TAG - TAG is bigger that PAG and about the same distance. The staff and upkeep are about the same but TAG has many more fields over a much larger area.
Screaming Eagle - Very friendly staff, but not many people playing and their layout is small.
Silver Creek - Very small field but friendly staff. Not many people playing. More booking for groups.
Moving Target Paintball - A nice small field but not many people playing. No real serviceablity for the walkon player with their own equipment. Paint is disproportionately expensive.
First of all, the PAG field was quite easy to find. They state the RR road to turn on and have signage at the final turn. I did get the feeling that I was on the wrong road at the end because the field is almost a mile past the last sign, but loe and behold, I arrived there.
Upon getting to the field, the parking is ample and there are toilet facilities, picnic tables and a couple of firepits and barbques for rental. There is a little snack shop with chips, candybars and soft drinks.
They have CO2 and HPA and the HPA guys can fill their own stuff so there is no waiting for someone to fill for you. The air is free as well. The paint prices are good with 5 bucks per 100 balls. Their balls are Draxxus and are fairly consistent so they aren't selling you oval crap at that price. The manager is friendly and welcoming and most of the refs, though young kids for the most part, are helpful and actually ref the games. On occasion we've gotten a guy that said he was "too drunk to walk around," but he was just a wise-ass and didn't want to get off his ass. That was just once in 5 times playing there, the other refs are calm and courteous and helpful.
The feilds range from wood bunkered speedball which is a nice setup. A "Town" with several wood building structures that you can go into with windows and such. A "Tire Town" with lots of cover an varying elevations in terrain. TireTown also has some trenching, a bus, a couple of cars, an airplane and a centre castle-like structure. It's really the best of the man-made-cover fields there. The woods fields are not bad. There is one large wooded field that is really nice in July when it's over grown. It's also about 100 yards long and about 60 wide and provides LOTS of room for a larger group to play. The other wooded fields are just mediocre and though the "Attack and Defend" field is a neat conceptual idea with some work done in dugout bunkers and such, the gameplay on it is weak.
Overall, the staff is helpful and courteous. The value in cost of paint is attractive. There is a field fee, but there are ample different fields to play in. The drive is not excessive and the upkeep is there. I'll play there again