It's been a while since I played here. As far as it goes, this field is far from a commercial paintball field. There was no proshop when I played there, only an air station out on the back of one of the guy's pickup truck and also a place to buy paint. There was no field fee only an air fee of $5 for the day. The paint they sold was First Choice paint (letting you know how long it's been since I played there) which I learned went outta business later (no surprise, was crappy paint). The field was set up really great and was a lot of fun. They had 2 fields at that time, a speedball and a woods ball. The speedball field was what I would call a hybrid field. It wasn't only speedball. There was about a 3-5 yard boarder around the speedball field that was woods ball and made for an interesting and challenging game. All the people that would work the games were great. I remember playing one day with a church group and everyone had a great time. As far as the location of the field and any kind of support, it was minimum to non-existent. Bathrooms were port-a-johns and there were a few tables to set your equipment on. But if you look past that and to what was going on the field, this place was first class all the way.