The field entrance is off Chestnut road, approx one mile from the corner of Ewings Rd and Chestnut. The entrance should have a small sign at ground height. Recommend 4WD if it is wet!
Jason and his crew provided our group of professionals and their children a great experience! Head Hunters is closed during the winter months for week/weekend play but is open for parties if you call Jason. We were, for the most part, newbies. After handing in our waivers and a very brief safety talk, we were on our way. There is a great mix of woods ball, open field with barrels and two castles/forts. The leaves were off the trees when we played after Christmas, but I am itching to play when the spring roles around. The day is as cheap as you want it to be. If you would like to get trigger happy on your buddies, you can purchase a case (2000 count) of high grade paint balls for $40 off of them. They provided, filled and maintained the paint markers and face masks for us! The cost was $20+paint balls using their equipment. We brought our own beverages and snacks but a few people have posted that they may provide hot dogs, etc. If you are even remotely interested in trying the sport and are not sure if you will be good or it is safe, just go to Head Hunters and try it!