Blitz (way back when), the rest mainly closer to Madison and a number of Fields over in Michigan
Directions to the Field:
Just off of 94 on HWY K.
Over all a great place whether it's your 1st or your 1000th time playing.
Fields- This is mainly a woodsball/scenerio set of fields. If you are looking to show up in your jersey with your thousand dollar gun and throw around a few hundred dollars worth of paint this is not your scene. The fields are are a little overgrown but I understand the staff is committed to remedying this. However I will say that while they may be over grown it really ads a bit of realizim in the sense of the "fog of war". Due to the over growth you have to play smart rather than just throw paint, you never know if the sounds in front or behind you are friend or foe.
Facility- Primative yet excellent. This is quintessential Midwestern Paintball at its finest. Staff built shelter, good shade, gravel parking, picknick tables for setting up and lounging. Self serve HPA yet they still provide CO2 facilities (a nice nod to the novice players with their first set ups)
Staff- Friendly, professional, and most important (SAFTEY ORIENTED!!) They actually require players to go through a short saftey orientation before you are allowed to play. This is for EVERYONE no one is allowed to be too experienced or too cool for school. The refs are sticklers for masks and barrel socks. Whoever drilled these people on premisis and vicarious liability should be commended. Not once when off the field did I have to think about random discharge.
NOTES: They do not allow the use of RAMPING, BURST, FULL AUTO. Just be aware of that. While I know for many that might be a detractor, in reality it evens the playing field. This great for new players who don't have to worry about being outclassed because they don't have a 17-25 bps monster to simply camp and rain.
Quick rap up: Great for woodsball players, old school paintballers, novices, and vets alike. If you label yourself as a tourney player or base a good portion of your game on fire superiorty this might not fit you as well. However it is great place to hone your sensory skills and also reconnect with what I feel is the roots of our sport.