This field is great in many ways. First, there's ample parking everywhere and parking is next to everything (Staging, shop, and entrance to field). The field....
The field is made of a main section made of large stumps, high-dirt mounds, stacked empty spools, a brokend down car, and my favorite, the fort. Upon entering the field, you'll see the speed-ball oriented field. But go further down into the woods and you have a great woods ball area also.
I'd say the area is somewhere close to 2.5-3 acres (1 field only). The fort, which was a highlight for the field (to me at least) has a center tower that looks over the fort walls. With the tower you can provide massive cover fire and direct your team of other players and moves. It's also a good challenge for the opposing team to take over.
Get two gunners up there with R/Ts (no full-auto), and you will hold the opposing team down. But then there's the woods next to the fort, which provides the opposing team excellent flanking abilities....
The woods section is as big as the main open area. This provides a longer alternate route to the other team's bell (base). The woods is very playable and provides good cover with open areas to get in shootouts.
The place was understaffed. I'd say about 3-4 refs for the whole place, which could have used 6 easily. The shop is excellent though. People running it looked very knowledgeable and they have a lot of parts you can get. Chronograph is at 285-295 and is checked every other 3-4 games (which is reasonable).
My complaint would be the rotation of games. There's a 15-20 minute gap between games, way too long. The ref's seem to be a little unorganized too. Ref's age is 16-18?