From I-20 take the Monticello Road exit north, pass a run-down bar on the left after about two miles, right on Koon Store Road. Looks like (and is) the driveway to a house.
This place is pretty run down, but in the end I had a really great time there. When I turned into the driveway I thought, 'surely this isn't it,' but it was. The field shares a driveway with someone's house. There is trash everywhere, and basically everything from the picnic tables to the pro shop is old and messed up. I wasn't expecting a country club, but clearly the owner is not putting even a minimum effort into making it look nice. The 'pro shop' is basically a semi-abandoned trailer home, and does not sell anything but paint. The only nice thing is the fill station.
I got there right at 10, when they open, but for some reason we didn't start playing until about 12:30. I felt like a jackass just sitting there for 2.5 hours. After we got started, though, we played until I was ready to quit.
All that aside, there were some great people to play with--everyone was a good sport and the games were fun. There was a lot of good cover in the woods, with natural dirt mounds, ridges and trees. There are a lot of smaller trees and brush that make you think strategically before shooting. It is a big field! Most of the buildings were usable as designed.
This was a fun place to play, and the people were really friendly. Safety was enforced. I did see some small post holes in some areas, for no apparent reason, which are pretty dangerous, but people did use barrel plugs, and kept their masks on. I will be back soon--it's right around the corner from my house. If they had 5 guys working for one full day the place could be cleaned up and looking sharp, except maybe for the 'pro shop.' All in all I recommend it. Despite its appearance it is really fun.