No fields close to this field, kind of a dry area...
I can't remember the date when I was there, thats just a guess.
Not a bad setup. Hard to find but the directions got us there. The price was unbeatable, $25 got us in, free air, and free Gatoraid. Paint was only $45 a case (which was the real incentive to drive hours to it). Staff was very friendly, even though the field didn't have an actual proshop, they had ample supplies for sale and at a very reasonable price. Refs were on the ball, rules were pretty straight forward, all in all, good place to play.
One thing that made it stand out in a positive light, they gave prizes away based of mission performance. My team was awarded most valuable team on the American side and for that we were given a certificate for 2 cases of paint and 8 free air fills at their proshop.
It is a little hard to find your first time there due to being located behind an old house. Overall though it is a nice little field for the price you pay to play. The refs are good and the crowd that is generally there are cool guys. The owner of the field is a great guy that is devoted to to the sport and gives you the best bang for your buck. My biggest gripe about the field is that it is a little small, it is about the size of a 3-man field where we generally had about 8 or so guys playing at a time.