I've also played at Headrush, but Pine Hill blows that away in my opinion.
Where should I begin? Well....
Service- Pretty Damn Good
I've been there once for a reserved play and a couple times for special play, so here's the review for reservation services first.
The Ref was very nice, and understood that for some of us this was the first time playing paintball. He gave us tips during and in between rounds, some plans of attack for certain fields, and helpful pointers on how to stay alive. Because for some of us this was our first time playing, If he saw one of us get shot from doing something dumb, he would say like "You aren't out, get back in there and win it!" you know, giving us a second chance on account of our inexperience. Nevertheless, when it comes down to it, he was a fair and un bias referee.
When it comes to special play days, there are many refs, and they keep track of the 30 or so people on the field very well.
I give the refereeing and overall service a 10, plain out.
Fields- All-year-round! Snow? Who cares!!
With 30 something acres to work with, the owners have really made this place a fun place to play. It's pretty much strictly woods ball, with a small speed ball course, but I like woods ball better anyways. The fields are massive, you can have 35 people on one of the medium sized ones and only see 4 or 5 OP FOR at any given time.
Bunkers and cover range from simple plywood boards nailed between posts, to semi-complex log barricades, to a two story tower. And of course, there are loads of trees, bushes, trenches, depressions, whatever, all over the place as well. All this cover really puts an emphasis on team play instead of the lone wolf style.
The last special day I went on, there were like, 35-40 people at at some points, separated into two teams. So far, I haven't met a person who wasn't helpful in some way, giving pointers to a new player like me, and there seems to always be people arriving just as fast as people have to leave.
Prices- Acceptable, for the caliber field they have.
$20 for a rental (Tippmann Pro/Carbine), a hundred rounds, and all the stuff you need. $5 If you have your own stuff. You can't bring your own paint, accept when stated otherwise. Paint pricing is acceptable, $20 will get you 500 rounds, plus the 100 you get if you rent. I usually only shoot about 500, so $35 is all I spend usually. On special play days the price is dropped to $15 a rental, and bring your own stuff people also get 100 rounds with their admission. Plus they've got a lot of extra special play stuff. (On Halloween they had "bring a pumpkin get 100 rounds")
Overall- I don't see how you could beat this place!
Good refs, good prices, a giant special play day every month, Its all I need! The only problem I have is that its a little hard to get a hold of the guy to make reservations. Oh well!