Go to their website and they have directions there.
The first thing that you notice when you come here is that it is someones yard that you are playing in with a trailer set up to serve as the "pro shop". You pay quite a bit of money to play here $30 with own stuff w/ air and you can bring your own paint or you can buy a case and get free entry but you still have to pay for air which brings the total to around $75 with tax. Even paying those prices, walk on players are not a priority. You can expect to be bumped from a field whenever a group that has reserved time decides that they want to change fields. Also, the pace between games is painfully slow as they wait for the maximum number of people to play each game. Frequently a group of 40 people waited on someone to walk down to get air or a drink when a game could have been completed before they returned. Safety is practically non-existent. They have a chrono, but no speed limits are posted and the "refs" never checked a gun on or off the field nor were barrel plugs enforced. The pro shop has a limited amount of gear and they can do 4500psi fills and they will order pizza for lunch if you place an order. The "facilities" consist of one porta potty which was surprisingly clean for the number of people there.