From Mount Carmel: Go 64 East. Right before Princeton you will see a Key Farms building. Shortly after that you will take a left. This left is between two houses.
Alright first off I'm going to have to say that Pop(owner) is one of the greatest people I know in the paintballing business. I know countless times he's either helped me out or one of my friends out for free. The other day I took a friend there to get some equipment for his gun. So Pops gave me free air all day without the purchase of paint. I had about two cases left over from last time, this is why I was happy.
Lately when I have been there we haven't had any actual refs. Usually there were just uneven teams so one out of our group would ref the game, and his rules are strict. What's nice is that everyone there knows them. A video is required to be watched by first time players at the field. Usually everybody has each others backs and reminds each other when they're accidently breaking the rules. Say for instance not using a mask while chroning gun is a big one.
As far as his prices go. It's the cheapest cases of paint I have ever seen at a paintball field. His prices for upgrades and whatnot are not retail prices, but I mean give him a break he's got to make the money somehow. Pops will put your gun up for display if you want to sell it.
As far as the food goes. He has this guy in there that makes it all and sells it to us. I wish I knew his name, but I don't. He makes really good chili, and his hotdogs are nice and big. I've had his nachos with cheese also, and I thought those were just as good. Pops sales gatorade for one dollar, and what I think is awesome is that he sells bottled watter for 50 cents.
If you're looking for a good time then SSS is the place to be. Not only a good time but it also can be a competitive time as well. Since I live close by I plan on being there a lot. Maybe every other weekend and sometimes during the week. I encourage everyone to make it out to SSS. You won't be disappointed.