big daddies paintball but it was kind of crazy there was people taking there mask off in the middle of the game on the feild
Scenario paintball is open on sundays or saturdays if you have a private party other wise every sunday from 1:00 - 6:00 eastern time. Its $10.00 for all day air and $10.00 feild fee and around $40.00 to $60.00 for paint (depends which kind). There is normaly 2-6 refs on the feild so there wount be much cheating
My family and I joined some friends from Team Galaxy Quest and enjoyed a great day of paintball. It was our first time playing and the staff was friendly and helpful. The players were there to have fun with no b.s. or drama...just fun. We look forward to returning to this field.
Haven't played at any other fields in the immediate area, but I have played at both Wildfires in Atlanta as well as Monroe Paintball Works.
Directions to the Field:
From Rome take GA 20 east. Turn left on GA 100 near the power plant. Go approximately 3 miles and turn left on Livingston Rd. Approximately 3 miles out on Livingston Rd, you will see a sign on the right side for the field. Turn right and take the dirt road all the way back.
Since the first time I ever played at this field I have been treated like family. The staff are all fantastic people, and the other players are great as well. In my previous paintball experience, the norm seems to be immaturity and finger pointing. Not so at Scenario. The players are all very mature and play for the love of the game, not bragging rights. The staff are great and always run a clean and most of all safe game. I have played one of the field's 8 hour "Flag Wars" games in the past, and fully plan on playing in the next one that comes up. The field is normally open Sundays from 1p.m. til 6p.m., but is also available for private groups on Saturdays. Field fee and air are $10 each, and you can bring your own paint or buy theirs, which honestly is what I always do, because their prices are so great on paint.
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I have played at Bear Claw, Fort McClellan, Waynes World, Wild Fire, and I really enjoyed playing at SPG.
If you like Scenario style paintball this is a good choice. Alot of different types of fields with diffrent objectives. I am looking forward to play in one of there Big games from what I hear it's an awesome game
Hard to Find. Kinda out in the boonies like wild fire. But WORTH IT!
Adrenaline Paintball(Closed Now)Great lay out fields for woodsball, Pitty they were forced out of the field
Big Daddy's Paintball Speedball
Carnage Paintball nother good woods field. Little to open and small for my tastes.
This is a truely diverse field. Been playing on it for a little under a year now and I will not be quiting any time soon. They have a variety of fields from Hyperball, a Town, Airport(currently), and a number of other woods fields. They are constantly changing the fields to make them better and more challenging to play on.
The owners for the field are great. They expect the players to give them a straight up game and they play the same way. They will treat you like a friend from the moment you step on the field.
And the prices are great as well. The field and Air costs are the cheapest I know of in the area and you can either BYOP or buy a box from them(at the same cost you would probably buy it elsewhere).
The only con to this field for me is the little drive it takes to get there but that is worth it.
Gorilla War in rydal is another field in the Cartersville area. Gorilla is okay, but I will drive to Rome to go back to Scenario.
Directions to the Field:
Take 411 through Rome. Turn right onto the lock and dam road. The road turns into Blacks Bluff Rd, and then it turns left. Turn right onto Livingston/Simpson. The field entrance is down on the left. From the road you maybe skeptical. But once you get back into the woods it is awesome.
Call these guys ahead of time and check on the number of folks coming. The weather caused some other groups that were expected to cancel. The guys at Scenario were great. We had 7 and the 2 guys there swapped out playing so we had even teams.
They have several cool feilds for woodsball. And they have some great scenarios worked out as well.
I will return to this feild, and will possibly talk to these guys about joining their team.
Looking forward to making it out to their Memorial day weekend event. Check out the website for details.
big daddy's, arkenstone, vision, rome paintball, bearclaw tn
great place to take family
you can bring your own paint
good for new players and experienced players
blow ups speedball
and all types of scenario games
location ( depending on where you live )
This field is definitely worth trying, it is inexpensive, good atmosphere among players, lots of different games to play, and it never gets boring, they are constantly adding new bunkers or moving bunkers. they have a town, an airport , and several large command bunkers with surrounding small bunkers, safety nets and they make sure everyone has barrel sleeves on when they are supposed to and that everyone has chronoed to 280 before playing
Pros-Friendly and helpful people, well-built fields, strict on rules, good prices, and good selection of rental guns.
Cons-A little small and no proshop.
Conclusion- This is a good place for familes or just have some fun. They only have woodsball and speedball fields, but know how to make them fun. I really love the fact that the employees are all friendly and helpful. I would recommend this place to anyone; especially scenario players. I only give this place a 9 just to push the employees to come up with some more great fields and/or ideas. To quote Gen. Douglas MacArthur,"I shall return."
the first experience that I had playing paintball was at Scenario. I had wanted to get in the sport for a long time, but just put it off. I'm 43 years old and I really didnt know what to expect from this game, but I knew that I wanted to learn. The first day I showed up, these guys treated me like I was an old friend. The field is excellent for woodsball, incorporating a village set in the woods on a pine hilltop. Perfect! There are also bunkers and forts in the woods and a speedball field. I' m not much on speedball, but these guys make it fun and easy for an old guy like me to learn. Safety seems to always be on their mind. They may not know it but it hooked me instantly and I will keep going back. The only thing I find wrong is the lack of bathroom facilities.