Safety: Pretty good with getting refs to cover games. Refs do check the standard things like barrel covers and the like. So this category is as expected for me.
Fields: There is a speedball field but most everything is woods ball. Wished they spent more time re-inflating the bunkers. I played on I believe three woodsball fields which were all pretty good. There's an incline on most the fields and you do notice the pull of gravity while playing. The castle field has this "feature" as well if you are the attackers.
Hours of operation: I think they close at 5pm on a Saturday. I'm lacking in this area of information.
Prices: A buddy of mine had coupons for this place so that day worked out real well for me in terms of cost.
Rules: They allowed full auto/ramping on the field.
Services/Proshop: No proshop noticed. Some knowledgeable staff and there may have been a gunsmith.
Staff: Friendly and helpful.
Refs: They were good. Only had an issue with allowing full auto with Ego's in a mixed group of people with rentals and non-Ego markers.
Players: Mixed crowd of first timers and experienced players.
Facilities: Typical outdoor field with porto potties. They use only HPA so no CO2 for those who only use that. You fill yourself (3000 and 4500 psi stations).
Food: There is a food shop with sandwiches and pizza.
Overall I would give this place a 7.0 - 7.5. The speedball field was soggy but you can't blame them on it raining. But it was very muddy in many spots on the field where there were patches in the artificial turf. They could use a bit of grooming of the outdoor field but no necessary. Mentioning this because it was brought up and figured it would be a concern for others. I didn't quite like the fact that you had full auto/ramping allowed on the field where newer players and players who don't have the expensive gear share the field. Staff was nice which is a big plus.