No other fields in the area, but have played at other fields, some better and some worse.
Directions to the Field:
There isn't a direct road to the field. The closest you can get is the parking lot just outside, and then walk along the path between the gocart track and the water.
One of the most noticeably issues about this field is the lack of safety. They don't have barrel bags or plugs and very little attention is paid to whether your safety is on. The only safety briefing we got was, "don't take off your masks", which they didn't enforce at all. I'm not sure if they actually have any refs, but no one was out there when we played.
The fields were okay. There were two, one was a large speedball field and the other was a triangle shaped speedball field with some towers. Most of the bunkers were pretty far apart, and there were key stretches near the middle where you would be running entirely out in the open. The bunkers were pretty decent though, providing a healthy amount of cover without being too big. Everything at the field was encrusted in a layer of paint. All of the bunkers were sticky and there were bloated paintballs all over the ground.
I mostly used my own marker, but I shot a rental for a game or two. Just like the field, it doesn't look like their guns had ever been cleaned. I'm not sure if using their 98s with flatlines would have been any better, but their 98s with normal barrels were extremely inaccurate.
The field paint was actually pretty good, although ridiculously overpriced. It cost about 5.5KD (About $20) for just 300 paintballs. Fortunately you are allowed to bring your own paint, which is what we will probably do from now on. Although it was over priced, the paint was good quality and shot consistantly.
In the end, we each paid about 15-20KD ($54-72). The field is overpriced, especially considering the condition of the field and gear, and the service that we received, but its the only field in Kuwait.