I played Pirate Paintball for the first time on New Year's Day. Appreciate the staff working on a holiday so the rest of us could have fun. There is a speedball field which looked nice, but I only played the woods field. There were plenty of bunkers, mostly man-made, including a nice snake in front of one of the forts. The field is big enough that the opponent is pretty much out of view at the start of the game, leaving lots of opportunity for hiding and maneuver. Even the radio-equipped, full-camo guys didn't last much longer than anyone else.
The shop is minimal - nothing but the basics on hand - but the owner, Chad, is more than willing to get whatever you need with a day or two notice. In fact, he couldn't be friendlier. He welcomed us to his field and made sure my daughter (who had only played once before) had working equipment and knew how to use it. When refilling my tank, he noticed the O-ring was cracked and replaced it for free without even mentioning it. Granted it's not an expensive item, but the point is that that's great customer service. The other players were friendly too. Handshakes from the opposing side after almost every game.
On the down side, it sometimes took 15-20 minutes to get a new game started. Maybe it was hard to get refs to come in on a holiday. Also (a minor point) the parking area is pretty small, and mostly along the dirt road leading to the field - can be a muddy mess.
All in all it was a good place to play. The people are the most important part of any field, and I'd be happy to play there again