Even though this field is attached to a family fun park, and is supposed to be for the younger crowd and their parents, it is starting to become more friendly to the "hardcore" paintball crowd as well.
The field is and airball field with pea gravel. The pea gravel isn't all that great, but the new airball is pretty nice. The prices aren't all bad either. $9 for a field fee + 100 paintballs, and the cases of Nightmare run at $55.
A new thing they just added is $20 Mondays. Basically, you pay the $20, which allows you to play all day with your own paint if you want to. Once they get compressed air (which the staff tells me is soon), you get all day air with that too. Not a bad deal.
The staff is safe and pretty knoweldgable, but they won't fix your gun because of liablity reasons. The rules are pretty standard, and they have a rather small area to set up in; just two picnic tables and some 50 cent lockers to put your stuff in. The player crowd is starting to get a little more serious, but usually consists of 10-14 year olds with rental guns playing paintball for their first time. Otherwise, the crowd is mixed between 11-14 year old kids with spyders playing for their first time, and some hardcore guys every once in awhile.
The rental department is a little lacking, with the primary rentals being Diablo Inferno's, and there are some Tippmann Pro Customs as well. If you have a problem with rentals though, the staff is always glad to help you with that.
Overall, this field is just starting to gain some foothold with the more advanced players, and is pretty much average to great in other departments. Once the compressed air comes in, I expect it to take off in the right direction. This is a good place for beginners and rookies alike.