The outdoor field is, to say the least, AWESOME, they have a sweet hyperball field, ultimate and sup airball fields, 2 speedball fields, a castle field, and a trenches field. they also have a woods field but summer of 2003 they are knocking down all the trees to make room for more airball and hyperball. they are most likely going to make another woods field for all of the newbies. right now they lease the land so they have all of the equipment on a big truck that they keep out at the indoor field, but they are considering putting in a trailer or some kind of building. parking is kind of tough but there has been talk about a parking loot being put in soon. paint prices are kind of steep but without that where would they make their money? but for $110 you can get a yearly pass and the paint is only 80 a case. they generally use rpshearer paintballs. also, with a yearly pass you get in for free, but if you need to rent a gun, you will have to have money for that.
the indoor field is expanding as well, right now they have an airball field and a 2 floor "village" field (barrels, houses, catwalk, etc.) the owner said something about taking the "village" field down and putting in another airball field. (making 2 decent sized ones) staging area is very nice: room for about 125-150, pop machines, drinking fountain, and a window to watch the games. you can also order pizza, wings, Stromboli's, etc. from a nearby pizza place (they deliver right to the field)
everything is expanding, it's great how it is but it is going to get better and better in the next year. my friend told me that punisher's paintball might put a proshop into the indoor field.
open game is sundays 8-12 you can schedule private games any day of the week, staff is great (and fair), you can watch the All Americans practice there, get some tips, learn some moves. if you are in the area, and enjoy, or are interested in paintball i strongly encourage that you stop by its a great time.