when i first got here Paintball Dave himself wasw pulling in the supplys n stuff.....but the my mom was like "YOU CANT DO THIS" because all of these police oficers and army dides with their arkaion sim-4's and crazy realistic M4 Carbine things.;..but then my friends got there and they were all like cmon let him play......so i played... 6 hours of grueling paintballing......thast allot......Pint is kinda expensive, but yo9u can get the color filled paint for $48 a case, instead of the $68 for the rps premium (which is White fill and side with orange side) One problem is that you cant bring your own paint, if you do and they catch you they put you on the wall of shame, and you can never play again at either SPLAT camp or Daves........other than that this place rocks........and this would be your face afterwords.........
Apoc, BFG, Dave's Indoor, Dedicated. (All have their own strengths.)
I'm pretty surprised that nobody has written a review here. Paintball Dave's SPLAT Camp has been around for quite some time.
Not the easiest place to find, but quite worth the drive. Prices are reasonable, considering the coupons you can get to reduce their use fees. (Otherwise, just a tad steep, but see below.)
Not as built up as Apoc in Poynette is, but I actually like it that way. More of a "woodsy" and rustic feel to it. It also has the best difference in types of terrain in the state. (Their Gigantic hill at one location, lots of brush in another, and another that is heavily wooded...)
It's probably my favorite outdoor site. However, it is not the cheapest with a case of paint running $75. Without a coupon, their entry is $20 for an open game and it only lasts 6 hours.
I rate it an 8, just as the prices are just a tad steep for me. But, I recommend the drive for anyone that wants a good dose of outdoor paintball.
Last edited on Monday, June 14th, 2004 at 11:46 am PST