We own 400 acres of beautiful woodland just off of Route 201 in The Forks, Maine. Some of our paintball fields use the trees and foliage as natural barriers. Some fields are wide open for speedball, including our "Patriot Field" with all barriers painted in red, white and blue.
|The "Patriot" Speedball Field
This field features 36 mirrored barriers painted red, white and blue on a 120' x 200' speedball course. The action is fast here as tournament style "capture the flag" is the game of choice. Advance quickly or get wiped out!
|The "Mayday Field"
This woods field uses natural topography and bunkers as cover as teams try and capture the "mission briefcase" which is located at the site of the plane crash where there is a Cessna aircraft suspended in a tree. This field allows for a myriad of game scenarios as thick cover is perfect for "sneak and peak" attacks and strategies.
One team must come up with a clever plan of attack to storm "Bunker Hill". Attack angles can be used from three sides as the "defenders" take cover in trenches, behind stacked sandbags and at the main fire base building. Defenders of the hill are outnumbered 2 to 1, but have the initial advantage with the high ground. Attackers have to be quick and outsmart their dug-in adversaries.
Maine Street is 240' x 200' and includes fourteen 8' x 8' to 8' x 12' complete buidings set along "Maine Street". Advance from the Jetport to the Lobster Pound to the Tire Store and then lay down some cover and send someone in to capture the flag.