Memphis paintball park, chf is way cheaper and way more friendly
Chf is very friendly and will help you all that they can. Last year my gun kept messin up and I couldn't figure out what it was. I took it to the the gun tech and he gave me a rental for free and he fixed my gun while I was out on The field playing. There is not alot of people that will do that. It's also very nice that you can bring your own paint.
CHF is by far the best field in North MS, possibly in the entire state. Rebel is brand new and is very small and has potential, but the player base, services offered, and great deals at CHF put it far beyond the competition.
Directions to the Field:
08 Love Road
off Hwy 51 South of Hernando, MS
Excellent field, open weekends and weekdays by appointment- full service pro shop with gun techs (no licensed airsmiths that I know of, but they can fix most anything), air fills, CO2, multiple levels of rental gear, lots of gear in store, great prices on paint, air, entry, etc. The park membership is an incredible deal that anyone would be crazy not to buy if you play there with any regularity.
Competent ref staff, even though they are a bit young. Great Rec/woodsball crowds every weekend, usually have large groups playing on the 5 woods/hyperball courses.
The Xball field is also great- new 09 upgrade kit, 360* netting, roofed staging area with tables and parking lot. The grass is always excellent and PSP layouts are set up by the field owner when they are released! Every Sunday, its full of D2 and up ranked PSP, CFOA, and NCPA experienced players, so the competition is great. The laid back atmosphere doesn't let new players get intimidated and everyone is courteous and willing to help out or coach those who want it.
If you are ever in North and have the itch to play, CHF is the place to be, whether you like the woods or speedball or both. I highly recommend this field to anyone- new to paintball or highly experienced- you will not be disappointed.
I played at Memphis up until EZ bought it. With that and all the changes that came, I left. That was probably the smartest decision that I have ever made. CHF is much friendly with much better competition and is full of people that only want the best for the sport.
Directions to the Field:
From Oxford: Get on HWY 6 towards Batesville, at Batesville take I-55 to the Coldwater/Independence exit, go left, take a right at the stop sign, when you see the little pink house on the right take a right on Love Road right before you get to the pink house
From Memphis: Take I-55 South, get off at the Hernando exit, go right, once at town square take a left, continue till you see the little pink house, go right as soon as you pass it onto Love Road
Robert, or Bob, couldn't be a better owner. He truly cares about each and every person that enters his park and farm. He will do what it takes to ensure that people enjoy themselves and are perfectly satisfied with their experience.
Most of the staff has been working their for years and they each know the ropes of the business. As a former employee I can honestly say that it is a positive and enjoyable place to play and work. The people come in happy and leave happy, that is the way it should be.
The shop if fully stocked with all the newest equipment from beginner to advanced experience they have it all. It doesn't matter if your looking for a barrel sock or a high-end gun, they will have what you need and if they don't they will order it for you. Also, the paint is ordered fresh and delivered fresh everytime. You won't need to worry about quality, they supply the best.
This is the biggest plus. Prices are the best in the region by far. The competing park just north charges $90 per case plus entry and air. CHF only charges $50 per case of paint but also has better grades for just a few more dollars each. Also, you can't bring your own paint but one day a month up in Memphis. However, at CHF you can bring your own paint whenever you so choose. One really couldn't ask for a better setup as far as prices go at CHF.
CHF offers several woodsball courses that children of all ages can enjoy, from 10-65, everyone loves them. The new X-ball Race-to field is also a HUGE plus. Many fields in the country haven't had the chance to upgrade to the latest and greatest yet, but CHF has provided what the people want.
All-in-all, CHF is the best field for miles in any direction from it's location. I have played several in Mississippi, Alabama, Georgia, Tennessee, and Arkansas and the truth is is that CHF is a step above the rest in quality, players, and prices.
i have played at delta paintball and chf and between these two delta paintball is way better
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couldnt tell u
This field is not that great of a feild. The service could be better and they could use some refs. The safety is not to great either. Everybody takes their mask of inside the nets when nobody has a sock or plug on their marker. The prices are out of the roof. It would be better if they dropped paint price and stuff. Other than crappy prices and safety its an ok field. It could be alot worse.
Blodgett Paintball-overpriced, no refs
Hogans Alley Paintball-In CT but very good field
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I'm from Jonesboro, AR and it was very easy to get to take 63s then merge onto 55s get off exit 280 take a right off the ramp, then take a left onto 51s and the road is about 5 miles down on the left and entrance is right on the right side
Safety- Was very good. everytime we walked off the fields the ref always made sure people had thier barrel bags on and that masks were down on the field
Fields- I only playe on the X-ball field which is amazingly nice. level ground, good angles on the field, it was the best field i had palyed on
Prices- Were the best i have ever seen. i got a year pass for 160 and paint only cost $35 a case for stinger with the discount when you have a season pass.
Staff&Refs- were all very friendly and helpfull
Players- i went on a saturday and there werent many tournament players there but alot of little kids that were really interested in the sport and were alot of fun to play with, the actually tried unlike how many kids get scared.
Last edited on Saturday, November 17th, 2007 at 6:24 pm PST
THIS PLACE IS COOL. IT IS WAY MORE CHEAPER THAN THE mEMPHIS PAINTBALL PARK. IT HAS 1 AIRBALL FIELD, 1 SPEEDBALL FIELD, 1 X-BALL FIELD, AND 3 WOODSBALL FIELDS. I PLAYED ON THE 2 OF THE 3 WOODSBALL FIELDS, AND 1 SPEEDBALL FIELD. tHIS IS THE BEST FIELD IV BEEN TO.
Last edited on Saturday, July 7th, 2007 at 8:02 am PST
Jaegers Sub SUrface,Kansas CIty,
XDrenaline Zone, Grapevine,
and several other in the US.
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I have played at many places and this was by far one of the best,
They had problems filling the air, my twenty oz. co2 only got filled to 16oz. and my 14 oz only got 8oz.! The lines were not very well established or enforced. The refs were not apart of the games as much as they should be, they had problems with the turn around rate of games, and the woods ball field didn't have well marked boundaries. They need water jugs for the people that spend all of their money in the pro shop and can't get drinks.
BRING YOUR OWN PAINT!!! LOTS OF PEOPLE!!!! the prices were very reasonable, they do not try to gouge your pocket book. Everybody is very very friendly....The air field was Great, plenty of parking, all day air, low field fee, very nice and well stocked pro shop. Plenty of shade.
They good definitely out weighed the bad and as long as you don't mind playing with out refs then the place is spectacular!
I will definitely be back.
OUT OF 10 THIS FIELD GETS AN 8
Will definitely recommend!
I've only played here once and i must say, even though it is a little bit of a drive, it's worth it. 10 bucks to get in and it's byop.
-Nice X-ball field
-If your into woodsball, thats the majority of there crowd
-If it rains, which it always does, the fields get quite muddy.
-They day i showed up with my 2 friends, there were 3 guys, other than us, who had over $300 guns. One of them left after like 1 game, so if you want to play speedball against good competion, play on a sunny day, i think thats why no one was there, cuase it was muddy.
-Refs, i could understand they didn't care about 3 kids playing way over on the x-ball field, but the whole saftey thing was not even slightly enforced at all. My friend kept over-doin the saftey thing, it was pretty funny cuase he looked like the biggest n00b, but anyways. Theres kids with there masks off/pulled up 20 ft from where a game was going on, and of course they weren't behind netting. And like half the people acutally used barrel plugs.
But overall, the pro's heavily out-weigh the con's. It's about an hour from cordova, were i live, which is like 5 mintues from the memphis paintball park. But definalty try it out.
I played at cedar hill farms today for the fist time. I had a great time. The people in the pro shop seemed a little green and they weren't very good at handling the number of people that had come to play today, but I think they were unusually busy. But when I got to the field to play I had a great time. There were quite a few people to play with and of the 20 or 25 people I met and spoke to they were a very cool. The price are great, the refs were cool and I had a lot of fun. I will definitely be back as soon as I am able. I live in Memphis so it was a bit of a drive, but I will definitely be back. Good competition and no ramping demons. Good airball field...enough people to play with but not so many that it felt crowded. A-
I give the field an 8 only because the pro shop didn't seem to be very familiar with the products they were selling. Otherwise I had a great time
The accuracy of this review is disputed. Please see discussion on the comments page.
Period of Field Use:
July 13th, 2005
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memphis paintball park
I play Memphis paintball park a lot... yea it is expensive but with the membership (came with the ion i bough from ez paintball) it isn't so bad paint is 70 per case for me and i get in free + i got an air sticker (40$ lasts a year [i think]) so all i have to pay for is paint ..... whoever made that course put a ton of work into it it is well made and planned out.... some of the bunkers in Hernando seemed like they would fall over after about 200 more shots but here are the two things that made Hernando seem like a terrible park
1. my friend was shot twice very hard... one broke (made a hole in) his shirt sleeve and when he told the ref, the ref just shrugged.
2. the refs did nothing. nothing. they didn't care slightly about masks, i saw a man get hit and within 3 seconds he had his mask off...... maybe he didn't know that it was highly possible for him to be hit again. one guy was so annoyed about the ignorance of the refs that he asked the ref to give him the orange vest that the ref wore and let him ref the game.
to the conclusion......... that park should be closed down .... ill admit they had a few ok courses *pretty good air ball as well but refs are as good as a paintball mask with no lens