Treehugger's - I definitely think Silver Spur is better than Treehugger's.
A friend's woodsball course in Seelyville - Can't really compare, I have to drive to Princeton for good speedball.
Directions to the Field:
Easiest way to get there is to take US41 to the intersection that sits next to the TrueValue and Case III dealership and head West. Can't miss it.
Safety - More netting than some of the courses I've seen, but it still needs work. My girlfriend took a rogue ball sitting at one of the picnic tables. If it had hit her face, I would have come unglued. Mask rules are enforced in designated areas.
Fields - A standup speedball course, a regular one, a Hyperball course, an indoor course, a Fort type, uphill course, and an uphill town course. All were excellent.
Hours of Operation - Open everyday except Mondays and Tuesdays, not bad.
Prices - Field fee of $5 waived if you purchase paint, all-day HP AIr is also offered. Great prices.
Rules - For the most part, rules are enforced to a "T".
Services - I truely believe that Pops places his customers best interests first and foremost. If you aren't having fun, it's his problem.
Proshop - Great selection, but they tend to run heavy on Ion merchandise.
Staff - All were friendly and courteous.
Refs - The referees were friendly and MATICULOUS! I mean, the way they checked me for a hit, I almost thought the guy owed me dinner. lol (A joke)
Players - Like any other field, no matter what you do, you can't keep the retards and asshats out. That's why God gave us ramping to bonus ball those tards, right?
Facilities - Clean, very nice, but netting really needs to be addressed.
Food - The best food I've ever had from any concession stand type establishment. Prices were low, too.