I have played at and visited other fields and have found none that compare.
Directions to the Field:
On the website.
Since finding the field's website in January '09 I had been wanting to get out to play at this place. A job transfer made the trip easier for me. My first experience at Battlefront was the '09 D-Day scenario that the good folks from 1st Strike hosted. What a game. The field was superb and met every expectation I had. I returned for their anniversary picnic (a non scenario day) and found a variety of games to play that beat the hell out of capture the flag games most fields feature. My next trip out was for the BT Big Game, followed by Ia Drang, Band of Brothers, Enemy at the Gates and Hatfields vs. McCoys. I have played at this field a mere six months and have met more honest dedicated paintballers in that short time frame than I have since discovering the sport 15 years ago. My mistake was letting the distance between me and the field keep me from exploring it earlier. Take the time to hit this field up. Plan for one of their major events, I'm sure you won't be disappointed. Several friends and family members now make a 5 hour trip just to play at this field's scenario games.
I have neglected to mention the staff at this place. They obviously have a passion to host paintball the way we've all wanted to play it. Two M35 trucks, a military ambulance, a crashed plane, log bridges, booby traps, air raid sirens, remnants of an old munitions factory that resemble a post apocalyptic town, tanks, sniper towers, forts, bunkers and a bunch of competitive yet friendly folks are what you can expect to find at this place on a regular basis. See you at the front.