I have yet to play at any fields around Morgantown WV other than Greene County. That's partly because there are no other fields as close, and also because the service and play at Greene County is above and beyond.
Greene County Paintball is an amazing. This is in part because of the people running the field and their wanting to make your experience the best ever, and the fact that they try to fun a professional field that has something for everyone.
Greene County has 2 speed ball courses, and 2 wooded courses. These are all top notch courses and make for multiple types of games. The people running the field are always trying to make your experience the best it ever has been. They are very accommodating and will work with you on any matter to come up.
If you are looking for a field to play at on a regular basis, or even just the occasional weekend, I can think of no better field that I would rather go to. They always run everything very professionally and make the experience great every time. I highly recommend this field if you attend WVU or live in the surrounding area.
We have a speed ball course in my back yard, and a wood course.
The guys there are really cool. I was just in a tournament there it was $65 we won first place and won $300 (3 man teams). There is another tournament May 05 of next year. They change the course every week. They have many other courses, a crate course, tubes and many wood course. The best course is bunker hill if u go there i suggest asking them to take you to bunker hill. If you are in the area or live near Waynesburg then stop by, worth your while.
Urban Assault / Private owned speed ball and scenario fields
Greene County Paintball is a 5 course field just south of pittsburgh All of the fields are well maintained with the exception of one unpopular "scenario" modeled course. Traffic to the field is fairly light, a few teams practice there. Paint is steep in general, but not for a field. A case of 2000 goes for around $70. The staff at the field is knowledgeable, friendly and have no problems shaking up games or moving obstacles around to make it interesting. Everytime I've been there, the air ball field has been in a different configuration. The refs are fair and extremely on the ball, some may feel they are taking their jobs a bit too seriously (i think it's a good thing). If there's a short coming for this field it would have to be it's lack of traffic. With the exceptions of the teams that practice there, and the occasional stragglers, there arent many new faces.
On the major plus side, if your a pb'er, your sick of all the outlandish prices at other fields and just want to play on a well maintained, professionally ref'd course, haul balls down to Waynesburg PA.
I recommend calling to make sure someone is actually going to be playing when you decide to come down tho.