outlaw is close by its a good field if you like speedball but ambush has both speedball and woodsball fields.
Kellys paintball is out of business but for anyone who had played there the fields were set up simlar to ambush's but nowhere near as good
Ive been playing at ambush for at least five years now, it is right by my house and i attend most of there walk-on events and big battles. I certainly know the fields well, there are many options of where to go at the fields on ambush. You can go up front,stay back, or flank the sides. Where ever you are trying to go, there is usually cover. The day hours are 715am to 330pm. This includes the safety briefing that starts at 730. Safety, there is no compairson to any field when it comes to safety. There are rules for anything that might be dangerous here. They check velocity which is at 280fps max and give you a sticker after you chronograph. Ive been to other fields where they dont check velocity or they just tell you to shoot and wach how far you shoot. But ive seen little kids play here frequently and they dont complain. There is nothing to worry about when playing here. To play at ambush it costs $29 for walk-on days that includes entry fee, air or co2, and 500 paintballs. It costs $60 for a case of paint. Walk-on nites are usually the first friday nite of the month form may to sept. Nite games cost $20 and you can bring your own paint, or $60 with a case. Nite games start at 530 and go till about 10:00. At the nite games you play in the woods until it gets dark then you play under the lighted fields which includes the trailer field. Yesterday i wnet to prison break 3 which is one of two of there big battles. There was about 200 people there. It was alot of fun. Two teams compete to hold the prison for the day. Go to there web site for info on those events. The staff, refs, and owner are all very good and very nice. The owner's name is Bob and besides keeping it safe and fair all he tries to do is make it so you have fun. If you need something before you can play they have rental equipment and a small proshop which has things from barrel plugs to guns. If you are having rouble with your personal paintball gun, hopper, or tank there are a few people that can help you. One in paiticular is really good his name is Quinn, he refs there sometimes or he plays, or he just comes to fix guns. To me it seems like the only thing he spends his life doing is fixing guns. But he is usually sucessfull so if you need help ask around for Quinn. Also there is snacks and drinks available in the proshop but i would recomend bringing something to eat between games. Visit there website for any info. See you at the field.