Spacecoast (great but gone), Daytona Xplex (good, only played one scenario there)
Directions to the Field:
About 1.3 miles South of Highway 50 on CR13.
Overall this is a great place to play. Tim and his wife run a class operation and myself and my sons always enjoy playing there.
Fields: Urban style city field, speedball field, tire field, large wooded field.
Cost: Prices are reasonable. $10 admission or $15 if you BYOP on Saturdays. Paint prices are not bad. $65 for top grade paint is a tad high but not bad really. White box is less.
Safety: Safety is generally good. Refs always make sure goggles are down while on the field and barrel covers are used off the field. No safey briefing prior to the start of play however.
Refs: Refs are normally pretty good. Occasionally you will get a newer ref that isn't up on all the objectives of some of the woods games but all in all pretty good.
Facilities: No food but cold drinks are sold. Only bathroom facilities are a couple of port-a-lets.
Suggestions for improvements:
Some days it can get crowded and there are way too many players on the city field for example. Plus it can take way too long between games. In this case, they should limit the number of players on each team, play a 10-minute game, then as soon as that game is over, start another one with the next group. This will eliminate the overcrowded games plus keep the games moving quicker. The refs will have to work harder since there would be less rest between games but that's what they get paid for.
Also it gets hard to tell who's on what team. They sometimes use tape or just thin yellow ribbon but sometimes you have to ask them for this. A few rolls of white, yellow, or red tape would be a decent investment and make it better for the players.
Due to the areas for improvement needed, I give this field an 8/10. I will continue to play there as it's a great place to play in Orlando compared to the other fields around.