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- (770) 641-7813
- 11060 Alpharetta Hwy
- Roswell GA 30076
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Paintball Atlanta11060 Alpharetta Highway #148, Roswell, GA 30076, United StatesShowing 5 reviews out of 17 total
Eagle Le10/18/141 Stars - This place is literally garbage. The staff are bad, the store is god awful (couldn't fix a Etha), the pro players who play on the fields are complete dipshits. I recommend Classics, Nitro or Dossiers, Amazing fields!Douglas Young07/17/145 Stars - Very good fields. Lots of variety, good layout. Staff is very helpful. Refs did a great job. Made sure the play was safe and games moved at a good pace. Absolutely recommend this field!Dar Arms05/06/141 Stars - This review is for the field, not the store. This is probably the worst place to play paintball in the Atlanta area. i wouldn't recommend it to anyone. The wait times are ridiculous, the referees are rude and they treat you as if they are doing YOU a favor by "allowing" you to play there. They seem to forget that we are paying customers and that you don't have to yell to get a point across. There are plenty of fields in Atlanta. Do yourself a favor and go somewhere else.Joseph Roach05/10/132 Stars - Im planning on going to play paintball in the next couple of days and came across this location the I remembered i've played here once before. This location is total crap not to mention the refs are extremely rude. They treat you like your a kid no matter how old you are and their website is a joke. I love when they say they don't place pros vs amateurs because thats exactly what they do. On my one and only visit they placed everyone with their crap rental guns against everyone else who had a full auto gun...obviously we lost. The rates are through the roof, wait times suck, you cant on a field with friends even though they have at least 5 refs working there. Worst field ever I think ill stick to Dosser works in atlanta might be 1 hr from my house but hey thats how bad this field is. I'll drive anywhere to not play here again.Christian Culloty04/02/132 Stars - Paintball Atlanta is the worst place I have ever been to play paintball. All though it is only 15 minutes from my house, I am willing to go an extra few miles to a more suitable arena rather to waste any more money there. The staff is possibly the worst I have ever seen in any business, and I've been to establishments in third-world countries. They have no respect what-so-ever to their customers, and they don't do their job well. The first time I went there, I went with my friends, one of them a professional tournament speedballer and an employee there. I was on his team and he clearly shot this guy square in the chest. He requested the referee to check the victim for paint splats, but the ref said," Don't tell me what to do, or I will throw you out of this arena!". It's one thing to scold a paying customer, but to scold a fellow employee is ridiculous. The one thing the refs only do well is to enforce the rules of safety, but they do it with extreme prejudice. The prices there are ridiculous for their quality. The $20 admission fee for all-day play is acceptable, but the policies for paint is unacceptable. They have a strict policy that outside paint is banned, and their customers to spend money on extremely overpriced, low-quality paint. $25 for 500 paintballs and $80 for 2000 paintballs is outrageous. You might as well buy your own paintball marker as well, because the price for rental Tippman Custom 98s are overpriced, too, considering their pathetic performance. At 20 feet, they have an inaccuracy rate of 5 feet, and drop-off is maximized. They could also do a better job at field design and maintenance. Speedballers and airballers beware! All of their fields are woodsball-oriented, giving woodsballers the upper hand in nearly all of the fields except the one hyperball field. The ground is muddy behind every bunker, and I feel like I get dirtier by the mud than the paint itself. The ground is littered with paintball fragments and the bunkers are covered in a colorful, gooey, paint tar. If they'd clean up for once, I wouldn't have to go out so much because the paint that rubbed onto my jersey was mistaken for paintball hits. Overall, Paintball Atlanta could use some improvements, and let me tell you this: You'll be seeing me at Nitro, because I won't be coming back there any time soon.