Hell Survivors (Pickney, MI) - Great - Outdoor - Woodsball
Bull Creek (Portage) - Great - Outdoor - Woodsball - Scenarios - MY FAVORITE
Warzone (Sylvania) - Great - Indoor - Outdoor - Ghost town
Current Fields I have tried:
Mohawk (Jeromesville) - Great - Outdoor
Great Lakes (Bellevue) - Good - Outdoor
Splatter Park (Mt. Gilead)- Ok - Outdoor
Fields of the past (now out of business) that I played at or tried:
Tag (Toledo), The Paintball Co. (Lima), U-do (Toledo), Splatterdome (Columbus),
Atomix (Detroit), Pevs (Toledo), TC Paintball (Toledo), L&G (Findlay), Combat Zone (Tiffin) , TIP (Toledo)
Is a great outdoor field. Nice layout
Fair Prices. Air, paintballs, admission, etc.
Great Staff. Friendly
I would play here on a regular basis but it is too far for me to drive here since I live in Toledo, OH. My friends and I occasionally travel to distant fields and will travel here again in the future. We are going to try and attend their october scenario event. Scenario games are awesome.
This is the first time I played here in several years. I played here years ago in the oppl league and in a tournament that Mohawk hosted, which they ran well.
Last edited on Friday, October 23rd, 2009 at 2:21 pm PST
Overall mohawk is a great field, cheap prices, fun environment ,nice layout ,the owners are very freindly and helpful, the refs always make good calls and the field is family oriented, , the woods ball field is awsome i love all the natural and man made bunkers the steep angles of the ravine presents a challeging play field and the speedball fields are ok although they destroyed some of the castles it still presents a great set up.
About an hour away from Akron, but it was worth the drive.
Speedball field: 8/10 Cool part is there's a building in the middle.
Woodland fields: 7/10 They have two of them, one is in a valley which is cool.
Staff: 9/10 Friendly staff.
Pro shop: 5/10 Not much of a selection. But its better than Wal-Mart.
Refs: 9/10 Make good calls.
Prices: 7/10 Gun rentals are $30 which is more than some other places.
Rules: 9/10 Don't have any complicated rules.
Services: 8/10 CO2 and compressed air refills.
Food: 3/10 Just some candy bars to buy at $1 a piece.
From top to bottom this is a great place to go paintballing. Prices are very good, equipment is very adequate if you need to rent.
They are intense on the rules as far as when a gun can be unnozzled and when you need to be wearing a mask, but I think thats good.
They are very nice people and the judging is good.
There are wooded areas, more open fields, urban areas, plently of barracks and forts. Really they have a great balance between everything. They even have a course with a stream in the middle and tall grass you can slide through and do some intense sneak attacks.
I would go to this place everytime if it was possible. It makes others I have been to seem juvenile.
toledo (TC), battlezone, pbworld < not scenerio based fields...etc. Mohawk is (as of now) a scenerio based field.
Directions to the Field:
right off of 30 (county road 2000) its easy too find
For as long as I have played paintball mohawk has existed, and I always return because of the comfortable atmosphere. Its sort of like home too me. Lisa and Jason will go far out of their way to please you. There is a constant chilled out environment. Prices are as low as they can go and there arent too many other fields around that can order you something and have it in stock 2 days after you ask for it (guns/whatever). If you complain about their prices then you obviously havent been to too many fields. They rent out the new tippmanns and although aged are in perfect working order like any other tippmann you pick up. They hold awesome scenerio events, their woodsball is unprecedented in all aspects, and although an extremely competitive airball field does not really exist the real deal is on its way that will put some local fields out of business if it happens I gaurantee its success. If they can put in a solid airball field they will be on par with TPA, pbworld, and TC in toledo because they have the other fields beat in price. Competition wise mohawk can bring in some tough people it just depends on who is practicing that weekend. You can expect an average amount of effort out of their refs, they try hard most of them are new to the paintball community. You may have too work with them a little, but they mean the best and will try their damndest when you need them. I along with a few of my teammates have accidentally laced one of them bad and they did not complain once during practice on several occasions. If your a cheater dont even show up there are several veterans that love your kind and they will shoot you to pieces if they catch you I dont care how fast you think you can shoot you wont impress them. I love mohawk and I want to give them a 10 but the overall turnout changes dramatically due to the switch to airball. They have paper towels and goggle spray a must have. Hot dogs are grilled every sunday and they are free...
Last edited on Saturday, June 30th, 2007 at 1:19 am PST
I like the field except thier paint set up is unconvenient. If you dont use all your paint you buy that day, its useless because they dont want you to bring it back even though you bought it from them. They want you to buy paint from them each time you go no matter what you have left from your last visit. Also thier paint is fairly expensive. I just have to say I feel like I am wasting my money if i buy too much paint. The field paint makes it all a hastle and a pain because it forces you to stop playing when you run out of paint because you dont want to waste your money. If the field paint wasnt such a big issue for me, I wouldnt feel my day was cut short and wouldnt have so much issue with them. If you dont mind that, its a good field to play on.
I didnt think this field was nice at all. I hate the fact that you have to leave the main building to get to the building where the field is, especially at night when you cant see where you are going and there are uneven rocks and thorn bushes right next to that little path. Also, I hate having to wear my mask just to watch the games. That drove me nuts.
The overall field wasnt very nice either. The bunkers were odd, and very hard to get in tight to. The lanes blow and the material on the floor is horrible.
The one thing I did like was the family atmosphere. No one was yelling, or overshooting or ramping to 25 bps on kids with tippmanns and prices were good, But that kid with the 07 ego owned me>:O
Last edited on Wednesday, February 14th, 2007 at 7:05 am PST
my group from www.clevelandpaintball.com came, most it was our 1st time at this field. the terrain is EXALENT for woods ball, old growth big trees for cover, and man made bunkers all over.
from big deep ravines to flat open barrel fields and 2 story forts...
prices were great and they offer the option to bring your own paint for 10 extra bucks..
I am new to paintball and the first place i went to was mohawk paintball. When i was first there i met the owners. They are very nice people and they treat you with respect. The feild is in jeromesville out in the middle of nowhere. But to me it was worth the trip. There prices for stuff is awsome. When i first was there i got a rental kit with a tippman, mask, 20oz co2 tank, free air fills, and 500 rec grade paitballs for only $30. Then i got 1000 seconds grade paint for like near $17 adding up to less than 50 bucks. The tippman rental guns are old but the shoot great and are well taking care of. Barrel covers or plugs are manditory while in the stagin area and mask have to be on at the feild. Though They didnt really make sure people chronod their guns. They are open sundays 12-6:00. I remember when i was there he acctually made hotdogs for everyone. They also have drings for sale. There feilds are awsome. Urbal assualt(trailer game), speedball, woodsball, and a castle feild. So if you want a good paintball experience with good prices check out mohawk paintball.