It's a nice little field to play at. Mostly new players, with fairly low end equipment. Paint is priced similar to other fields. Bascially you're going to end up spending the same amount of cash no matter what field you go to. It's just how much you want to pay for entry, and paint. Yes, paint might be say 60 a case, but the entry might be 20. You'll end up spending 80 dollars no matter what field you go to. It's a fact of Paintballing. Get over it.
The field is probably one of the more well planned out. The entire field is double netted, with a completely covered "roof" made of the same netting material as the sides of the field. It's a shame that the field is a spool field, because a Sup Air field would be even better. But hey, it's better than the woods.
I've been to a few fields in Pennsylvania, and this field has treated me the best from a customer standpoint. Nice field to take a "paintball vacation", and just have some laid back fun as opposed to most fields where egos run amok.
Heck, I liked it so much last summer, I've decided to work as the ref for this season.
So Yes, you could say I'm baised now because I work there, but honestly, I really missed playing at Campbell's when I was back in PA over the winter.
Look for the crazy guy reffing on Wednesday through Sunday, that will be me :-\