None other..Plan on hitting up Tsunami. I did play in a scenario game in some abandoned mine type place.
Smoky Mountain Paintball is a great field for every type of player. Whether you are starting out or honing your skills, John has a great place to do it. The field set up is very nice. He has 3 courses now. He has the top field which is like a woodland course mixed with a speedball course. The bottom field is mainly wooded with a creek and 2 bridges you can cross and a few forts. He has just recently added a speedball course with cubes purchased from the now closed down Mountain Park Paintball. I have yet to play on it but the field looks mighty tasty. I believe he opened up a pro shop as well, but not exactly sure because I haven't made it up to his place in a while. His prices are high, but he is trying to get by paying for the new house he just built because the other one burnt down. He is a very friendly and knowledgable man. And he is a very good player. He helped me and my friends with strats going into games. His refs know what they are doing most of the time except for a certain few. Rental guns aren't too bad even though they are pretty old. He rents out Tippmann 98c's and Pro Carbines. You can bring your own paint. He even set up a bathroom in his new house that was built specifically for paintballers playing at his field. I give John credit for his attempt on making a fun and safe paintball field. I do highly reccommend it.