Both times I've played at Orlando paintball it was at night. The indoor fields are great and of the 3 outside fields 2 are good. The speedball field could use alot more lighting. When I played on Saturday night there were barely any people there which was cool b/c we got in alot of games. When I went on Tuesday night the place was crawling with people and it seemed like the place was somewhat under staffed. I think the refs did there jobs well and there wasn't too much time wasted between games. The prices at this place are insane though, they charged me $26 for 500 paintballs, which is crazy since I can get 2000 paintballs with better quality for $35. If your thinkin about checkin this place out go on Tuesday nights cuz you can take your own paint, although you still have to pay $10 plus admission to use your paint its still alot cheaper then buying their's.
Well they have nice fields. Hyper ball, alien, gold rush, center flag, etc. The refs are horrible there. They don't chrono the markers, we even told them that they didn't chrono them and they just ignored us, so of course everyone put there velocity to the max, giving me a bleeding welt. The private party ref was much better than the public ref, he just explained the rules vaguely, and told us to play. What they rent there are tippman 98s and tippman pro carbines, both type of markers in working order. They have safety videos and a lot of over priced merchandise. Orlando paintball did not have a chronograph last time I went there and that could result in serious injuries. They have about three indoor fields and about four outdoors(i'm not exactly sure) but they are all nice there are no wood fields.
So in conclusion Orlando Paintball has nice fields, good working markers,but other than that the place blows...........
Full Throttle Paintball in Lake Helen in my opinion was much better because the referee's acted as they should, the prices are better, they have a sweet woods setup, speedball, hyperball, they are working on some fort looking thing, and the people there are really friendly and helpful.
I intended on going to Full Throttle Paintball to play again but it was raining. Fortunately the gentleman who runs FTP was kind enough to give us directions to Orlando Paintball because they have indoor fields. We had a great time, however the only drawback was that the refs were barely doing their job and some people (kids mostly) were cheating like crazy. I think if the refs had done a better job and Orlando Paintball was a little less expensive I would give them a 9. They were charging for air after you already paid admission and it was about 20% more expensive than Full Throttle Paintball. I will go and play again if it's raining or it's at night because they are open to 12.
I play at Orlando Paintball every Saturday night, there are two indoor fields, and 4 or 5 outside fields, the indoor fields are nice but need some cleaning, overall set up very good. The outdoor fields are set up excellent with different props, a car, tubes and various other things. The outdoor fields need better lighting. Tuesday night is bring your own paint. Check it out if you are in the area. Refs are great. Eddie and Derek are the most professional out of the bunch, so see them if you have any questions.
This field had a variety of hyperball and speedball fields. The indoor warehouse was great, because we were playing at night on BYOP night. I live in Wisconsin, but I played there on my Spring Break last year. The refs and staff were really cool, but the outdoor fields could use more lighting for the night games.