Ok the field ws pretty nice, the owner was also pretty nice, the bathroom could use some work(currently a board with a hole in it over a creek in a small shack, i went for a tournament recently and my only complaint is that teh reffing staff was terrible, at teh begining of teh tourny we were told a quarter size paint splat counted as ahit, i had a dried at least two game old hit smaller trhan a dime on my sleeve(i dont mean on surface it was worked down into threads and was removed best as possible), anyway this mark was on my oleft arm which i never exposed during teh game in question, and some litle i swear 12 year old pulled me, i appealed to teh head ref, who of course said it stood, and as i was walking away this same little kid(ref) asked me "who would pull you for that?" like i said teh facility isnt bad and i did have som fun, i just can't bring myself to play another tourny there until i know teh reffing has been improved(i am not alone in this opinion), 5 out of 10
I've played at tri-county twice now. $6 all day air can't beat that. And its only $5 dollars to play and you can bring own paint. Both fields are very nice. The wood speedball field is set up great and as many different angles to play it from. The airball field is also set up nicely. Don't have much of a pro shop at all. But the owners are nice and its not a tight fight with them. Overall I give the field a 7 out of 10 because it is a very nice place to play but they should have more of a pro shop and try to get more variety of paintballs in and sell them alittle cheaper.
There really are no other fields in the area that I know of. Most of them have went out of business or should count as a business(Scary Creek).
I have only played at Tri-County once and it was a few years ago when Jaco's Paintball was just getting a West Virginia Paintball League stated. I had a great time at Tri-County and can't wait to go back. I have not been playing for a couple years and am just now getting back into the game. I am looking forward to playing there because of the new airball field that everyone is talking about. Everyone was very friendly there and really I think that field was the best in the state at that time.
Scary Creek and Shiloh fields when it was open, Intense paintball, the one in Princeton but can't remember the name.
This is an awesome field. The speed ball field is laid out real nice. The bunkers are made of wood, but it is awesome to play on. The field owner just purchased an airball field so it is just getting even better. The owner is super friendly and very helpful. He knows alot about guns and he will fix your gun for you. I would have to give this field a 10 for sure. It is definately a place you would have to give a chance and come to play. I can't wait for their summer tournament series to start. The times I have played there have been good competition and he will even call and let you know if a lot of teams are coming out to practice.
This is a great field. Even though they have just 1 speedball field made of wood and such, i still like it a lot. The owner is cool, unlike the mean ass dude from Scary Creek. He is polite and is always there for your needs. He actually knows paintball and the guns. They are getting a airball field next weekend. (I talked with Brian from AGD, because he is delivering it....WOO HOO!!) It is the home field to team Wicked Fire ( Garrett Watterson and his crew [they're cool] ). When I went Sunday, i was thinkin there was gonna be a few players there...heh, i was wrong. 2 guys from Brimstone Smoke showed with the new WGP Karnivors (check my review, they are AWESOME guns) and 2 guys from AGD Factory Team showed. Then there was the young guns team "The Squirrels'', and then the typical regular players. The prices arent bad, only about $65 for a case of Kick'N Premium. $6 for all day air, n2 or co2. He has a compressor (Thank you Sweet Jesus). The field is pretty nice actually, with spools, stand ups, connected spools, and a snake. Its about perfect size for 5 man or under. Anymore than 5 vs 5 and the breakout gets kinda cramped. He does repairs on most all guns ($10 per hour). The only real problem i had was he wasnt that good on the safety factor; guys were takin their masks off on the field, and guys were not pluggin their barrels when they walked off the field -- and he wasnt reinforcing it. Anyway, its a great field and if you live in the area you should check it out!