Prices - very good and standard for the surrounding paintball fields. Full store on site and prices of paint were norm. If self equipped you can BYOP.
Safety - excellent. Refs were very sharp and safety conscious. Only bad experience was with one employee who gave me attitude when I went to enter woodsball area (protection on) and I didn't realize the game had started. They had forgotten to put the net down when the players entered. All other employees were great.
Staff - be warned.. the owner and his buddies play - and they are GOOD.
Hours - Good.. I stayed only for half day, but they are the norm of surrounding fields.
Players - Lots showed up which is good. Wide rage/experience range. My suggestion is to seperate by age maybe. There was a good range of age and experience. Some of the younger players weren't paying attention to the arm band colors and shot their own team mates.
Food - prices are very reasonable, they had gatorade for $1.50., Soda one dollar. Dogs, etc.... good prices.
Facilities - very well organized and set up. The only confusing part was the woods' boundaries - they were usually designated by color tape. At times you were told to ignore this red tape but stay behind THIS red tape. Got confusing in the middle of play. Loved the large amount of land to play woodsball on. Wear boots - if you are a true player, you'll get muddy in some areas - but most of the terrain is dry. There are great natural cover/concealment (ledge, rocks, and trees). The staging area was great - you weren't cramped and there was plenty of room to set up. It was clean and I recommed it for groups and solo players.
Hey, Thanks for leaving good feedback, we take advise VERY strongly and learn from mistakes. I highly agree with you about Geeze and/or Dave and his friends (witchdoctor, Willy etc.) Normally, we make field 1 the more experienced players, and field 2 for more rookie players.
Well I do appreciate the kind words however wish to clear up a few factoids.... please, if you have any problem with refs, bring the issue immediately to me. We are constantly working to improve our public relations and I mandate that "Sir" and "Mame" are use to everyone they address. Sorry for the over exhuberance exhibited by a member of my staff. (If let go would that make him/her a dismember...?)
Secondly we do NOT seperate the experienced from the newbie but we play accordingly to the skill level of the opponent. This field caters to beginners as well as the so called "experts" which makes it a great play to play and advance your skills. Refs are watching to assure no one is "overrun". Afterall, it IS a game. Hope to meet you on the field someday.