Use Google Maps. The one thing we had a problem with was a lack of signs. We founds the field pretty easily but then had a hard time figuring out which building we had to go to. We did get there before they had opened so that is one of the major reasons I guess.
I am relatively new to paintball (a dreaded 'newbie' to all of you experienced elitist players) and this was my first time on anything other then a woods ball course. I had a really good time. The deal with buying field paint is pretty standard and is to be expected when visiting a field. The paint was high quality and I feel reasonably priced. The staff is very laid back and make sure everything is safe and fun. We got to play with some of the locals and everyone played fairly and respected one another. We did play in the woods ball course once but the mosquitoes and the lack of players kept us on the 'urban' course most of the day. At one point I pointed out a dangerous obstacle, a pallet had fallen over in a path from the logs to the back of the school bus. The ref took care of it promptly which was nice because no one wants a broken ankle. At one point my gun started leaking so they stripped it down and fixed it for me. While it was apart they sold me some add on's too that greatly enhanced the consistency of my shots. I feel even if I had not bought the extra stuff they would not have charged me for the maintenance. I was very pleased the experience and will definitely be back. It is good to see player owned and operated fields.
The only suggestion I have to get it up to a 10 star rating would be to make a kill house type obstacle where you have to go room to room clearing hostiles. I know this is expensive and time consuming but I tend to think of swat style tactics when I think urban. Their urban course is really fun and essentially the equivalent to having a gun fight out in the street; if they were to add the kill house type idea this place would be top notch experience