I arrived with about 10 people, and being a newb I had to rent. The Pro/Carbine and mask were average as expected. The person filling the air did so very quickly. However the shop area was a bit cramped and crowded. Once we got outside our referee Wes made us chrono at under 280. Then we were given the safety talk. Our ref looked to be no older than 14 but was quite efficient, fair and helpful, giving us tips on equipment as well as tactics, and enforcing the rules by making someone sit out a round for not having his barrel plug in while in the safe zone. On some rounds we had a second ref as well.
Having a small group we only played one game of woodsball on a field called "The Big H". It was very well designed with mounds of dirt all around, and a bridge over water in the middle. Unfortunately I got out within the first minute of the round, but it was still a cool field. The rest of the time we played speedball. These games were quick and fun. It being such a windy day some of the bunkers and stuff were blowing over so we couldn't play some fields lest we be crushed while hiding.
The setup of the facility was nice, with the target range, main resting area, and shop close to each other. Mesh screens protected spectators.
The only slight trouble we had was when we were getting ready to leave. Someone accidentally returned my friend's own mask instead of a rental, and the guy was giving us a real hard time about giving it back, even though he knew he had it. He was even ready to fight my friend's uncle. Luckily a nice guy with a mustache who had helped me out earlier, stepped in. It was worth it, for as we were driving out of the place we saw that guy drive his truck into a ditch and get stuck. :)
Overall it was a great paintball experience. Not the best location, kinda in the middle of nowhere, but living in New York City any paintball trip is gonna be a nice drive. Next time I go, I'll hopefully have more people and get to play all the bigger fields.