None in PA. Normally play at Battlefront, Hubbard Ohio.
We visited this field on Customer Appreciation Day, with free admission and food. This was the weekend immediately after the Halo scenario, so some of the props were still around. Taken in whole, the field is amazing, however, they had it chopped up into several very short, narrow fields, which boiled it down to a day of speedball in the woods. If you were using the whole field, it would be a lot of fun; as it played this day, it wasn't really my cup of tea. Safety was very well controlled, in fact, the best I've seen. Service on air and paint was good, but the pro shop was slow. The paint in use was as good as any field paint I've used, but it was $80 a case which is a little pricey compared to what I pay at Battlefront. Overall the field has great potential, it just wasn't used the day I was there.
the reason we have split fields at TRP is for private groups. a lot of times, we get up to 5 private groups (sometimes more) that all want to play in the woods with only their group. having the field split allows us to do this. everyone can play with their group in the woods at the same time. also, the whole field would be too big for just a normal day of woodsball. we open it up for scenario players, but that's over 100 people playing on the same field at the same time. there has never been a time other than scenario games where we've had 100+ people in the open (anyone can come to play) in one day. not putting down your opinion, just trying to explain some reasoning behind this...