There is a map on their site, but to get in the building you can use the door right across from the big Defcon paintball sign, or park in the underground parking building (in the plaza with the buffet) and go down a floor, and there is a door to the right of the Defcon sign on the wall.
For starters, neck guards are mandatory and are available to rent, which is included in the safety talk before you start paintballing.
The field is well-lit, sand base, sand bags, barrels and pillars for cover. Each side of the field has 2 bunkers made out of sandbags and there is lots of cover throughout the field.
The field and the rest of the building is very clean, including their rental equipment and even their washrooms. (the field is cleaned really well every Monday)
Their rental guns consist of A5's, Tippman 98's, Tippman bravo 1's, and a few speedball markers (pmr I think).
The staff is very friendly and have lots of experience with paintball so they can help you if you have any marker troubles.
The pro shop is still under construction but they still have a lot to sell and will even order something for you if they don't have it.
It is pretty cheap to play here, especially on half price days, air or co2 are always free when you need a fill and they use good quality paint.
When I went there we played elimination, capture the flag, president or vip.
Also, it was half price day (Tuesday) so it got busy at around 6:30 -7, which is when we started playing. They were supposed to close at 11pm that day but we ended up leaving our final game at 12:30 even though we only had 4 hours of admission they didn't mind.
They are also making 4 new outdoor fields in april that will be 150 acres in total.
They stay open pretty late which is good, usually 11pm during the week and 12am on the weekends.
So overall I give this field a 10/10 and I look forward to going back again. This field seemed to work well with speedball and tactical when I went so it should work for a lot of paintballers (or airsoft players on Mondays)
Last edited on Thursday, December 4th, 2008 at 11:28 pm PST