First Impressions: When you first get there you have to find a parking spot. Not a big deal if you get there early but, what parking do you except from a old military base eh? When you look in from the road you can see the newly set up Air Ball Field and a couple buildings. Really gets you into the mood. You walk up to the road fill out your waves and go turn then in.
Safety: Safety there is an A+. They warn you of the slippy buildings and advise you not to sprint into them or out of them. They make sure barrel covers and masks are on when they need to be.
Paint and Prices: As for paint Blast Camp uses RPI PMI Premiums. Good paint. As for the price they are $80 for non year members and $70 for year members. As for nitro fill it is $1 and co2 varies from tank to tank from $2-$4. They also have many tools and other things in case your gun breaks while your there.
Proshop: There proshop isn't at the field it is about 5 or 6 miles away in downtown Hobart. The store has gear/guns/etc now than most of the other places in the area. Make sure to check it out.
Reffs: The reffs at blast camp all play and are all very experienced. They all enjoy there jobs and are not 10 year olds running around pretending there awesome.
Fields: Finally the fields, They have over 10 different fields. Some of them can be combined for certain games making sure you don't end up playing on the same fields over and over. The Air Ball is something you can't afford to miss out on. When they have it up its one of the funniest games you can play. They allow players to go in on there own with a reff and play. Also, all the buildings games are very fun as well.
As for a final review i'm going to give the field a 10/10. Its one of the best, cheapest, and most important cleanest fields around. Make you stop in and play a few games. For even more fun stop by on a Big Game Day.