Exit 88 off I-4, West on Lee Rd. till you hit 441 (O.B.T.) then head North for 2 miles, then make a right onto Lee Rd. Theres a McDonalds on the West side of O.B.T. at that intersection.
I wrote the dispute below, but figured writing a review would be a better "dispute".
Well, I've been playing there ever since I started playing going on 11yrs. ago now. I've played at other fields around the state, and out of state. When going to O.P. you have to understand that it's not for "Agg" players or Turney players. This place is for first timers, one timers, basically inexperienced players. They offer 6 great fields. 2 indoor urban type and 4 outdoor, two of which are hyperball and the other two are speedball (inflatable). There's plenty of variety for everyone and you don't have to walk too far to get air or paint. They play great music and order pizza for everyone visitng. If you were to add strobe lights, it would almost be like going to a paintball nightclub. They also fill both HPA (compressed/nitro) and CO2 tanks. They also stay open till 6a.m. on Friday and Saturday nights.
It can be a great party scene and the staff are always willing to help. They run games all the time and don't know everything about paintball, so there are occaisions when you can't find an answer to a question, but that happens anywhere.
Safety is top notch. They stay on top of masks on the field and condoms off the field. They will even sit you out or in extreme cases, kick you out of the park if you break the safety rules too many times.
I can see a lot of points these turney players make, about the field not being totally grass, but it doesn't have to be to have a great time. Many other teams and players around the world play on just plain dirt fields. I've done so myself and have no problem with it.
Again, O.P. is for the rec baller, inexperienced baller, or one timer. NOT for the turney guys. You all can just stay at w/e other field you like... cuz it's not hurting O.P. one bit :)