Linglestown Paintball - horrible field
Ski Round Top Revolution - alright field, but lacking when compared to WPP
I've played at WPP about 6 times, and counting. They have 2 airball fields (a chronic field and an x-ball field) and many woodsball courses.
I really only have one problem with WPP. On sunday's their X-Ball field is permanently taken up by the punisher punks -- that's fine and I completely understand. However, on Saturdays (the only time the field is open to rec ballers) the field isn't blown up in a reasonable amount of time. I often show up at 10:30ish and when I get tired and have had enough for the day (around 3:30ish) their x-ball field is still not ready for play.
If they could prepare the field earlier, then this place would be absolutely perfect for speeballers.
Pretty much everything else is good. Their prices are GREAT. $33 for a case of 2,000 paintballs (that will usually last me 2 full days of playing). At first I thought to myself "I wonder what's wrong with these..." but they shoot great and the only break I've ever had with them was because of my own fault. The field fee is $15. About average.
I love their setup -- I hate fields that make you haul your gear to some staging area where it's not safe. At WPP I'm able to keep everything I own in the trunk of my car. Theft was a huge problem at Linglestown Paintball (aka Foxhole Paintball) however I have no fear of that happening at WPP.
Their chronic field is nice and they change the bunkers around from weekend to weekend. Their hyperball field is pretty intense as well. For woodsball, they have various courses, all of which have their own unique play style.
The Refs are all really nice guys. They're not disrespectful and they're willing to help out people. The field is very safe. They enforce barrel plug and mask safety strongly. Obey the rules, and you'll be fine. There is a 10 foot surrender rule when playing with newer players in a woodballs setting -- however -- this rule is usually tossed aside when playing airball (if everyone agrees.)
The players seem to be nicer down there too. I like speedball, but I hate cocky little kids who think they're the best in the world. WPP does not have many of these guys, and if I find I'm not having a fun time with speedball I can always hop over to the woodsball games.
Overall I'm giving this a 9/10. Their refs, fields, and prices are all awesome. The only suggestion I have to the WPP staff is to air up the X-Ball field earlier on Saturdays.
Go to WPP - you'll love it no matter what you play.