I went here a while ago it was my first time i liked every thing bout this place nuthin bad at all the ref's were nice they explained everything to me and talked and carried on conversations with ya the price's are very nice pretty cheap bout 55 for a case i believe 5 dollar all day air! no time limits nuhtin restrictin' u, well the fields were wonderful i liked the setup, ialso really liked the tire field well there's nuthin bad at all about this field and i mean it their super nice, great service, and nice fields great all around 100%
10 outta 10 nuthing wrong i strongly recomend u go seriously
many fields around here. they all offer thier own thing.
Directions to the Field:
on rt. 19, big red and white sign.
After branching out to many of the amazing fields around these parts, I've found each offers its own experience. Crazy Daves offers a fast learning curve. You'll get quick and learn how to be your own ref here. Keep your mask on all day. My first paintball game was here, so its still a special place. And there are some really cool people that occassionally show up here so try not to let the testosterone crazed boys with their dm4's and e-blades w/ 18v revy's ruin it like i let happen to me twice. Its paintball.....its a game.
Last edited on Sunday, May 13th, 2007 at 8:26 am PST
I first went to crazy dave's with my brother and my friend, we had a blast! Games are always fair and awesome, excellent fiels, (particularly the speedball, and woodland field) We played with another dad and his son and we also played with a ref that had an angel with everything (WATCH HIM) people are great and they have nice rental guns. The prices are great. We shared a case of 2000 paintballs for 55 dollars so we each paid about 18 dollars. 5 dollars for all day air and 10 dollars to play all you want. In conclusion, Crazy daves is the best field i have ever played at. Go to crazy daves
Paintball Sports Arena in the Strip (closed now, horrible field)
Operation Paintball In Bridgeville (Closed Now, and worse than Paintball Sports Area)
Urban Assault in Bridgeville (Not bad, if your a newbie, only played there indoor, they have a small Airball but it sucks, and there bigger indoor field needs washed atleast once and week, very slippery)
This was my first time at Crazy Daves, and when i got there i was excited cause i could tell that it was going to be a great day. First thing we did was head to the pavilion and check in with Dave (great guy, really cool), get our paint and our gear ready. There was only five of us, but we hooked up with a group of 4 guys who had just showed up and 2 others. We headed off to the airball field. At one of the Airball fields some teams were practicing, Daves airball field was my first time on an actually good set up airball feild, and now i am addicted. There were no ref's there that day, which was ok cause everyone went on the honest system and things were smooth. During one of the matches my uncle went and grabed his ref jersey and reffed a game for us, which was cool cause last year he refed some tourneys for Dave. The Tire field was fun also, but it was really hard to see other people which made the games last alittle longer, and i got tagged by my dad so he was happy. The Woods ball fields were cool also but you need more people, 5 on 5 is not enough people but it was still a blast. But crazy daves is diffiently one place you want to play, you will have fun, no doubt about it. Oh and theres alot of teams that go up there, rookie, novice and Am's, which makes for some great practice and competiton. Prices are cheep to $5 bucks all day air, and $55 for a case of some paint i never heard of but is really good, probly the best paint i'v used at a field so far. GO TO CRAZY DAVES!
Last edited on Monday, April 12th, 2004 at 3:29 pm PST
Friends home made fields
Slippery Rock Baptist Camp- less organize
Ultimate Persuit Paintball- small single field
Encounter- better by far, puts crazy daves to shame
urban assult- ok not well lite inside
Directions to the Field:
Ok i take back my origanal statement, this field blows
they made the paying customer be the refs for game
field safty deff not there consern
so far i know that there home team gets stomped everytime they play agaist encounters team(and they arent that great, they rely on gun speed not skill)
i slipped an fell about 5 time on there tire field dropped my gun
they wouldnt let anyone on the air fild because there team was using it
it was a wast of money
just go to encounter its 25 all day most of the time till dust if there are enough people to play and you get all day are, they will order food and pick up for youb(you still have to pay duh)
out of 10 it gets a 4 in my book
Last edited on Tuesday, February 27th, 2007 at 9:46 am PST
IAO ( Butler Fair Grounds ), Lots of Local Woods Ball, Crazy Daves
I played my first speedball game at dave's. It was fun, people were great, except this one tall kid that treated all of us players that were trying to learn like crap.. but he eventuality warmed up and accepted that it was my first time. haha. But i have played at dave's like 10 -15 times since and i love it. Just watch out for this one kid, im not sure what his name is but he is always there.. its like jared or something, but he always seems to know where everyone is on the Field and he always goggles me. i will get him some day.. haha. But in all, Good Field, i haven't got a chance to see the 10 man Field he just put in yet but i have heard that it is very nice. See everyone at the IAO! Peace
Combat Zone North - (Three Rivers and most other places are too expensive)
Dave has 2 air-ball fields that are simply amazing. If you are an aspiring speedball player, you will absolutely love it. I was impressed with the tire-field and the woodsball fields too. No matter what your style is, Crazy Dave's is the best field in Western PA. The only problem is that usually there aren't more than 12 or 14 people there on Sundays (according to the refs), They say more people are there on Saturday and woodsball is more fun. But if you like speedball, I'd go on Sunday.
When you first get there, you lay all your stuff on picnic benches under a pavilion. Then you can buy your necessities. $10 entrance fee, $5 rental (if you don't have your own gun), $5 all day air, $15 for 500 rnds, or $55 for a case of paint. After you buy your stuff, you get your marker out (with barrel plug in) and go to the chrono range. Your fps has to be below 300, which is a very reasonable range since masks aren't designed to perform at 100% over 300 fps. After that, you wait for everybody else, grab a ref, and go to a field that you all can agree on.
We hit the tire-field first, and my tippmann was breaking balls horribly, which really made me mad. Then I took it apart, cleaned it out, and played the rest of the day without breaking any balls. There were a wide range of players from total newbie to tourny players. The tourny players were fun to play with, but the n00bs were a little to easy. I highly recommend this field. Go there on a Saturday and I may be there. Look for the kid with the tippmann 98 custom and silver all american barrel, lol. peace
Last edited on Sunday, July 13th, 2003 at 12:07 pm PST
three rivers, riverside renegades, operation paintball, urban assault
they had just set up theyre 2 new sup air feilds when my freind and i went, unfortunately there was little to do since there was a tourney going on but over all nice fields (tire feild rox) very inexspensive, and is still fun only with 2 peeps. we did get to play against a ref with an angel ir3 fly but he wiped out out cold (watch out for that guy)
very cheap. i only spent 10 bux to play, 5 for all day air, and 55 a case. they just put in a 10 man air ball field, but it's usually split into 2 5man fields. nice pebbles for sliding and surprisingly good traction. i am defiantly going to go there a lot with my team. the reason im giving it an 8 is because the air ball could have been set up a little nicer but it was definatly not bad at all.
Last edited on Tuesday, May 6th, 2003 at 12:32 pm PST
I haven't been to any other fields in the area, but I know there is Three Rivers Paintball, Ultimate Paintball (or something like that) nearby somewhere.
I must say I was HIGHLY impressed by the layouts of the fields. I was just down there for the third event of the EAPL and I am looking forward to the next one in a few weeks. The paint was excellent (no barrel breaks) although I think it was just a touch overpriced. $70 for a case of Kick'n seemed a little high, but since it was a tournament I can see the small increase in price. The small pea-gravel covering on the ultimate air fields provided great traction and didn't hurt to slide on (just make sure you have pads on though). The reffing was some of the best I have seen in a long time, although there were a few calls that should have been made that weren't, but there are always missed calls or wrong calls no matter what. The quality of teams there were excellent also. I would recommend this field to anyone looking for a good place to practice or play tournaments. I just wish I had a field like this up around where I live.
Last edited on Tuesday, April 29th, 2003 at 6:56 am PST