Pros:You start the day by being picked up in a duece and a half,how cool is that!LOW LOW prices,they allow you to bring your own paint!!Great fields,friendly staff,great prep area(nice and shaded unlike some other places I have been),Free air tank rentals if you don't have your own, plus free fills all day,Very safety concious.
Cons:The refs are not very good,there paint is horroble, if you plan on renting, go out and buy your own paint.The refs are no good at keeping people honest(wipers)! If you go out there watch out for the guys in the RED DYE outfits,they wipe,they continue to fire on you even after you have called yourself out,they are friends with the refs so there is not much you can do about it.There rental eguipment is really beat up. There fields could use some cleaning up.Way to many things to trip on or impale yourself with if you do trip.o yeah don't lean against there bunkers I think there was 3 inches of paint on all of them! I don't like running up to a wall when I can't lean against it because there is so much paint on them it soaks right through you clothes.There website really is bad I don't think it's been updates in 3 years.I have only been there once and the reason is they rarely have open play,open play should be at least once a week!!
Last edited on Sunday, June 28th, 2009 at 6:35 pm PST
I have been playing at SFP for three years now usually for the big games which is always a blast. New this year is the scenerio or mission type games instead the D-Day Invasion game that they usually have, which I can understand with gas prices and the mechnical problems the boats can give them. If there is anything I would change out their setup for these scenerio games is that they should send out the refs to the area were the action is going to take place. Many people who go there do not play by the honor system. Which really takes the fun out of the whole game. Of course this is not the SFP fault but at times I feel the more refs are around the less cheating would be going on. I found the staff to be very helpful they even offered me a way to get free air refills all day instead of paying $5 bucks for all day CO2 fills. I chose the $5 bucks because I did not have my ID on me. The facilities are primative, so what if you have to take a dump in a porta potty you are there to play paintball not to take dumps. They are very serious about safety and will chrono you out in the field and will tell you to leave if you are shoot ing hot. I like the fact you can bring your own paint and not be charged for it. You can bring your own food because it is basically a hot and chips with a pop. So if you want to have a good time playing woodsball with some pretty fun scenerios/missions then check out SFP.
Ok, I have been playing at special forces a long time. I know the refs well, and it is an awesome feild. Each map is very extensive and elaborate, and plenty big. I especially like the D-Day beach, but The Ravine and Hamburger Hill are also awesome.
-lots of fun
-most populare feild (lots of people show up for open play, which means large-scale pwnage)
-great for reserved games
-cheap food; .75 chips .50 pop 1.00 hot dogs
-free rentals of pod belts, masks, barrel plugs, and camo if you need anything, just ask the refs, they are cool and will give it to you for free.
-SF NEVER updates their website. The rules page has been "under construction" for 3 years now.
-Refs can be very lazy.
-Big Game needs more refs, so they hire inexperienced refs in the bulk. One hguy who was driving a re-deployment truck dropped them in completely the wrong spot next to 40 enemies, meaning they all got slaughtered as soon as they got out. they werent too happy about that.
-All the refs smoke and/or chew
THE BIG GAME
I have been to 3 Big Games at SF and each one has been awesome. There are 300 players in a big game, and it is a very smooth operation. Also, they have a huge raffle at the end, which is always worth staying for.
the open games are also a lot of fun, usualy weilding between 50-100 players, so the teams are big, and more fun. the admisson is $20, not too bad for 7 hours, and they do a good job with the open games.however, there needs to be more of them, there i susually only about 1 per month, instead fo most feilds having open play every saturday and sunday. Another downside about them never updating their website.
Went and played for a church outing with my brother in law. I'm going to have to say this place is pretty cool. They have three fields that you play on for open play and when the big game comes around they hook them all together. They don't charge for bringing your own paint which is awsome and they are relitivly cheap ($35 with gear $45 without, this includuds 400 paintballs). They even said we had to use compressed air tanks so they just let us use theres for free. Over all a awsome cheap place to play.
I have gone here before but that was with some bday parties so I didn't count those (only been playing hardcore for a couple months). This was the first time I went with my (Paitnball_doc's team he is captian) the Sentinels to a real game. I went with a private group of around 30 people. The fields are better "designed than where I have been. Prices are great and the staff is really good at keeping track of what is going on durring the game. A cool part is once you park and are ready to go (with all your stuff) you go to a old army truck and get a ride to the stagging area. this means parking lot to stagging area.
A friends backyard speedball course
and a friends grandparents farm
Special forces rules, especiallly the big game, if any one needs to rent they hook you up with model 98 and about 500 rounds for about 30 or 40 bucks, cheap food free air and great fields with sweet game types, my favorite is the 4 team capture the flag.
Personally i think they should sponsor some local high school kids (seeing as there are so many, and SF is not to far from the school) for a SF team, it would be great advertising i think not to mention sponsorship opportunities.
Last edited on Sunday, January 1st, 2006 at 7:49 pm PST
This field is awesome!!! This is the best field I have been to and probably the best I will ever go to. I was there at "THE BIG GAME", it was awesome. It is a 300 person game, 300!!! It is 125 vs. 175. When I was there I was on the team with only 125 (the Germans) ans we wasted the other team 48 to 14 and that team was a lot of fun. I recommend this fiel to everyone!!!! They have a big game once a year (sometimes twice) and it is awesome. It is $40.00 to get in.... I know you are probably thinking pretty pricey but it is worth it, and you get free air the whole day, it is an all day game, and there food and drinks prices are very good! I bought a hot dog there for only $00.75 I think everybody should go there and if you think you wasted your money e-mail me at firstname.lastname@example.org
This is by far my faviorte field that I have been to. It has big fields and great prices. They also hold annual big games. This year on august 14th. Games Played include, Capture the Flag, Center Flag, Storm the Beach, and more. I highly recomend going to this field!
Well when i did go to this feild I had just started to play paintball and I was scared **** less by all the other players. But it must of been the best day of paintball I ever had in my entire life. They did werid games like CTF and a strange storm the beach thing. The beach was sweet. We all (our team) went in on a boat and stormed the beach like WWII. I can easly say that all people who love paintball and are sick of just playing a elimanation rounds GO! Even if its ur First time they will load u up with a low end tipmann. Its cheap but yet has the best games/feilds i ever played at.