none in the area, mostly in my woods, and I play in Ohio where I go to college
I really really liked this field with a few exceptions. There are many areas of play and some great bunkers, field play, dense wood play, ravines, etc., just an all around great variety of terrain to play in. The refs aren't the greatest though, and paint checks are hard to get. They have a nice big area for between play rest and hanging out. CO2 is free, as it should be...which is about the only thing that is free there. The huge disadvantage about this place is its huge costs. Be prepared to spend a lot and I mean A LOT of money to play here. Other than that, this is a really great place.