Directions are available on Warzone's website: www.warzoneri.com
It's been said many many times before: Warzone is AMAZING. I first played here last year, and I was immediately impressed with all the staff. Nick and his crew are the best in the business. Everyone is super friendly and helpful, and they're always happy to answer your questions.
The staging area is very barebones, but it works perfectly. There's no main structure or anything, just a little hut where you can get rentals, air fills, and paint. There are wire spools that function as tables for your gear, and the chrono/target range is very obvious. Prices are VERY good, with admission and air only costing $20 for a full day, and rentals costing $35. That in itself is an amazing deal, as it gets you admission, rental gear, and 500 paintballs. Paint prices are great too. A bag only costs $15, and though the website lists the price of a case at $55, it's actually $45. It's great quality paint too. The first two times I went it was WPN Weapons Grade paint, but the most recent time I went it was XO Spectrum (I think. Can't remember exactly.) The field is BYOP, which is extremely helpful if you have some paint left over from your last outing. Lunch is either pizza ordered from a local place, or burgers and dogs grilled onsite by Nick himself.
I've never seen a field treat newbies as great as Warzone has. They really want to give people a great impression about the sport of paintball. It's never 10 newbies with rentals versus 10 players with high end guns that just butcher them in a second. Games are always a fair split between the experienced people and the newcomers.
The playing fields themselves are terrific. The speedball field is just a bunch of pallets, spools, and plywood bunkers, but you know what? It's a ton of fun. Games are intense, tons of fun, and I always enjoy speedball inbetween big woodsball games. The woodsball field is absolutely massive. There are several paths that sort of divide the field up, so that smaller areas (such as Hill Fort, Fort Gerbil, the Castle, and Vietnam to name a few areas) can be used for faster games. The forts themselves are made up from barrels, plywood, and the like, but are lots of fun. There's fallen trees, large trees, rocks, etc., all of which can serve as cover. The Castle is awesome for Attack and Defend games.
The refs are great. They get games going fairly quickly, be it on the speedball field or the absolutely massive woodsball field. Attack and Defend games are quite common, with the variant of "Shoot The Pumpkin" (No prizes for guessing what that is) coming up every so often. Capture The Flag is fun, but occasionally breaks down into the teams just camping their forts. I blame the players for that, not the refs.
Overall, Warzone is quite possibly one of the best fields for anyone to play at. Prices are great, people are awesome, and the overall experience is terrific. I always bring my friends here when I want to introduce them to a sport, and never once have they left unsatisfied. Nick, you've done a hell of a job, and have earned many a loyal customer through the awesome experience that is Warzone.