A decent field to play at if you don't have anywhere else to go to. some of the fields are rundown but they have a x ball field which a lot of fields don't have. They also provide paintball teams with a place to compete.
When you do choose to go make sure you call first to see how many people are going if you have a small group but if you have a large party don't worry about it. The staff is fair along with the gear. Prices are expensive just because of the paint and there is no walk on paint. You can't play long especially if you play x ball. You will go broke. I believe i heard that they had change prices to be more reasonable but you will never know unless you check it out.
Paintball equipment (marker, mask, and towels) are basically the only thing provided and makes sure you bring enough to drink because they don't have any water half the time.
Like i said in the beginning it's a decent field if you don't have anywhere else to go. High prices especially paint. and poor gear. Bring enough money if you intend to play for a while. Fields are in fair to poor shape. Not well kept.
positives are it has tournaments and group games which are hard to come by around central wisconsin.
Great place to plan a group activity but expensive and rough terrain.
Safety- Probably the most important factor when I play on a field. I understand that ref's cant be everywhere, and all fields have safety incidents, but not like this field. There were no refs (not one) and none of our guns were asked to be chrono-ed. In fact, there didnt even have a chrono out. I frequently saw players take off their mask, not only on the field, but on the field while a game was going on. No one told them to put their mask on, because no one was around.
The rental markers they gave out use barrel plugs, old technology. Barrel plugs can shoot out and potentially allow the gun to discharge again and hit someone. This risk factor is elimintated with the use of barrel sleeves. The use of barrel plugs- not that big of deal right, besides, theres always the saftey feature....WRONG. The owner purposely removed the saftey from each on of his rental guns . The reason fort his is beyond me, why would you want to make anything more dangerous?
No masks, No refs, no saftey= lawsuit waiting to happen
Fields- Their "regualtion X ball field" looks like they took pool rafts and threw them Miscellaneously aroudn the field.
The paint prices are completely unreasoable. I can buy HIGH GRADE TOURNAMENT PAINT for the price he sells POS paint, and by POS paint, i mean paint that bounced off of trees.
His air system only fills to 3000 PSI
This is old technology, and im running a 45-5000 evil scion, 3000 PSI just will not do.
The owner wasnt knowledgable or friendly. The bathroom was..... at nicest, disgusting. No sinks, no water.
Last edited on Saturday, May 17th, 2008 at 10:49 pm PST
haven't played in others fields in the area there aren't many there
this is the field that is closest to my house so i go there often. they have some really great fields. they have some good overgrown fields which are good for woods ball. there is also a good air ball field. there are 2 speed ball Fields witch have some cool bunkers. they have a good waiting are and they sell candy popcorn and soda. you can also call a pizza delivery place they can call if you want pizza. they field is family owned and they try to sell you guns and paint. just don't buy the guns unless you want them before hand and you can always buy more paint f you need it.
not in the area I mostly play in southeast wisconsin.
I would absoultly not recomend going here I went there once and the guy that owned it tryed to con me and my dad into spending twenty bucks on the entry fee and buying paint so we could play each other. He told us ten plus other guys were coming so my dad and I went to the gas station, and ate lunch. We came back an hour later and no-ones there. We toured the field before we left for lunch the fields were tiny and the netting was ripped had holes and falling down in som places not to mention the 'shop' was a little 12x8 shack
Last edited on Wednesday, September 7th, 2005 at 6:57 pm PST
not really any comparable fields... most can't afford airball
Zingers is a great place to play. I went their a couple years ago(2003) when they didn't have an airball field and it was a pretty good place even then. With their addition of the airball field and several woods courses they have much improved. Their airball field is well set up and maintened and it is a pretty good sized one. A few of the newer woods courses werent much but they are constantly working on them. The staff there is the best of anywhere iv'e been. $65 a case for paint isn't bad at all... they've got to pay for the supair somehow. When we went we got to choose between pmi premium and all star so the paint was good quality. The filling of HPA is also a big plus in my book. Overall i highly recommend going there.
Last edited on Saturday, June 4th, 2005 at 9:35 pm PST
what can i say i went to Zingers paintball with high hopes but came home a bit dissapointed. some of the woods fields are starting to die quickly but that was more of an eyesore than anything, i came for they're ***new*** airball field, the field in its own is awesome and could not have wanted any more out of it, however the big set back to Zingers is the price of paint...65/2000 for what i believe was Nelsplat is rediculous. that and the field paint only was a turn off, i think if they had like a frequent player membership that you could buy for a season of use and use your own paint on the weekends then this place would rock, the staff is great, but they hotfill HPA which kinda makes me disgruntled when i get my fiber wrap back and it feels like a nice warm cheeseburger. but besides that give it a shot if you have the money for paint.
This is the best field i have been at so fare. The swamp course is pretty well set up. The staff is vary nice and some times plays with u. When i got there i was intimated by other peoples guns, but i learned its not the gun that counts it having fun..
Last edited on Wednesday, January 12th, 2005 at 9:34 am PST
I've played at Apocalypse, Commando, Stalker, and Dedicated and I'd have to say the most fun place to play at is defiantely Zingers!
The new 19 bunker Air-ball field is VERY nice! Good woodsball and speedball courses. Very nice staff who is always there to help assist you with all your needs. The tournaments held there are well organized and very fun! I would highly suggest this field for players anywhere from Newbie to Pro, or from Scenario to Tournament player. Look on there website for more information - www.zingerspaintball.com
What can I say. This is a great place to play! There are 2 speedball, and three woods courses with forts, and soon an Airball Field! The owner is great and really wants to develop young players. All tippman rentals, with HPA and CO2 available. I really like this place, and I feel lucky to have it here in my hometown! No more driving for hours to get to a good PB place.
this is a well balanced field. the speed ball course is fast paced and the woods courses are challenging and fair (though the back courses are a little run down)
Well balanced large fields with equal chances on both sides
Can fill both CO2 and N2
gun retails are cheep
Paint is fairly priced with choices in quality
refreshments are available or you can bring our own
the people are fair and easy to get along with
only field paint allowed
back courses a little run down but the front woods and speed ball very well kept up
scenario games could use a little work but not bad
Last edited on Thursday, April 15th, 2004 at 9:39 am PST