Nvp---Fun but overcrowded
Jello-factory---not that great players to cocky
GRC--- one of the best in new york just like nvp except not turf and less people which is sometimes a good thing
Lb--- was in attica but got shut down bc it was very small and couldn't hold very big games
Directions to the Field:
Right next to Gcc the college and right next to the thruway
Safety--- is very upheld here and is well established with new players that it is one of the highest priorities.
Field--- it is a sup air xball field it seems like newer additions like a longer snake have just been added this year makes for a great time with many bunkers. very challenging at times because there is so many just gotta be able to walk the field.
Hours of operation--- i get there around noon on either sat or sunday but im pretty sure they are open sat at 10 till dark and sunday 12 till dark
prices cheap---10 dollar entry 15 with byop it is also 55 a case which is comparable to many other fields.
The two guys that run it are very knowledgeable about the sport and can teach newer players how to get deeper into the game and help them learn new styles of play and to be overall a better player.
They have drinks on site about 1.00 for anything there very good prices for the amount you get
It is well worth it to play at warriors because of the caliber of players that stop by and the prices i would recommend this field to anyone new to the sport or anyone that wants to be any better at paintball very fun field thats why i give it a 9/10
Jello Factory, it's larger and more expensive, and warriors has much better hours
Jello Factory is open on Friday and Saturday from around 6pm-midnight
Warriors is open on Saturday and Sunday from around 10am-9pm(much better hours I think)
Jello factory charges $60 per case of paint
Warriors charges $55 per case of paint
Jello factory has rec ball
Warriors has speedball
Jello factory has more people
Warriors just opened recently so not many people know about it
This is a great field and a short drive.
I'm going to state the pros and cons of the field.
Paint prices are cheapest in the area compared to the other fields I know about.
Field is kept in great condition, with the Sup' Air bunkers being aired up plenty.
Safety is very important there and you need to always have a barrel bag on unless you're in the field(they chrono using a hand held chronograph in the field before you play).
The owners are extremely nice guys and are always making sure the new players know how to play and what each of the bunkers are called and are very helpful and experienced player(the field got it's name from the team the Warriors which was a professional team that one or both of the owners played on).
The hours were the main reason I went my first time and why I'll definitely come back again, they're open all day on Saturday from 10am-9pm and on Sunday from 12pm-6pm.
Even though the field is kept in great condition, it's pretty small. The field's pretty good for playing 3-on-3 but any more than that and it can get crowded due to there not being a ton of bunkers.
There were only 4 other players there when my 2 friends and I went due to, like I stated before it just opening, so if you plan on going to play you probably want to bring a couple people just incase.
They offer at the place where you get your tanks filled Gatorade and Bottled water for a small price but no food, so just remember to bring some snacks with you.
They do not have bathrooms at the moment, so you'll basically have to use a bush for now.
Overall I liked the field a lot, but due to there not being that many people there yet and the field size I have to give it a 8 out of 10.