Have not played in any other fields in area. Previously played at Michigan's Crossfire Creek, miscelanious fields, and friends' fields.
Directions to the Field:
Just outside Gate 10, hang a right, follow the road and the bend to the left and it should be off to the left near the top of the hill.
Definitely one of the better woodsball fields I have played at, and not even the largest. The staff was very friendly and safety oriented. Even in the hot summer days they made sure to make players take longer breaks in between games and they had free water. Can't say much about their rentals as I was always using my own Tippmann A5.
They have two woodsball fields with forts and walls everywhere, along with plenty of natural cover (dried out riverbeds, trees, etc). They had a speedball course as well. Now I'm not a speedballer, but I think I've got enough paintball experience to say it isn't really that great. But the two woodsball courses are nicely designed and well balanced for the most part. Definitely stop by this field if you get a chance.