I have played at many fields in ontario (canada) and northern mich.
Well to start off with, I don't think you will find a more helpful group of people anywhere. Anyone who works at the field or is a regular is always willing to help out anyone who is having a problem or is new to the sport. The fields, I think, are well made and maintained. The hyper-ball field has been re-done for this year, along with some newly added bunkers in the woods-ball field. On the first sunday of every month they have the sup-air set up as well. (open play is the first and third sunday of every month) It is also a field where you can feel safe bringing kids or players of any skill and experience level. Making sure everyone is safe while having fun is the top priority. The refs are fast to stop people from 'bunkering' the littler players and newbies to keep the experience fun for all. Some people have made mention that there is a lack of game types played on the woods-ball field, but I can say from years of experience playing here as well as being a Ref this year that the games are decided on by the players and not the Refs. If you would like to play a center flag game as an example, just mention it to the Ref's and they will ask if there are enough players willing to play that style of game. No matter what level player you are I believe you will enjoy a days play here. Oh and the prices are pretty good too, rental w/500 rounds = $35, or for owners 1000 rounds = $30 and 2000 rounds = $45. Your admission and air are included. On 'open play' days (1 & 3 sunday) you can bring your own paint and pay a $15 entry fee (includes air) but I think its just cheaper to but 2000 for $45 and that includes you admin and air. If you are thinking of trying a new field or would like to play for the first this is the place to go.