A whole mess of fields in NY, NJ, Chicago, CA, PA and so on.
Directions to the Field:
Internet maps are your friend. I can tell you that it's right next to a cemetary
I'm a rec player so my reviews tend to lean towards newbies and the happy go lucky players.
Decent field when they clean it up. There is an L-shape design that's used from time to time which adds to an interesting dynamic to the game. There is one field everyone plays on. When the field hasn't been cleaned up you have yourself quite a slip and slide session. Good for those who like to do that sort of thing...bad for those who desire traction. Bunkers could of used a good inflating but not horrible. It was pretty dark in there just as a note.
Quite good on the chrono checks and goggle checks.
They're ok and here's why. Not too good on the paint checks. But like I said before, good with taking care of safety issues but not very proactive on paint checks even if your screaming about a guy in the back right bunker who obviously has 4 to 5 shots showing. But they broke up the walk on teams into pretty fair groups.
They got quite a decent amount of stuff there. Heard they have another pro shop 15 min away which is better than what they have on site.
Standard issue pizza or you could dig up a corpse if that's your thing. There are vending machines, mostly for drinks.
Entry is $25 and a case was $65.
The people I played with were a good lot. There was a very mix bag of young kids to young/older adults. There are no lockers but the parking lot is pretty accessible. Game turn over was at a nice steady clip that day. But too many people on that field gets really messy quickly. If you have a 5 on 5 man game it's a good field. When you have more than 10 on 10 it gets really small very quickly.