The place in Ozark and on Ft. Rucker are not even worth mentioning
There are alot of things I can say about this place that are good.
First and foremost in my mind is competent refs. While some of the younger guy's there serve no further purpose than to clean your goggles and squeegee your gun after a game this field is very well reffed. There is always at least two refs on the field that really know what they are doing and always have safety first and foremost in their minds.
Upon arriving at the field you enter an air conditioned pro shop (very well stocked) where you sign up and/or rent your equipment. After that you go to the covered staging point where you receive your field briefing, safety emphasized, and crono your gun. The crono area is at the main entrances to the fields so that no one is going onto the fields shooting hot. Prior to every new field the game is described for those who have never played there before.
The fields are all very good. My personal favorite is the hyperball field but the only time you really get to play there is when you have a smaller group with more experienced players, it only supports maybe seven man games but it's very well designed and very fast. The only field I think they are missing is airball which isn't set up except for on Sunday mornings when the team is practicing and for tournaments.
Prices aren't bad at all, $10 all day air or $1 per 1000 psi for hpa, I don't know what CO2 prices are. $10 field fee. I think its $15 rentals with free air fills. The paint is pretty fresh and they sell most of the RPS paints along with a few unknown name paints that have been excellent over the past few months. The paint prices are good, they usually run about $10 more than you would pay online SHIPPING NOT INCLUDED, so that it kinda evens out. The maintenance there is excellent, they set up my cocker for the price of parts alone and have been helpful to anybody who has a question or problem.
Field times are very convenient, 10am to 5pm on Saturdays and 12pm to 5 pm on Sundays. For more experienced players Sundays are better, there are definitely less new players and better competition.
I have more good things to say but this is already alittle long winded and I think you get the point.