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Hole in the Wall
24262 66th Street
Bangor, MI 49013

Phone: (269) 427-1511
5 all day air (Fill to about 2700psi). Entry is free if you buy paint, $10 if you bring your own paint. Paint starts at $50. Bathrooms and a small store at the field.
Year Established: Unknown
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Reviews: 1
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Hole in the Wall I thoroughly enjoyed my time here. I bought a case of Premium the first weekend, and a case of All Star the next - both were very reasonably priced. There was no PSP/Xball field set up at the time,...
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Join Date: May 2006
Location: Central Virginia
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Played here: 2-5 times
Overall Rating:
  • Currently 4/5 stars.
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  • Currently 0/5 stars.
Quality of fields:
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Fun / Experience:
  • Currently 0/5 stars.
Value:
  • Currently 4/5 stars.
Recommend to others: Yes
Pros: Variety of field types
Cons: field maintenance could be better
I thoroughly enjoyed my time here. I bought a case of Premium the first weekend, and a case of All Star the next - both were very reasonably priced. There was no PSP/Xball field set up at the time, but there was a field with mixed corrugated pipe and (underinflated) inflatable bunkers. The woods fields were pretty fair to both sides, as was the town and hyperball field. There is one large field in the back with creeks/streams running through it. There are large structures/bunkers/towers on this field as well. However, it was also VERY overgrown - the grass in some places was 2 feet tall, and I nearly twisted an ankle when I stepped half onto an unseen log or board.

The pro shop had lots of oldschool gear hanging on the walls and on display, along with the typical paintball shop inventory leftovers from the late 90's/early 2000's. I found several NIB, hard to find items here. Unfortunately, there was little in the way of facilities - no hot food was available, nor a clean and professional restroom... but that suits the type of field this is. This is not a brand new complex of turf fields and netting; this is your oldschool paintball field - and it is a good one.

Overall, I'd say this is a good field, but definitely suited to slower paced recreational play.
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