Plains paintball - nice people and decent fields, but I like G's field much better.
Lewis Bowl - I don't like it, period.
Splatball (yankton) - was an great field but it is closed down now.
TDR - not sure if they are going to open this year. Ok field but kinda a long drive for me.
Directions to the Field:
The minimap on their website shows you right where it is. It is very easy to find.
This field is very easy to find. Just use the minimap on the website. If you want a text description, take hwy 275, then turn south at the first dirt road west of the Stanton turnoff, (it should also be noted that this is the same dirt road taken to get to maskenthine reservoir, which is also a nice fishing lake, but I digress).
No field fee, $5 all day air, and you have to use their paint. However, the paint is karnage, with the most expensive case being $45. I used their cheapest paint and it shot like a dream. (Just in case you are wondering, the guns i used where: CCI phantom, pump trilogy cocker, and an nxt shocker.) You can use any type of air that you want on the field. They carry 3000psi air and no CO2, but they have air tanks to rent out if you need one. They also have rental guns, masks, tanks, and hoppers.
The people here are as friendly as they come. They are very nice and are willing to help you out whenever you need it. They have a good ref on the field to keep everyone honest. Also, their paintball team as well as the owner offer lots of great advice both on the field and off (tech advice). Safety is maintained very well by both owner and players alike.
This field is very well built and kept up. The field is cut into a hill with the net being at the top of the hill, making for a safe and excellent view of the field for spectators. The field itself uses psp layouts. The bunkers are very well taken care of, as the bunkers are washed, dried, pulled up and put away after the day is over. The turnaround time between games was long enough to clean, reload, air up, and talk about the last round of games, but short enough that you don't get bored waiting for the next round of games.
Honestly, this is the best field i have ever been to. I like the field, the people, the paint. I can't say anything bad about this place. 10/10. I can't wait to go there again!
Last edited on Wednesday, April 14th, 2010 at 5:51 pm PST
Metro Paintball Games- Not much competition there, Gs is ran better, looks better and is better priced.
Hours of Operation: 11am to 5pm
This field blows most other fields I've been to outta the water. The field is set up to mimic PSP fields. This week it was set up as the Phoenix layout. The layout made for a great day of day play. The prices at the field are awesome, its almost cheaper to play here than in your own backyard. Paint is more than fair and just a few dollars more than what Wal-Mart would charge you for some junky paint thats been on their shelf for years. The field is cut into a hillside which allows for amazing views of the field and allows for coaches/friends and spectators to watch all the action. Games were kept moving and there was very little downtime. The bunkers were in great shape and weren't coated in paint like other fields I've been to. The players were all great and the owner of the field was awesome. Reffs were there when you needed them and kept everyone honest. There was plenty of parking and it was very easy to get to.