Crazy Dave's Paintball. Crazy Dave's had little to no woodsball, they are more speedball oriented.
Battlefront has a great field with a war torn town, great props, and a GREAT group of players that are friendly and VERY helpful.
They have an onsite proshop which is very difficult to contact before game day, and on the gameday (BT World Event) that I was there they did not open until after the first game of the day. This is dissapointing since i had planned on buying a squeegie before play and was unable to. Luckily i was able to buy an extra from another player.
The registration employees were not very talkative, but they were friendly.
I would play at Battlefront again, but next time i would take my own table since they had none and i would make sure that i had everything i needed before i went since the pro shop is unreliable.
Field rating is a medium between the pro shop which gets a 3 ( for lack of reliability) and the field itself which gets a 9 ( It would be a 10 if there were tables to use.)
The review is supposed to be a review of the field. Your comments about the pro-shop are appreciated, but the pro-shop is a separate company and shouldn't effect the fields rating.
There are picnic tables inside the 'Snack Shack' which was open the entire night before the game as well as the day of. There are also a number of large benches that get moved around as used by players as tables wherever they please. If you need a table at your car, you should probably bring one with you, regardless of the field you go to.
I include the pro shop as part of the field since it is on-site. I was there for the BT World Game and they did not open until after the first round of the game. If a field has a pro shop on-site, it should be open when the field is, especially during the large scenario games.