See there web site, It just a couple minutes off I-5.
I had a great time at this field. The people thet ran the place where very helpfull. They explained all the safety rules. Just like every field I have visited, you will get yelled at if you remove you mask or barrel cover in the incorrect area. They also had a surrender rules which is nice with families. I got there at 10am and we played till about 4pm. They have a few differant grades of paint, including cold weather balls. The paint prices are average. The field fee was like $10 and included co2 or air all day. This was a great deal. There seamed to be only three fields. There was a speedball field which we never used (I do not think anybody wanted to either). The is a d-day field with we used on the last game. It is a small field but was good for a 20-30 minute game. Finally was the woodsball field. This is where played all but one game. If you check thier website there is a printable map. NICE. The field was well layed out. There where trails, a few bunkers, and some heavier forest areas. The field was of good size and you where not able it see the other start point. This allows for good tactical play. They played quite a few different game types. There is no onsite shop. They did have tank o-rings. The only down side was the food. All they have is smack food. There is fast food really close, but who wants to leave. Maybe somebody could make a burger run? Portable bathroom was clean. All the players where friendly and willing to help you out if you needed it. Next time I make the 7 hour drive down there I will go again.