This is a newb & family oriented place, but I was desparate to meet any other ballers and find out where to play. I went at night and found about 8-10 players slugging it out on this airball course. A few first timers, some teens, and a few very tough little kids. I was concerned about hurting them until they lit me up a few times. The field is very small, and awkwardly lit. For some reason, this group was playing East to West as opposed to the mirrored normal set up I'll call North to South. With the spot lights all along one side (opposite the snake) whoever started on the "dark side" (under & behind the lights) had an almost unbeatable advantage. From the other side, you were fully lighted and staring into the spots. Your opponents were almost invisable when standing in the open. Bunkers are small, and some needed some air. Prices were $12 bucks if you had your own equipment and paint was $50 a case. The single ref was running the games and the counter, but at night it didn't cause any real delay.
There was a lot of dry firing and shooting in the staging area. I scolded some of them, but the ref let it go. Barrel cover rules were not enforced.
I might return during the day with newbs or family, but I got a lead on a few other places and some woodsball games in town. I think I'll try those next.