If you plan to go, be sure to ask for directions when you are near the area, because it is very hard to find. The sign says operation paintball in very small letters on a sign that looks like all the other signs in the area. The road that goes to the paintball site is poorer than the roads of Rome in the dark ages. Just pray that there is not another car coming the other way because there is only room for one car.
Well, if your into the down to earth kind of paintball, this place is for you. The paintball office is a trailer home with an extended rain shelter and some benches. There are some porter-potties if you need to relieve yourself.
We went when it was about 90 degrees outside, and the wooded areas kept us cool. Some are very big, and some are very small, considering how many people they shove in an open group. Careful of huge thorns. The refs choose where you go.
Staff: Extremely nice staff that are willing to help. Chrono every time we go out (under 280 fps). The refs are sometimes too nice, and when people were complaining that their masks would fog up, the refs would give like twenty minute breaks. However, when my group of 14 people came to play, they said that they would have to group us with the other open players. I was expecting like 6 people since it was a pretty hot rainy day, but it was a group of 20, so the open group had about 34 people, excluding the 5 refs.
Conclusion: We had these paintball USA coupons so we only had to pay the price of paint. The price was 100 per case, which is pretty expensive, but I heard it was worse. If you use coupons, make sure you call ahead 'cause you're going to run into some trouble talking to the staff.