Cousins Paintball In coram- Semi-decent field. However, fields were small and without variety.
All other fields I've played at are indoors, so comparison to them is a moot point.
Directions to the Field:
Unknown: all I know is that it's at the top of a mountain. Check out Google maps or a GPS if you're driving there.
A note to those bringing a personal vehicle: don't bring anything fancy up this thing. You have to go up a pretty rickety, non-paved gravel/dirt road to get to Liberty Paintball, and your ride WILL get dirty, fast.
I went up here with large group from my college recently, and the following is my experience. I'll break it down into Fields, Facilities, Staff, Prices, and Services (Food/Paint/pro-shop)
Fields: the fields I played on were excellent. Great variety, good layouts, and very conducive to fever-pitched, story-worthy firefights. It should be noted to those playing on the brush field, however, that there's some kind of farm next to it. The local wildlife, it would seem, have the keys to this field. Beware of unusually large animal droppings when diving for cover. Full marks. +2
Facilities: Anyone used to typical outdoor/indoor bathroom facilities, be prepared for a pleasant surprise. This place has a large, heated, indoor staging area, complete with some kind of granite tiled bathrooms with indoor plumbing, CLEAN stalls, soap, and air dryers/paper towels. In short, you would find these at a tourist visitors center in a major city. Just awesome. +2
Staff: Here's a bit of a falling point. Though the refs were nice and informative, they did a terrible job of reffing the actual games. We unfortunately had some rather unscrupulous wiping characters along for the ride. A point for decency, but that's it. +1
Prices: Paint is 70 a case, admission is 25 if you have your own gear, with all day air included. 7 bucks for BT paint grenades. Compared to most fields I've seen, this is a bargain, for the paint especially. +2
Services: Another reviewer said beware the food, and I'll support this. Though I've eaten far worse, I'd advise anyone with a sensitive palette/stomach to avoid their hamburgers and hot dogs. The paint was pretty good (it's their own custom ball), insofar as it shot straight, broke on target, and never broke in my gun. Their proshop is pretty limited; my pistol needed a ball detent of the kind found on tippmann 98's, and they didn't have it. Since this is a pretty basic spare part, I'd say don't rely on them for any kind of repair. They do stock some basic packs, JT masks, and BT paint grenades. Lastly, they have a pretty simple do-your-own air fills. There was never a line for these, as they had at least three fill stations open. Food aside, their services are pretty good. +2
Bottom line: Liberty paintball is a great field, so long as you go in a private party. I can't imagine what walk on play would be like with the quality of the refs. Their indoor plumbed bathrooms are a heck of a treat, and their services and fields are awesome. Go with a private group with experienced, honest players, and you're guaranteed to have a good time.