Unfortunately, WCP is hard to find using Mapquest or other internet mapping systems. It is best to call the office and get directions if you are not familiar with the area. If you are, the field is located approximately 12 mile east of Highway 220 on Spies Road.
WCP is a growing paintball facility with tons of potential. In the last year new buildings a new stockade style fort have been built. In addition, an old farm house has been converted into a terrorist training camp. Future plans include the addition of a helicopter and small airplane to simulate a crash site.
Food is not available at the site but there are local fast food businesses withing 10 minutes drive. The owners of the field always have water and cold drinks available. In the summer time, water coolers are placed in the dead zones for the players to use.
Prices are very reasonable. Field paint is mandatory and the prices are about the same state wide. If you are looking for a deal, remember to check their web site for discount coupons.
The regular players are always willing to help new people learn the sport. The pro shop is located in Troy, NC. Major repairs and new gun sales are responsibly priced.
WCP is becoming well known for their major scenario games. The last few games have drawn people from several states. Be sure to check out the web site NEWS area to stay informed on upcoming events.
Gotcha Paintball and Paintball Central. They are all hand in hand but as far as prices and the affection shown towards player, Wolf Creek def wins that category.
I have played at this field for quite a while because it is the closest one to my house. The prices on paint and air can all be limited with a VERY great offer of a season pass, which i aim to purchase. I think its like 10% off paint no field fee and all day air for 100.$, which covers you all year. The shop and management along with this field is unbelieveable. The staff is one of a kind and when it comes to assistance or even simple questions. These guys/galls have you covered. The shop is riding on the foundation of a authorized tippmanm dealer but the owner can get anything on request, and may even help you with prices at times. The field has a single woodsball field and a single speedball field, both of which are for recreational fun and excitment.
All in all this is a great organization. The owner has big things in mind and plans to expand as soon as the oppurtunity arises. Hes also a great guy and can help you with anything paintball related. The first time i talked to him i felt like he was somewhat like a father, lol. He looks after his players when the time is needed. The field sets such a great environment for all ages and brings many levels of enjoyment to any type of player. If you havent played here, you dont know what your missing.
Turn east off the Star/Robbins exit of 220 and it'll be about 1.5 miles on your left, but it's easy to miss. Look for the speedball field.
Excellent pricing. If you become a member and play often, it will definitely pay off, but non-member prices aren't bad. About $20 for field fee and all day air for non-member. CO2 and HPA on site. They have a Speedball field and Woodsball field, both of which change periodically. The man who runs this is a great guy. Certified gunsmith and airsmith and more than willing to help you out with any problems. He helped me fine tune my A-5 30 minutes after I met him. No charge! How awesome is that?!?!?! It is field paint only, but they normally have two grades of paint. I've only shot the premium ($45/case) but it shoots great. You wo't be disappointed if you decide to go play here.
Last edited on Wednesday, August 30th, 2006 at 3:28 pm PST