Splat City, much smaller field, but better indoors. It has no outdoors like Jaegers does though.
Well this field has quite a number of ups and downs.
-LOTS of people playing (I like the bigger games)
-Lots of staff members
-The indoor and outdoor fields are big so don't expect to meet your opponent in 10 seconds =D
-The guys in the pro shop are really helpful (especially Mark. He milled my blue Cocker too! www.demonguns.com)
-Outdoor paint costs are great @ $65.00 a case
-Always has air to fill your tank
-Prep stage area is great, with many concessions and pop/candy machines are available everywhere
-Breaks in between games are okay, but when there is a smaller crowd
-The inside field is DISGUSTING! There is wet sand everywhere with paintballs on the ground that haven't been cleaned
-It is also hard to see inside the caves. Even without fogging it is still difficult
-Prices inside are horrible @ $99.00 a case!!! That's a terrible price just for a case
-The pro shop doesn't have that much, and the stuff they have is a little overpriced. Well I guess you could say that Jaeger's is more of a field than a pro shop. The people in the pro shop are still very helpful though.
-Some of the staff gets on my nerves. They just get plain annoying when they just ignore you when you want your tank to get filled!
Overall this would be a great field if you go to the outdoor field. I would HIGHLY recommend going to the outdoor field over the caves. The caves may have a little more people, but the experience isn't that great. Outdoor has speedball, a little town, and woods. You would have a great experience at the outdoor field when it opens up again.