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SC Village is an outdoor paintball and airsoft facility located in the Corona/Chino area. I have played paintball there once last year. After playing airsoft at the facility last Friday night, I feel I'm familiar with it enough to write a review about this facility. In this review, I will only focus on the airsoft aspect.
SC Village is one of the biggest paintball and airsoft facility in the Los Angeles area. It has 21 fields, each names after a real conflict area in the world. For example, you'll see field names like Bosnia, Cuba, Afghanistan, and Grenada. Each field is build similar to the terrain you'd find in the named locations. Like South Vietnam is a wood area, while Baghdad is filled with wrecked buses and fallen walls. Seeing the park layout online, it almost feels like a theme park.
SC Village is open to the public on the weekends. During the spring and summer time, it also host night games during Friday and Saturday nights. If you have a private group of 15 person, you can set up private games during the weekdays.
It costed $28 to get into SC Village during the day. It only costed us $20 per person to play at night (5PM to 10PM). We played one game at Iraq, then we moved the SC Viper (the field dedicated to airsoft). During our SC Viper game, we also played one light-out game at the Supply Compound.
The facility has two parking lots. There is one lot toward the south western side. The other parking lot is on the eastern side. The pro shop and registration is at the south weastern parking lot. The pro shop does sell airsoft equipment, but doesn't seem to be filled with gears like a retail shop. There is individual restroom for each sexes. There are many picnic tables next to each of the parking lot. They serve as the staging area for the players. The staging area on the east side has free lockers (bring your own lock).
The fields doesn't change very much at SC Village. That's a good thing, because you can plan your battle plans before the game and ensure that the field will be the way you remembered it. There are 21 fields, so chances of you getting tired of them all is pretty slim.
Tony, the referee, was very clear with the instructions. Although he was serious during the rules announcement, he was quite an easy going and friendly fellow. From the start, all the games were scenarios with limited respawns. There was no force-on-force games with unlimited respawns, which is exactly what we wanted. The scenario games keep the teams on their toes and forces motion, rather than the static camping games. I also met Sam, a referee who were playing against us, but not refereeing that night. He was very good, very friendly, and very polite the entire night. Several time, he banged banged me, but apologized for possibly scaring me. The apologies were unnecessary, but gave us a chance to chit chat.
Overall, SC Village is a fun and exciting park with more fields than you can ever ask for. It has professional staff that keep the games moving. It's pleasant environment kept us going back.
Tue, 03 Jun 2014 00:53:03 +0400
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Title: SC Village Requires 10 Players to Run a Game!
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Excerpt: We were really disappointed with SC Village tonight. Our crew had planned to play there for two weeks. The SC Village web site lists their Friday operation hours for airsoft from 5 PM to 10 PM. We even called them the day before to ensure they were going to run airsoft games tonight. After confirmin . . .
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