The Speed-ball field is a treeless terrain that covers about 100 feet in length and 50 feet in width and is purely designed for speed-ball matches only. Because of it’s small field size, the lack of foliage or any other objects aside from the artificial obstacles on the field, players can see from one end of the field to the other. Games are usually much shorter than those played in the woods. Since players can see each other and start the game within range of each other, action between opponents is immediate and lasts the entire game. Due to the extreme pace of the game, most speed-ball matches last just a few minutes. Despite the short length, a player may shoot many hundreds of paintballs in a single game.
The Hunting Grounds field is moderately populated with medium and large trees covering an area of approximately 200 feet in length and 150 feet in width. There are man made barriers and bunkers spread out in greater distances than the speed-ball field. Some of these barriers can provide cover for 2 to 3 people. These types of barriers are great for advancing small squads to checkpoints. This is the most diverse of the fields offering many different game types such as Team Death-match, Reinforcements, Bunny Hunt, Attack and Defend, and Blackjack just to name a few.
The Eagles Nest field is a densely populated field with more trees and shrubs but fewer barricades to hide behind. This field is much larger with a length of close to 400 feet. The one distinguishing point about this field is that it has a central structure in the middle of the field that acts as the primary goal for each team. There are many game types that can be played here as well such as traditional Capture the flag, POW, Recon, Trophy Hunter, Hostage rescue, and our flagship game Bird of Prey.
This is a rough map of the playing fields currently in development. All three fields are currently being pruned for hosting a variety of game types. This map will update when google updates and is not an accurate picture of the playing fields at this time.
Don’t be the Hero!
Paintball players have a tendency to want to be the star of the show and that often gets them into trouble. If you want occasional individual glory, feel free to try every game to win on your own. If, though, you actually want to win regularly, focus on teamwork and strategy.
Want to be a volunteer for our first Event?
We are looking for volunteer referees to help with fair play throughout the day. You will be provided with all the safety gear necessary to ensure your safety. Send us an email if interested.
If you don’t have any gear for this first event we can have something on-site for you. Just register and let us know what you need in the comments section of the form.