well i havent played anywhere else because I am too far away from them all and I cant drive yet
well I like this place in ways but I also dont like this place all that well. they need to automatically let you play in the hyperball and speedball course like for the last half an hour. I have been here 17 times or more and I have never been able to play in a sppedball course yet. and i dont think I ever will. so if you are a person that is all for wooded play then you will like to play here. for the woods they have great places to play. its not an all out just shoot eachother u have an objective to do in 15 minutes and it is like at one area you have to raise your flag on the big pole. and hold it up there until the end of the game. another good thing about this place is the games only last for 15 minutes so if u get out easily because you like to charge then you dont have to sit out that long. I also like the castle its not a huge castle but it is pretty big. It two stories high and when you climb the open stairs (so you can be shot climbing the stairs so be careful) you have to raise your flag on the flag pole. that on is my favorite place to play at. they have old military jeeps that you can hide behind in some courses. You never start out in the same bunker or base. you always get to start somewhere new. the refs are okay they dont always come when you call for a paintcheck but they usually do. they dont always have enough air at the base down in the woods so you have to walk a long ways to get some air. somtimes its not even worth it. the price for air is dirt cheap its 2 dollars for anysize tank. The paint prices arnt all that bad from the places I hear about up in chicago. Its $80 for a case of paintballs at Chili that isnt all that bad when I heard it is $110 a case in oswego. I owuld go and try this place out. you never no if you will like it unless you try it.