An action shot from our Summer 2013, Day 2 Game.
Channel Islands Airsoft Field
PaintBall USA Ventura
5011 W Gonzales Rd, Oxnard, CA
The Paintball and Airsoft field are separate, but next to each other. Be sure to go to the Airsoft field for the game, NOT the Paintball field.
More In Depth Directions:
December 28, 2013 & January 4, 2014 (Saturdays)
(They are separate, new games. If you can’t make both, feel free to go to only one then.)
Games go from about 9 AM to around Dusk, with a lunch break around Noon.
What to Bring:
Appropriate clothing. There isn’t much shade at this field. Also there’s lots of bushes and more unsteady terrain then the usual Mission Oaks/Mission Verde Park we play at. Pants and shoes with good support are very high recommended. Check below for a weather report.
$10 to pay to play. The $10 is per day, so if you attended both game days you would pay $10 on each day.
A safety waiver needs to be signed to play. People under 18 must get it signed by a guardian. Waiver can be found and filled out at the game or signed ahead of time and brought. Link to Waiver is found below.
Eye Protection is also mandatory to play. Your usual NIC eye protection will serve you just fine, and these forms of eye protection are also allowed.
Paintball or Airsoft protection, as long as it protects your eyes.
Sunscreen is recommended.
A hat is also recommended.
Water, there aren’t any water fountains or water sources there.
Money for Lunch or your own lunch.
A Bandanna to mark if your a Human or Zombie.
Blasters (nothing to crazyily modded)
A good attitude
STOCK DARTS ONLY
What NOT to bring:
Banned blasters from Nerf Wars
Common sense stuff that’s way too powerful.
Stefans or Custom Darts
Hey there everyone, Camarillo HvZ for Winter 2013 is back to announce game dates and a location to everyone. We’ve had some problems with the City of Camarillo recently enforcing their code, so we can’t play in Mission Verde Park this Winter. In the mean time, we’ve secured a new location to play at at the Channel Island Airsoft Field in Oxnard. Even though there is a $10 payment, mandatory eye protection, and waivers that must be signed, the organizers and myself believe that this play area will be a refreshing new take on our usual Camarillo HvZ games. A few photos of this new location can be viewed below.
This past Summer 2013, we had 70 Players attend Day 1, and 89 Players attend Day 2. The Day 2 single day attendance set our biggest single game day record so far! This will also be the 5 year anniversary of the games, so thank you for everyone of you who have attended and gotten your friends to come. Here’s to 5 more years of HvZ!
Photos of Channel Island Airsoft Field:
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Game Photos from Summer 2013, Day 2.