3 minutes away from Summit Hospital in Hermitage, TN.
Staff: Mark and Shawna are two of the coolest people I know. They give fair rates, excellent advice, and great service. Mark is pretty good with gun repairs. Shawna is great on setting up your reservations, parties, etc. Overall, just give them a call or email, and they will take care of you.
Refs: Ridiculous. They are usually pick-up refs. (A player that is not playing puts on a ref shirt). Most are juvenile and do not take it seriously. They usually sit on the sides, do not do paint checks unless you yell at them multiple times. They show a lot of favoritism towards their friends. Basically, they might as well not be there at all. This weekend, a small group of me and my friends were about to start the car course. We were walking to our respective sides, and one of the refs, (yes the refs) shot my teammate in the back. He had a paint pistol, and thought it was funny. When he was confronted about it, he threatened to go and get his marker and we would settle it "on the field". Ummmmm.....yeah. My teammate and I have been rec balling for over three years. However, the rest of the people we had with us were playing paintball for their first time. That is not the message you want to send to people who are new to the sport......
Fields: The have a descent variety of fields. They have 4 fields that are split between Hyper Ball and Speed Ball. They do need some work, new nets, and an overall pressure washing. However, I talked to the owners, and they are getting to do all of this in the next month or so. So no problem there. If this is the first time you are going, bear in mind that they DO NOT have a woods ball course. All of the courses there are fast paced, and most games do not last over 5 minutes.
Rules: Bunkering is allowed. This past weekend, they were shooting full auto, but usually do not allow anything but semi. No scenario games just kill 'em all. Pretty standard rules overall.
Overall review: If you are a seasoned player, come on down. You will find some good competition, fast games, and a variety of speed courses. Also, with experienced players, you do not have to worry about not having real refs.
If you are new to the game, or are bringing new people down for their first experience, go somewhere else. Otherwise, you may find them asking "...and why did you think I would like paintball?" Just saying.