I just wanted to chime in that I have had some very positive experiences at this field. I have found the owner to be helpful above and beyond what should be expected. I've seen him assist experienced players with repairing their marker, loan parts and supplies when guns break, and routinely provide help for players of all types.
The facilities are basic, a wooden shack and some tables, nothing extravagant, but it gets the job done. You'll be parked close to the 'dead-zone' so you'll have ready access to your gear.
The referee's here are definitely the best I have dealt with. Too many fields have refs that feel that they are hanging out with friends instead of working. Yeah, occasionally the refs will ramble on about their gear, but just about all of them do if you get them talking about it. The best part of PAG, and the reason I keep going back, is the efficiency of the place. You are nto standing around for hours on end waiting for things to get organized. Other fields I've been too have refs that wander around and talk with their friends and have interest or desire to get the day started. PAG keeps things on a fun, but rigid, schedule, and it allows you to get more time in on the fields.
The owner and the refs are fanatical about barrel plugs.
I am a woodsball player, so i think the fields are great. If your primary interest is speedball you will not be satisfied, but if you like to play a combination of both woodsball and (ghetto) speedball you will love this place.
If it rains alot the days before you play you will:
a) get muddy - duh
b) lose 1 quart of blood to the mosquitoes - bring some sweat-proof bugspray and you'll be fine.
Overall I would recommend this to all woodsball and non-hardcore-speedball players. This is *definitely* the place to go if you are a newer player looking for a relaxed place to play with a group or in a pick-up game.