Overall great paintball fieds. If your into rec ball, they have a large amount of land covered with woods they use for rec ball. If you play speedball or airball, they have a nice speedball field and airball field. They host tournies a couple of times a year for the speedball players, and rec ball every saturday and sunday. The staff is friendly, and willing to try to help u if u've got a problem. I will agree that their paint is very expensive, but they put it back into their fields, so i dont mind paying it.
The indoor staging area is great for winter, and the food is decent, making this a great place for a great day of paintball, whether your there to practice with your team or just play sum recball.
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Liberty is a great place, where else is it about 1 hr away from NYC, Indoor staging area, indoor RESTROOMS, and real running water. I dont know about you guys but I really hate porta potties. Fields are fairly sided, speedball field is topnotch and the ultimate air field is a tough one, the new western village is a blast over 10 buildings, then you have the village which still is in high demand from players. Also real cooked food no cold soggy sandwiches that I gotta lug from home. Paint price are competive with everyone else. PRO shop is not a big deal if you bought your gun from somewhere else why would they fix it for you , when they didnt sell it to you. You should know your own equipment, anyway.
Rexplex (shooterspb) in New Jersey - smaller, 1 field airball field. much better competetion. way better prices, and service.
Staten Island Paintball - a little smaller, 3 woods fields, 1 speedball field. decent competition, comparable prices, decent service.
I've went to liberty paintball twice. I played there once for a big game event, and once for regular rec ball.
There is ALOT of woods fields, and only 2 speedball fields. If you like playing woods fields, you would probably like this place. The prices are very high, and they have no proshop. Why is this bad? If you're gun breaks, you're done for the day unless you want to use some crappy rental. They don't sell ANYTHING for guns.
The fields were pretty good. I don't like woods fields, but i must say that they had some stuff that was pretty cool (houses, big structures, ect). The referee's were okay, but there is not enough refs during the games. The ref's also NEVER check peoples velocities, noone ever asked me to chrono in, or told me I had to (but I did, out of common respect for other players). There's usually like 2 refs, on a big woods field, which isn't enough. Cheating was rampant.
Overall, I would say that the experience at Liberty Paintball is enjoyable, for a newbie group (unless you're on a team, and you go there for the speedball fields). Most players there are camo toting newbies though, so if you are really good, don't bother going.
its a very nice field, nice bunkers, great action, hardly ever slow,. i would give this a 10 but...its 100 dollars of case of tournement paint, when all we really need is some pmi premiums. oh well. The staging area is nice, but the floor is completey cover with paint, and it messes up your shoes, they also only have one chorno, so you have to wait in a long line. the food is really good tho. its not like a restruant its like a concession stand with a bunch of teen agers cooking hamburgers and hot dogs, which are fairly priced.