Robinhood is basically the best field. When I first started playing i broke my gun and the ref gladly let me use his. The ref's are awesome. I was reading some other reviews and a lot of people were saying bad stuff about them, even though they are young, they are still really good refs. There are 3 woods courses, 2 airball, and one called dogleg (my favorite). Dog leg is a huge coruse shaped as an L, with a castle in the middle. The courses are great and maintained well too. The looks are not so good. But to real paintballers, that shouldn't matter. The best quality of robinhood is the people. They are fairly laid back, but stil respect the rules. They will also help u out with any problems u have with your gun. I give robinhood an A+
O yeah and if you get a chance to go to robinhood, definately ask for muzzy (aka muffin)
Robinhood Paintball is an awsome field. The refs are young but good and the price to play is $15.00 and that includes all day air. You can bring your own paint which is a major plus or you can buy it there. They have alot of fields including the dogleg, the spools course, and multiple airball and wooded courses. Saftey is a top priority and everyone must chrono under 300fps. The staging area is large with lots of tables to store your gear. They have vending machines there too.
Robinhood is cheap, close, and the people are awsome and super friendly. If your in the area, be sure to check it out.
Last edited on Wednesday, May 3rd, 2006 at 11:27 am PST
i have been going to robin hood for about half a year now and i have to say i think the staff is very friendly and helpful also it is nice that they have 6 fields 2 airball, 2 woodsball, 1 called dogleg that is the shape of an L, and 1 made entirly out of cable spools. it is byop all the time and for a 15 admission you get all day air. The only down fall i can think of is that they dont usally have both or any of the airball fields up in the late fall winter and early spring months. so i have to give robin hood a 9 out of 10
Paintball Adventure Park
Route 40 Paintball
This is a great park for Woodsballers and is about 25 minutes from where I live. Route 40 paintball is about 3 min but I happily drive the extra mileage to play here.
Admission is $15, includes all day air and you can bring your own paint.
Field Paint is good quality and very economical - ~$15 for 500 or $40 a case.
Everyone is extremely friendly and all you have to do is stick out your hand to make a bunch of new friends.
IMHO the refs are top notch. They may be young but that means they have the energy and commitment to the game to do paintchecks and ensure your playing experience is a safe and enjoyable one. I give props to Big Zack and Little Zack. I think they compare well to any refs on any of the fields I have played.
I was there yesterday and although it wasn't thier busiest day, I had a great time. The airball field was a sloppy mess but because this park has several different fields, we had a blast on the Spool's and Dogleg fields.
I completely recommend this field to all who love the sport and come to ball not to bawl. ;-)
the fields were in very good condition and that is about it
now for the bad
the refs were very bad most in my opinion were way to young to be refs
they got in the way they wold just walk across the middle of the field for no reason and then would get mad if someone shot them
and the worst two were that they would not do paint checks because they were to busy talking to the eliminated players, and they allowed the eliminated players to fire back on to the field just so they could get rid of their left over paint while the game was still going on
I hate this field. The runners do not pay very much attention to what goes on, and they do NOT employ anywhere near enough refs for how large their fields are. The refs don't even pay attention to the games mostly, you have to bunker someone or shot them until they call themselves out on pain to even get the guy to get out. the prices are pretty costly compared to Route 40. The staging area is large with alot of tables and some tents, and the fields are huge and have a decent play, if only the refs were better and/or there were waaaay more.
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Route 40 (better fields but not nicer service)
Robin Hood is a great field. The refs are very nice (one even let me try out his angel wen I was in the process of decided wat high-end gun to get).They have one airball field that I love. Right now the snake is surrounded in puddles of mudd so it's great to slide into. They change it around a lot too which is nice. There's a lot of talk about them adding a new airball field but that's just talk. They don't have any hyperball, but they do have this cool course called dogleg. It's an L shape and in the center of the L is a castle. Don't go in the castle though unless u know wat ur doing. If you have a Tippmann w/ a flatline u will love this course because of the way it's shaped you can rain paint on ur opponents on the break. If you have a faster high-end pneumatic marker stay near the castle and bunker the poor souls that go in. They also have a spool course. I like it but not as much as hyperball because your feet are always at risk of getting hit. There is one other course. Not too many ppl are crazy about it. It's a woodsball course so most of my friends refuse to play it cuz we r all speedball junkies. I don't mind it though. It involves a lot of strategy which makes it fun to me. U get a lot of scenario players here. Not nearly as many tounrney players compared to RT 40. What I rele like about this field is how nice the refs are. They help you out and make conversation w/ u and stuff. Rt 40, on the other hand, consists of rele bad refs. They are lazy and think they are better than u in every aspect of the game. They never do paint checks and they put walk-ons w/ parties becasue "just because u hav a high-end gun doesn't mean newbies can beat you". I don't brag about skill, but if someone who gets PAID to ref for u has this attitude towards u as soon as u walk on the field it's kind of frusterating. My friends hav the same problem. Even though 40 has great fields i enjoy Robin Hood better because of the laid back atmosphere and the nicer ppl.
robin hood paintball is the first field i ever played at and probably has the best field ive played at. dogleg which is a mixture of everthing is awsome because there is a bunker in the field. i would recommend this field tro every one EVERY ONE. p.s. the refs are awsome im hoping to be one.