This field was run like a business. From the start, it seemed that they were only after my money. They required that I fax them my credit card information to be able to play that weekend, charging the entry fee if I didn't show up ($30). As a consumer, this type of practice rubs me wrong. You are required to buy field paint. I paid $60 for 1,000 paintballs.
When you show up, you park at the parking lot, then hike up a gravel road. There were two Porty potties on site. There were several fields, but we only played on four of them: the road, the swamp, the hill?, and black hawk down. The castle and speed ball fields were closed for some reason.
They covered safety pretty well and required outside guns to be chronographed (marked with yellow tape after successful testing). When I was there, there were a lot of allegations of paint wiping.
The road is a field with a road in the center. You have to move a barrel in the center of the field to the other side's base.
The swamp is a fairly large field with a stream and bunkers. There are some pools of water, so if you are ducking for cover don't go into the water. While trying to flank some guns I ducked for cover and ended up waist high in water (water is not good for paintballs).
Black hawk down is an old mail-truck that is supposed to be the helicopter. You fight it out to save/capture the pilots.
The hill was a capture the flag field. One side is on the top of a tall hill. The other side is at the bottom of the hill. The side on the top of the hill almost always wins. Even after we eliminated all of the players at the bottom of the hill, nobody wanted to run the enemy flag up the hill to our base.
They provided arm bands for colors of the teams. There are a lot of rocks on this site - wear knee pads.
They encouraged people to pay $150 (something like that) to get an annual membership fee, so that the per visit would be less.
The terrain is wooded with little hills. If you have lots of money, then you may enjoy this field more than me. I enjoyed the terrain, but the experience was tainted by the feeling that they were only after my money. The rating reflects this feeling.