EMR, skirmish, top gun, fireball mountain, North jersey paintball club
This is a great field. The walking distance is minimal so that means you get more time to play. THe people there are excellent... you can talk to them about anything and the owner is a nice person. The refs there are young, but they are very nice and will help you w/ everything. They even gave me a free new hankerchief (flag) that they use at the western field because I ran from the north all the way through the entire field w/ the flag and rang the bell. I've done it a total of 3 times now.
Their WWII field is awesome as they will use smoke grenade and stuff for you w/o charge. One of the best fields. Their WWI field is sick.. it is simple and very fun to play. Their tubefield is pretty nice, but im not into that. Their little attack and defend is sick. Everytime I play, we always play 8 inside and 16 outside and the game is 5mins.
The only thing about this place is that their woodland isn't great. If they can get 2 more woodland in at least.. it would be awesome. Their paint is kind of expensive as well... $100 for a case of 2000 rnds and field paint only. If they would lower it to $80 a case, it would be ideal.
I recommend this place if you live in the area or NYC. It is a great place to play at. Definitely go check it out.
An awesome field, prices are comparable to other fields. The diversity and quality of the fields were unmatched at the other fields I played at except for cousins in manchester. The staff was incredible from friendly ref's who are happy to be there to the owner who was totally cool, he kept the ref's moving so that we could squeeze in extra games and also let our small group of 8 go out on the speedball field by ourselves towardsthe end of the day. Field designs were very nice and well thought out, I would definately come back to play. A total pleasure.
I went to play here a few months ago with some friends. I didnt realize at the time how lucky we are to have such a professional and well run field on Long Island.
-Prices were reasonable.
-Ref's were absolutely awesome, friendly, helpful and responsible. Were really enthusiatic and cheering for some of the better plays we made.
-The fields were a joy to play on. The WWII field ended up being our favorite, but every field is worth playing on.
-The management threw us some free items to take home, and gave the ref's smoke grenades to use in our games for free to make our games more fun.
-The efforts they went to, to make the keep the fields maintained, were notable. It had rained recently and the WWI field (trenches) was wet when we arrived at opening time. Withing minutes they had a bobcat (construction vehicle) in the trenches and were plowing them out. Soon after arriving, the field was dry and playable.
Overall, this has an abundance of professionalism and courtesy and was a joy to play at. I plan to make this our field of choice for any further playing we do in the Long Island area.
High Velocity Indoor Field, Cousins Outdoor Field, Cousins Indoor Field
This field is awsome, it has 3 Speedball Fields(Inflatables), 1 field that is speedball but it uses these black tubes for cover which is pretty cool, it has 1 Western Field which is one of my favorite, 1 World War 2 field which has tanks and army cars and other world war 2 props, there is 1 World War 1 Trench field which is a field with two different trenches that are about 5 feet deep and i liked that field, there is also 1 Attack and Defend field which is a field with this huge mound of dirt in in the middle and bunkers around the outside of it and also i heard that they are gunna have 1 field in the woods with trees and some props, the owner said he was planning on putting it up around spring 2004. I love this field, i like it better than cousins and all the indoors fields, i mean there are 8 fields and soon to be 9. Can it get any better?? There are a awsome amount of props and cover setup. The refs are really nice and honest. They match up about 1 ref to 2 or 3 people. I played 14 on 14 and there were about 8-10 refs. I would highly recomend this field for experts and new players. If your new the refs teach u how to play and stuff. But dont worry, there are a balance of new and expert players, so its a good field for experts and new players.
Note: Iv been to this place 6 times, so i know what im talking about.
Edit- They have the Woobsball field up and its pretty good. Its a nice size and it even has this mini pond.
Last edited on Sunday, January 4th, 2004 at 7:33 pm PST
These fields are stillunder construction. The fields open are speedball (9 out of 10), airfield (10 out of 10), WWI trench field (10 out of 10), WWII center flag field (10 out of 10), Old west town (10 out of 10), and the defend and conquer (7 out of 10). All of these fields I found to be well constructed and laid out. Very good design and scenarios. The defend and conquer field was the only one needing improvement as the walls around fortress are to low, providing a much to easy "lob" shot to defenders on opposite side. I found the refs to be the best around. (friendly, helpful, and very into the games) As this field gains a following, I see Long Island competitiion for Cousins. Definitely worth giving a go.
so far so good, it's new so you can get good deals like paint etc.... not that many people yet. sup air ball and hyper ball fields are big NOT congested. the rec ball fields look fun such as a mock western town, world war 1 and 2 fields, and a trench. refs are cool. if you like speedball it's much better than Cousins one speedball field. so far there's two speedball field there and one more should be there soon. as soon as more people know about the field it will be crowded.