Ok, let me start of by saying that I am not normally a Wood's ball kinda guy, I prefer speed ball. That being said let's jump into the review.
Store- Its a small trailer, not alot to buy there, just little things ya may need. The guys are knowledgable about repairs and if your marker's busted they will give ya a rental for free for the day. Very nice.
Fields- Two air fields, decent set ups, but ya won't find alot of challenge on them from other players cuz majority of players there are woodballers. Not to say they can't play speed ball, but still. As for the other fields, its just a bunch of open woods areas and it feels like not much thought went into them. Alot of the fields are rocky and with steep slopes, very dangerous, I have heard of people getting really hurt there and I could easily see it happening.
Staff- Very friendly and well knowledgable, they will talk to you bout anything and they seem to generally wanna talk to you.
Players- My experience with other players there was great, very friendly, most are guys who play there every weekend so they'll help ya out with strategies for certain fields and such.
Overall- A Great place to play if you like wood's ball and the price is right. I give it an 8.
This field is a pretty good field. They have about 5 fields, three woods and two speed. One of the speedball fields is a good sup airball field which is good to learn how to play speedball and how to play air bunkers. The other speedball field i feel has too many bunkers on a small field, but it is still lots of fun, since there are lots of angles. The woods field called tanks is one of my favorite, with one team being able to hole up on a rock hill, and the other being able to move from tank to tank to attack the people on the hill
This field has several decent sized fields which fit to the size of the group there. The field refs are very helpful and try to keep the game as fair as possible. The owner would gladly go out of his way to help you. The prices are reasonable to other fields in the area. The refs makes sure that everyone is all set so there could be some wait. The speed-ball course is the right size for a quick game and has enough cover for a speed-ball course. The trail course with the hill is put together so the starting side has a great defensive position while the attackers could use several ways to attack. The last course that i played was the wood field, its like your thrown into the woods and fight the enemy force, which i think is great.
Extreme Paintball is great i go there every week to practice with my team. They only have 2 speedball fields but it is the closest field to me. (can't drive 30 minutes out to hoagns alley) The staff is awesome, especially Ray he always gives our team good deals and good reccomendations for food after the games. They are really cool, They give u free n2, and co2. co2 lol. I played there since i started and there is always people there looking to have fun.
I would definantly reccomend this field to anyone who is looking to have fun and chill with a bunch of really cool guys.
I went to Extreme this past weekend for their Big Game. I haven't been to many fields before however i was a little dissapointed. Although it was supposed to start at @9:00 the first game didn't start till 10:30. the refs were helpful. what i was a little dissapointed in was the Big woodsball game. Even though they said they were using 3 fields they must have been set up the long way because it wasn't very wide resulting in rather boring stalemates. However i think with fewer players they could be more enjoyable. I think it could have been organized a little better, but the refs were good and fair, and i plan on returning with some friends.
This place isn't that bad. You do not even have to pay entry fee or anything as long as you have your own gun. If you don't they usually just give you one for free. At their site they say that co2 fills cost money but they usually give that for free too. Paint is pricy but pretty good. All courses seem to overcharge anyway. $80 dollars for 2000. But keep in mind you don't have to pay an entry fee or anything. I might be wrong on this since I've only been there once so do not quote me.
The fields themselves are straight. The real speedball course with ballons and such sucks but the other speedball courses are awsome. The woodsball courses have no forts or anything like that. It's basically just woods.
This place was all right. The fields were not terrible but they were not great. Personally me and my friends made a better field in my backyard than the fields at Extreme. The refs were cool but they did not do much. The enforced safety a lot. You had to have a barrel plug in the hole time you not i game. Also you need your goggles on even before you enter a game. The prices were outrageous. I went on a day that was free admission to play but on a regular day it cost you 30 bucks for a half a day and 500 balls. The paint was good quality but for $85 for 2000; it should be. They really rip you off on the paint. They only allow field paint too, they will kick you if you use any other. I went online after i went and search for prices on the Origin Classic and the most expensive box of 2000 was $45. The place was right on a pond so when it rains it floods real bad. I would not go back because of the high prices but if you are starting off this is a good spot to go because they know their stuff. I would give it about a 5 because it was fun but the prices were high.
None other than my house, will be doing tournaments at Hogans soon though
I read the other reviews and they didn't seem to like this field. I can understand that due to the rocks and stuff. I personally didn't like how the refs kept wanting the open group I was in to play in the woods fields. Just 3 weeks ago they made this new field in the woods built on like big rocks. In my opinion, that's just asking for a law suit when someone falls down the rock wall and breaks a leg or something, but hey whatever floats their boat. Anyways, that field had a lot of brush and stuff making it horrible, I think, but I'm sure the brush will eventually get cleared out. The other woods fields are pretty decent, and many rec ballers there liked them, but I didn't really like them that much, I would just rather play on the airball or speedball course. Now, about the rocks and sliding on the airball course. They took wood chips and put them over most of the rocks sticking up on the airball course making it much more comfortable to slide (I know because I slid all day yesterday on it :-P). I did, though, hit my knee on a rock twice which hurt, but I don't really mind. The refs are really awesome, several times they would go out of their way to come up and make a conversation with us and talk to me and my friend about our guns.
I think it's a great field, I'd say give it a shot, it's hard to tell if you'd like it or not by reading reviews just because of the fact that everyone looks for something different in a field. Oh yeah, and also, their entry price if you have your own equipment is great. It's 50 dollars and that includes the entry fee, free air all day, and 1000 paintballs. But if your a tourney player and love getting trigger happy I'd be prepared for high paintball prices after that initial 1000.