I started playing in this area in the mid 90's and those fields are no longer in operation.
This is a pretty good outfit. As far as I can tell the games are played once a month. When I played there were only six of us due to the game the previous night. We still had a good time though.
The field is a typical woodsball field with a nice diversity of wooded bunkers, open bunkers, and rolling topography. I estimate the field is around 3-5 acres. I think they expand the boundaries depending on the amount of players. Just a warning though, this is east Texas and like any wooded area in this part of the country there is poison ivy. I am extremely allergic to the evil plant and I managed to come away itch free. Just keep your eyes open.
There is no pro-shop, but I'm sure if you have any marker issues one of the veterans could help you out. Fills are something like $5 for all day. It may be less...I'm not sure. Oh yeah, I don't remember paying a field fee either. This may not allways be the case, but it was for us. Everyone there was extremely friendly and enjoyed themselves...no drama.
The only thing I could reccomend would be that field sell paint. If you want paint the only close place to get is Wal-Mart. So byo.