I dont remember them having to go through an orientation about the rules but no one was really causing any safety issues for them to excersise this.
These guys had a lot of fields that were all really cool and special in their own way.(terminator field!) There were at least 8 i believe.
I was usuing a rental at the time and this was sad because i got 2 almost empty CO2 tanks till i made the guy go and fill up the tank in front of me. then it was for the most part full.
The staff was really nice
Thses refs were really good and really cool about doing their jobs.
idk if these gys that were were regulars or not but they had a serious problem with shooting ppl after they were out. i got shot in the neck after the ref was standing next to me yelling let him out. some of the ppl there are real jerks abt playing but most of them were good ppl.
these guys hamburgers were really good their drinks were a bit expensive
None in a LONG time, have a few "renegade" fields by me i usually play at
Directions to the Field:
5 FWY north exit Parker, turn right, make another right at the stop sign then follow the signs....
Besides the heat (was pretty close to 100 degrees that day) was a great day. Went as a "walk-on" with a few buddies from work.
-$30 for all day entry and all day nitro (3k and 4500 fills) or CO2
-fair refs, don't make a big deal about asking for paint checks.
-get TONS of games in.
-dirt road up to the field, my lowered truck made it fine but had to take it a little slow.
-HILLS!!! All the fields are a hike up a hill
-Cheaters, you will find them everywhere though. Not blaming the refs though, kinda hard for 3-4 of them to watch a 20-20 game. Got "bonus balled" by the same kid a few times too, got told to "watch my mouth" by his dad but nothing was said by the refs.
Overall though, was a good field. Tried to go to Acton to play that day but they were closed for repairs. And since we were coming from the Antelope Valley, it wasn't that much a a deal to drive a little further. Didn't get to play on the speed ball fields since my buddies don't play speed ball, but they looked like decent setups. 9-10, nothings perfect.....unless someone can find me a free entry, paint, and air field.....
Last edited on Tuesday, June 19th, 2007 at 3:06 pm PST
The best Refs around and they are very fair. The maintenance/tech staff are genuises and if they cant fix your gu they will give you a free rental for the day. Food is really good really fresh grilled there. hours of operation=9am-4pm. 3 professional speedball fields and like 7 scenario fields. Again the refs are really chill the guy with the dreads is the s***. If you are tired of playing or just want to watch he'll let you start the game with the countdown and if its late in the day and some ppl have left he mite you call some guys out, fairly of course x)
Last edited on Tuesday, June 12th, 2007 at 5:02 pm PST
Was only the second time I went paint-balling around castaic.
The fields were great
refs were friendly
people were friendly and helpful
hills to each map
safety (or lack of)
cheating kids (on my team)
first off let me say the fields were very good. all of them had good and bad aspects like most fields, but for me at least, lots of fun, lots of action. the speed-ball course looked good, but i didn't get a chance to go because i was with friends with rentals who didn't want speed-ball.
like i said, the refs were friendly, any questions asked they answered, but at the same time, I didn't feel like they were in charge. in one game I got knocked out early because of a speed rush, and was waiting for the next game. 10-15 minutes pass, go to the ref and ask how much longer. he acts like i reminded him and he says "oh yeah, 5 more mins" this was only 1 time though, rest of the day time was handled well. Also, i don't remember how many refs were on the field most of the time, but I got shot in the neck while moving up and a little kid I don't even know right behind me actully believe it or not, starting rubbing it off saying just wipe it off. I took myself out of the game, but i wouldn't trust someone else to do it, especially the little kids.
also, be prepared for a work-out because you're climbing hills to each map. they might not seem like alot to some, but they wear on you at the end of the day.
and lastly safety.....when i went, there was, none. when i filled out the form, they asked all the basic questions to make sure I knew what I was doing. but after that. there was no one to check guns at the range the whole day. people were walking down the hill with their masks off and the refs passing by didn't say a word. even i'll admit, its actully nice not having the refs telling you every second you have your mask off to clean it when you're waiting before a game, or when you're walking back to your car outside the map, but they're just asking for a injury sooner or later.
with all this said, I still had a great time here. its easy to nitpick all the bad things, but it was a real enjoyable exp. for everyone I went with. if they could get the safety right, it'd be great, but still, i'd go again
Conquest (ok field if your into scenario play. Zero speed ball)
SCVillage (Cool fields. very stinkie. prices piss me off. all the rules!)
Directions to the Field:
Take the five towards castaic. exit some exit, right, then right, then follow the road,
CPP is where i played paintball recently, and i guess its where i first started to really play. here my two cents.
They are very safe about everything. they make sure your barrell plugs are in and they push the mask rule really well. they not soo strict when it comes to parking lot stuff, cause they know the firing they hear isnt paint firing, but just air and what not. unlike some parks where they hear one shot in the parking lot, they go hitler on you.
really cool scenario fields. this is where i like to play speed ball. they have 1 speedball field that is like practically deflated, but me and my friends played on there for a ffa, lol. good times, we did like a 2v2 on that too. my first time playin for my friends party it was like 12v12 on the better speedball field. good stuff. From what i hear, they gettin new fields, so i cant wait!
Hours of opperation:
i guess like any other places (8:00am-4:00pm). I like to get there by 7:30 to get good parking near the shade. right next to the speedball arena.
not bad for the prices. but then again, wouldnt every one want to play for free w/ free air? lol
They do have rules, and they enforce em. but they arent anal about em. they are very nice when it comes to letting you know the rules. i know for me, if a guy is a jerk to me saying "dont shoot your gun in the parking lot" im gonna do it again when he leaves. but if they ask nicely like they do here, i will gladly stop.
Bathrooms, food, HPA and Co2 air, mini store.
great staff!! really down to earth
great to play with, havent really noticed that much wipers. once the game gets goin, the players on the field call the shots for both sides, and doesnt take sides, very nice. when you go, you will most likly run into the CLOWNS lol. great fun peeps to play with, very friendly and informative. Thats why i go.
overal its a great field for a great day paintballing.
BRING YOUR OWN PAINT.
i also like to bring a cooler lol
I live in Burbank. I Take the 5 North, and I stay on 5 North until I reach the exit, the exit is -PARKER RD- you take the exit, make a right at the exit, and then make another write at the gas station, you cant miss it.
The first time I played here, it was a great experience, they had 3 Speedball field, one which is NPPL style, and now, they are making another one! Their Scenario fields are pretty fun as well. Prices are reasonable, 20 to enter, 10 for all day air. Refs are very chill and nice, and people there are pretty friendly.
ONE WARNING: GO THERE WITH YOUR OWN PAINT, THEY CHARGE $70 FOR A CASE OF "BONUS" PAINTBALLS, Paint which is worth $35 a case.
I wish they have differnet kinds of paint at affordable rates, paint there is WAY over prices. I would LEAVE rather than sat and pay $70 for crappy paint.
Last edited on Wednesday, February 7th, 2007 at 11:05 pm PST
this place has great fields, but I dont reccomend going there in the summer like I did, it was well over the 100's, I personaly dont like the location of this park, you must walk up hill in the heat, but the fields were well thought out, they were big, they had 2 or 3 airball fields, and 4 scenario fields, I think that it was just me but I didn't have a good experience here, but i'm gonna try it again in a calmer season.
Well there are fields of fire and paintball usa but none of them compare to california paint ball park
The park is awsome it have 7 fields and 3 of them are profetional air ball fields. The park includes bathroom facilities and nice shaded tables. Also very large parking. Great staff that helps with all your paint ball guns problems. The park has 7 fields and all 7 of them are unique becuse all of them are different in many different ways. the park also have a food stand when lunch time comes around they serve hot dogs and hamburgers with soft drinks on the side. also they have self pump sinks so you can wash your hands or wash parts of your gun.
Field of Fire
couple more around here
Directions to the Field:
get the 5 north going to six flags...3 exits after at parker you make a right..then a right on castaic rd...the go straight till you hit a left the you will see cpp signs
FUN FIELD !!!! especially because it was my first time...there was a tourney and you met all these people..good thing is that there was a big shaded area.They got like 3-4 speedball fields....good walk on games...10-12 man teams...big enoguh fields...got like a city field...got a tire trech field.got another tire field.an urban field..and couple more..no wipers of any kind..refs are kool funny..especialy the asian guy that fills the co2..my velocity adjuster on went to 215 all the way so he fixed it....well i wont ruin it all for you.go find out for yourselvess..