Not sure of other fields in the area I drove in from Minnesota to play there.
Directions to the Field:
You can get them from there web site.
I played on 3 different fields when I was there Woods field, City field (and I think it was called) the Spool field . All 3 fields were very well laid out with lots of bunkers and structures a few vehicles and some very nice shooting lanes there is also some thick underbrush scattered through out the fields and on the edges. Safety seemed to be very important there as well. No shooting within 20 feet was something that I had not experienced before. They were very good at making sure goggles were on before you went on the field and kept on while on the field. They also did a good job of making sure barrel socks were on before entering the staging area. The turnaround time between games was the shortest I have experienced at any of the fields I have played at (5 to 10 min). It is field paint only $20 for 500 rounds and $15 field fee for open play so pricing is not to bad either.
The only thing I did not like about this field was the walk from the parking and sign in area to the staging area. However once you were in the staging area you could buy paint and get air so you did not have to make that walk more than once each way. They also had drinks and candy for sale in the staging area.