This is one of the few remaining "outlaw" style fields left in South Florida. Since there is so little land that has not been built on for any number of reasons, these types of fields are getting more and more scarce. I have not been there since Hurricane Wilma went through and the other reviews will give better information about that aspect of the field. In tha past they had carpet bunkers, which were quite nasty, and had started to place plywood, pallets, and assorted water/liquid storage tanks out in the field to be used as permanent bunkers. There were a lot of trees, but I am sure that Wilma has really messed them up, so.... like I said, see the other reviews.
The field is cheap to go to. As long as you can supply yourself, it is the cheapest place to play. BYOP and equipment is the rule.
Its walk on style play, so you can play with your friends or against them. A "sponsored" team had started to play there near the last time I went, and they would both play together and split up for fairness.
The worst things about this place are the number of people who think that it is okay to cheat there, and the argumentative kids. Many people do it, and its not just the kids. Many of the old carpet bunkers were so isolated that people could wipe multiple hits without attracting any attention. On several occassions I have had people tell me to wipe a hit as I started to walk out. I have personally witnessed serveral people get hit and disappear only to have the hit area clean, and have watched my own team wipe hits from behind cover. The kids just think its cool to argue about everything... especially wiping, even though many of the loud ones wipe themselves.
Bring drinks, water, food, etc, and expect to get mosquito bit in the summer and possibly in the evenings.
BTW, I am a cop, but I am not the guy who used to play there and sell stuff from his vehicle, so don't ask! :)