If you dont want to read the full review, I have a quick conclusion at the bottom.
This is a field for rec players or new players. For those who like to play Sup air, Speedball, etc. this really isnt the field for you. for those who enjoy playing woods games, you will love this field. This field is ran by a man named Bill. He takes care of your entrance fees, snacks, air fills, etc. Also, this field is reffed by a multitude of friendly volunteers, who love to help whenever possible. Though they may not be perfect refs, some just need to speak up, and enforce the rules as much as possible, which is not always done. Many problems with the markers can be fixed, but due to the limited supply of materials, personal markers can not always be done. They are very friendly though, so dont be afraid to approach them if you need help. The prices are fair. The entrance fee for someone who wishes to use a rental (Tippman 98 custom) is 12 bucks. This includes an initial 100 paintballs (field grade) and a full CO2 canister. For one with his/her own equipment, the fee is 8 bucks. This still includes 100 field grade paintballs and a CO2 fill, and one more free fill. After that prices vary for your fills depending on the size of your tank. Unfortunately, HPA is not available. Bill says that they are trying to acquire it though, so hopefully it will be available soon. The field has two grades of paint. The field paint (cheaper) and premium paint (more expensive). They use Draxxus blaze as field paint and Draxxus Infernos as the premium grade. Snacks and drinks are also available, canned sodas and candy cost 50 cents and Gatorade is 1 dollar <<<(yes, my dollar sign button is broken). The course consists of 3/4 fields. First of all, there are two hyperpipe (speedball) courses. They are the first two that you will notice. There is a short one and a long one, that players can also use both to play big games on (thats why I said 3/4). They are in the dirt and it is basically a big trench. It isnt bad though. It consists of barrels, pipes, and wooden bunkers. I tend to play on the hyperpipe courses. Secondly, they have the small woods field. This is basically like the speed ball set in a woods environment. Recently a few more bunkers were added to it to make it more interesting. For bunkers and cover, it consists of brush, trees, pipes, and barrels. This is a fun field for those who like to play speedy woods games, but even small woods games can last quite a bit. Finally there is the big woods field. This field is pretty big. It consists of a fort (which is just an area in the woods that is fenced off) that has a truck and a tent to take cover in. It also has a van on the edge of the woods, that boarders the small woods field. Players like to use this field for games like capture the flag, president, attack and defend, etc. This is a favorite among most that play at this field. Due to Hurricane Ivan, The Big Woods field is shut down right now. Work is being done to restore the field, but honestly, even I am getting tired of waiting. Many things halt progress, such as recently, the poles were all slanted inward (towards the field) and those had to be straightened. They also need to set the net back up that boarders the highway. I dont know anything else that they are doing. This is my conclusion.......
Friendly Staff, The small woods, The big woods (temporarily closed), fair prices
Hyperpipe (speedball) courses, no HPA
If you like Sup Airball, Speedball, etc. You most likely wont like Hurlburt field
If you prefer woods ball this is the place for you