This field is a great place to really practice, the refs are always there when you need them, unless of course there is a huge battle going on, then you'll have to wait your turn... The guys know what they are talking about, both at the shop and the field. They help service your gun for no cost, and make sure your needs are met.
The cost isnt that bad, yes the paintballs are a little expensive at the field, but if you plan ahead, you can get to the shop to save money. The use of their paintballs ensures safety, and that is one of the main focuses at the field.
This place has great courses, each designed for a different game everytime, the fields are kept in great shape.
This field, I give a 9 - their are a few things to change, maybe a drink vendor or something, but thats it!
none sad to say, other than the one i run for a youth camp, and a lil' back yard ball... i played in a few out of state places that where amazing...
first off, let me say that i disslike adventure zone , so if you are going to post rude comments then dont read anymore... ( and just to let you know all the comments on this post are truthfull and honost, these come from personal experences and i wanted you to know) i have been playing at this field ever sence i started playing paintball, in fact it was the first place i played. and i still cant stand the place, the only reason i go there is becase its like less than a mile from my house, and most of the time i just go to get air and go back to my house... lets see where shall i begin? how about thier great refs! they sit around and do nothing! they are never around when you need a paintcheck, they are LAZZY and sit around complaning. i dont want to hear about how lllooonnggg you've been refing and how tierd you are... geezz i ref all day long at a youth camp in an open field on sand without an air-conditioned building tending to a bunch of noobs and i'm not lazzy or complane to people i dont know and i treat every one with respect, az's refs seem to be very rude to noobs, and they treat any one that doesnt use 500 dollar equipment like they're noobs and that they dont know crap. and they have no tolorence for people who dont know what they are doing... lets see whats next? did you know that when you buy paint, including there 2000rnds, its not the good kind and if you can buy the good kind they never told me. basicly you just paid 70 bucks for paint that costs 38 at thier store. i know thats not all that "bad" but to some parents and noobs that dont know any better get ripped off. next... you know how they are strictly rec. and how they say they dont let tourney players play against regulars ( if thats wrong then i shure wish they would take "Play is always kept at a Recreational level! We do not allow tournament players to play with our recreational players so everybody has a good time, not just the experienced players." off thier website), and how they make it fun for all the regulars to play " its fun for every one"... bull! the only people its fun for is all the tourny players picking on the little kidds saying who lame they are and how many of them they shot... i have not been to a single game where they made the teams even remotely even... they always put renals and noobs on one side and exp. cocker types on the other... and of course the little kidds always get creamed. it realy descusts me too, seeing how those noobs are either getting influence by that crap or just not liking paintball because of them. thier fields are alright, some of them are set up really nicly, in fact i would give them an 8 for the fields, but when you throw in the bad service and how they have this suddle way of ripping you off ( kinda like when your almost out of gas and you have to buy it right off the hyway and its like realy exspensive...) the best field on earth wouldn't make up for it... also the last couple of times i've been there, there has been a safety issue, they didn't gather every one together and state the saftey rules, if they did i most sertanly did not see or hear it going on, and i am a sticklet for saftey so i was waiting for it... over all, a.z. is DEFFINETLY not what they make themselfs out to be. there are more things i would add but most of them are just personal opinions, these that i listed where also comments from friends that went too (there expirince was the same as mine).as a conclusion i dont recommend going there, but it wouldn't hurt to check them out, you might find things totaly different, because i have a habbit of having bad luck for going to places on the wrong days or something...
Dodge City, Oklahoma Indoor. AZ is the best outdoor field in Oklahoma.
Adventure Zone is a top notch facility. With everything from Speedball to a huge Scenario Field/ Woods field. They have at least 2 speedball fields. One sup air, and one wooden bunker field as well as spools. In addition, AZ has a combination field which consists of dense woods interspursed with Speedball type bunkers. The Ridge field is a your traditional two fort match with a bridge in the middle. Very challenging as well is the scenario field with foxholes and mesh sniper bunkers set up arround a large area surrounded by trees. And, lastly, the Lost City field consists of cement bunkers and abandoned cars and barrells as well as other cover. It reminds me of escape from New York. In that game, one team sets up in the city and the other must Invade them and take the town.
Overall, AZ is the best outdoor field in Oklahoma. With excellent staff and very helpful refs. Any level of player will be comfortable at Adventure Zone.
this is the best field ive ever been to in my 3 years of my life. the refs are fair and they're nice and wont laff at you for a stupid question like wuts co2 or wuts a squeegee. the courses are a blast! the ridge is good for capture the flag and the woods is good for doge ball. the speed ball fields are not bad ether. the spools are a good for taking steam out on some one and if you have x tra co2 than there's a target practice. i'd have to say this is a 12 but the scale doesn't go that high.
Oklahoma Indoor Paintball, Dodge City, Wild West Paintball, and P.S.I.- in Tulsa
I've been going to A.Z. for alittle over three years now and have been very imprest with the quality of the fields and knowledge of the staff. They are very helpfull and are willing to take the time to fix or answer questions about your markewr or other markers you might be thinking of purchasing. Games go by quickly and accuratly. The refs are almost always in the middle of the acton, sometimes getting shot up themselves, and are attentive to making fair calls and keeping play safe. I've been to all the other fields in this area and nothing against the others but I keep finding myself back at Adventure Zone. Great field keep upo the great work. Also I would like to thank personally the short bald guy from behind the counter for installing the new flat line and response trigger on my A-5, it rips man. He might be a touch off track, but very humerous and friendly.
This is a very well maintained Field. I have had no trouble anytime I have ever gone out there. Kevin runs a fair and good business. All the guys who work there. Jeremy, Quentin(sorry about spelling). And everyone else is nice and helpful. At Adventure Zone they let you bring paint bought from Shaggy brothers or there. They fill nitrogen tanks up to 3000psi usually. They have about 5 fields now. Sup Air ball, Speed ball, Woods, Ridge, Spools. They're all very maintained, and well kept up fields. I go there about once everyone weekend. I had to say one of my favorite fields around here, just because of the environment, and how everyone is friendly. No problems Ever! Id recommend going there~
Real fdriendly the thing that amazed me was that the rental packages come with a 98custom not a little pro carbine like doge city but this has less courses it only has 4 while doge city has 9. My favorite thing is while the ref is giving a paint check you still shoot and most of the time you hit the ref and he runs away and just says the other guys is out and he doesnt care if he gets shot, overall my favorite course
this weekend I went and THEY RAN OUT OF PAINT but it was 4:30 and it waas over at 5 so it wasnt much but it is still agrivating... But since they ran out of paint they gave me a card that gave me 5 free field entrances worth 25 bucks so not bad
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I have been to this quite a few times and it has been great every time I've went. They are very helpful if you need help. You can rent anything you need there (although I thought their prices were a bit expensive). All the refs. are friendly and will help you out if you need it. They have 5 fields now including speed-ball, spools, forest, sup-air, and the biggest ridge a 12 acre field that is a combination of several. When your not paint-balling you can come inside and watch some paint-balling movies and chill with fellow paint-ballers. The only reason I gave it a 9 was because the price of paint, but otherwise a great place to go.
Dodge City & Wild West. AZ is much closer to Oklahoma City than the other two.
When I played at Adventure Zone they had 4 fields. Speedball, spools, woods, and the ridge. Each field facilitates a different kind of play. The speedball field is a decent size with wooden barriers all over the field and tire bunkers on either side. There is also a big dirt mound surrounded by a moat. The spools field is my favorite. It is sort of like speedball with giant spools all over the field. And instead of crouching down the whole time you get to stand up. The woods field is great too. There is a path down the center of the field with woods on either side. Center flag is usually played on this field. There are several wooden barriers with a starting bunker at either end. The ridge field is last. This is the biggest field. I believe this field is about 8 acres in size, maybe bigger. There is a rather large creek bed, or ridge running through the center of the field. Each team starts at a two story fort at either end of the field. Games usually last about 30 minutes on this field.
The staff at AZ are courteous, safety minded, and will cater to the customers needs. Most of the time there are walk-ons that are ready to play at the field. And the majority of the regulars are quite easy to get along with and are willing to share their knowledge and experience. Every session is preceded by a mass safety and rules briefing. And if you are military you do not have to pay their field fee. I would recommend this field to anyone that wants to try paintball for the first time or to the experienced player that is looking for a variety of play on some challenging fields. I give this field a definite 10!
Dodge City, Wild West, Fun Hits, and this lousy place.
I have went to this field 3 times and it kept getting worse every time. Players adjusting their velocity on the field, tourny players playing against newby's and giving bonus balls to you as you leave the field. REf's were non existant, and woulodnt even try to enforce any rules \, especially with the tourny players. I wouldn't go there again.