This is an awesome field. That is all that is needed for this review, but I will elaborate. This is the first field I had ever played at, and that is where my obsession started. This place is the best to start on and play for anytime. Especially with their new JT Sup' Air field. It is not a large buissness either, so they dont rip holes in your pocket. The paint is $45 a case, $5 all air (C02 or Nitro), and the field fee is $5 if you bring off-field paint, dosent get much better...I always feel safe there, and no one cheats either. The people there are very serious about safety and excellent when it comes to playing. I always feel a challenge there, good balance between noobs and experienced. They will fix your gin for free if it has a problem and they are very good (especially with tippmanns).Go to this field if you are tired of being ripped off, playing at bad fileds and are just looking to play some good clean paintball.
this place was amazing, dude-man gave us so much freedom to basically play like we wanted on our own terms. everyone there was nice, and no one cheatted, proving once and for all refs are utterly pointless. the price cannot be beat. period. much better than paintball authority in that there were no inflated prices or pissy refs yelling at you for having your mask off even though the game is over.
I could not have been more impressed with the down to earth nature and attitude of Savage Paintball <www.savagepaint.com>. I played there with some friends from school on December 22nd, 2003. The speed-ball field is simple, but nice. With both inflatable and hard bunkers, players are able to vary strategy and performance and give each game a different twist so even speed-ball doesn't get boring. I played with clifhanger, and seriously the slope of the field is not near as drastic as it was once described, plus the field needs to be sloped to help with drainage. We met some cool people who played on the field regularly and the owners couldn't have been cooler about all of us (about 20) playing. I played with my own gun, but those who rented weren't ripped off like they are at other places around here., and the rental guns, mostly Tippmann's worked fine.
Overall I recommend Savage Paintball to anyone, new or expirienced.
The owner/operators are really cool and the price is fair. The new speedball course is excellent with a very slight slope which I like because it adds dimension to the games. Although seriously, it's probably like a 2 degree slope, not much at all. Me and a bunch of my friends played here this weekend and it's like a private field. The people here are all very nice and helpful and let you do what you want within reason. They have plenty of CO2 and N2. My only qualm is that there were times when I couldn't get my CO2 tank completely topped off, but I'm sure if I had asked the owner I would have been fine. The woods course is also great, with clear boundaries, and natural bunkers.
Lostboys Paintball, Splatbrothers Paintball, BCBG, P. A.
The woods are natural, the field was moved to a slope to stop the mud, and the guys who run it don't try to make a living off of it. that is cool, cus you know they will treat you as friend not as a profet maker. They upgrade when they can...they got 4500 psi. in the morrnings(drops as the day goes on), and the CO2 fills are good. Its more of a rustic play place. But I hear they got a new JT field in! So I will be going there more. P.S. the guys rarely play.....they too good! but when the do, the try to let us smaller players get the shots.... and it is like going to your grandmothers house to play too.... There is a nice lady there that keeps an eye on things.
BCBG- this was better, but the fact that you have to pay to get in, i dont like that at all.
This is a good field to play at. It isn't expensive, and the people are nice and fair about stuff. I don't know what that fist guy was talking about. They have good paint, and the slant of the field isn't that big. He is over exaggerating. It isn't expensive. The prices are fair and they have stuff to buy. I would recommend this field for someone that is just starting to play. Check out their website if you want to go there savagepaint.com
What do you get when you get a sloping, rocky field under some massive power lines and throw some old furniture on it? You get savage paintball! Seriously, the speedball field slopes at a 45 degree angle, and is incredibly rocky. Their bunkers consist of a couple of old, rotting couches, and some makeshift plywood bunkers half falling apart with nails sticking out of them. There are no refs, so trying to start up a game is a pain, and no one is required to chrono their gun. At one point I got bunkered from 3 feet away by some kid shooting upwards to 400fps. The one good point is the price; only five bucks for all day air, but you only get that if you buy paint from them. Paint is 45 a case, which didn't seem bad, till I opened up a case. It was ancient and discolored; half of the balls were black shelled, the rest a poop brown. Go there only if you need a cheap paintball fix, or you enjoy pain and unsafe playing conditions.