Not sure since I've left the area about 6 years ago. I recently found this site and had to comment on PP. At the time, there was one over near Peak'nPeek ski resort and an indoor place towards North East. Not exactly local where my home field (2 hours away) which is no longer around (Covert Operations).
Directions to the Field:
Best advice here is use Google Maps or Yahoo Maps - PP's website is pretty good too.
Let's begin by stating I've played paintball for nearly 10 years now. Pentagon Paintball was one of the first tournaments my teams have competed in. Since then the teams have competed all over the country (and continent). Unfortunately for me, I've left the tourney world and took a job with the Navy. When I lived in the area Pentagon was by far the best place to play.
First -- GREAT PEOPLE. The owner, the trainer, refs and players who frequented Pentagon were always the best. I can recall at one tourney a player on my team suffered a major marker malfunction which we couldn't fix on the spot. An opposing team lent my player his marker so we didn't lose the match. I can personally attest to the owner's love of the game. I know the work he's put into the fields and store. I seen Pentagon grow from 3 fields to more than I can recall at this time. At true testament to the people working for and drawn to play at Pentagon.
Second -- Knowledge. The owner and refs are very knowledgeable. Especially when it comes to marker work and calling a fair game. Their integrity truly stands out across the board as far as I'm concerned.
Third -- Quality of Experience. The total package at Pentagon far exceeds any other field I've played from San Diego, CA to Ocean City, MD. The service makes the day. I must say I've need been to another field which offers a tourney at next to no cost and then throws in a huge cookout and party following. Pentagon is truly a "Total Package" when it comes to full-service paintball fields.
Lastly, I'd like to say thanks to the people who keep Pentagon afloat - The players who show up, buy paint, buy air (and air cards) and enjoy themselves. I very much enjoy the infrequent times I get to review the Pentagon website and check out pictures and hear about the different types of games the owner keeps coming up with. Keep up the good work!!!