Safety: The referees there make sure you put your mask on in the field area and a condom/plug in. There is a 10 foot minimum shot rule in the rec area only, but the refs don't really ref much in the rec area. The refs talk the talk, but don't walk the walk. (I'll get to that in the refs section)
Fields: There are 4 fields.
---------Xball-----------I have not played on yet.
---------Woodsball---Is a bit overgrown and the boundaries are not marked well. I don't play ---------------------------woodsball so I don't have much of a woodsballer's view on this one.
---------Rec #1--------Consists mainly of spools, tires, and fences. On this field the bunkers ---------------------------are a bit more spread out than Rec #2. I find it a great field for rec.
---------Rec #2--------Consists mainly of fences and Pepsi barrells. On this field the bunkers are closer together, which is great for bunkering people. The downside is bunkering is not allowed, but sweeping around the side/flanking is an alternative as long as you're 10 feet away.
Prices: There is a 15 field fee for rec/woods and 20 if you want to do xball too. Unlimited air is included in the field fee. The paint is 50 for a case and its field paint only. I find that their paint is egg-shaped and will make your gun shoot everything but your target. Their paint is not very good. I have found paint for 40 a case that shot 3 times better. Rentals are 50 and they come with air, 500 balls, a BT gun or a 98 custom, mask, and hopper.
The refs tell people to not shoot in the staging area, and they tell you to put your mask on when entering the field. The problem is, I was there and one ref/safety staff shot another in the arm in the field area with no mask on from like 2 feet away, on accident. The funny thing is that just a minute before that, the same ref made a kid put a barrell plug in and safety on. The refs don't really do paintchecks on the rec fields, so usually an eliminated player will volunteer.
Players: The other players were all respective and did not light people up. A few little kids came on the field with their dads and it was their first time, so everyone made sure that noone would bunker them or light them up. People called the hits every time I think. I don't recall seeing any people wiping. One guy was shooting a bit hot, but he was nice about it because he hadn't realized it and he turned it down.
Overall, aside from the cheapo deapo paint that costs 50 a case, this paintball facility is decent, and is good if you go with people you know.