Just print out the map from the website, very self explanatory.
Hours are flexible - until dark so more play time during summer i suppose. price are good, BYOP fee is cheap 5 bux. all day air is 10 bux. very-very reasonable. The field is huge, you have to walk maybe half a mile to the fort area from the staging area. Lots of variable fields available for play. Lots of rec players and mixed skill level.
Well, came there by myself, sign up, the cashier didn't give me a wristband until i ask her. I don't know if they put this much trust on their customer but i just don;t wanna be hassled when i go to get my air fill. I was at a table with 2 other guys and decided to stick with them and the ref joined us with another group. Lots of play time, waiting between games was brief.
**The ref divided me and the 2 guys to make it fair and he did a good job to make sure it's fair.
** Safety was enforced, chrono before game, masks on the field, etc.
****The most fun I had because the ref actually took us to play multiple fields ( i go to TKPB since it's 2 minutes away and basically u go there to speedball.) But here you can play a lot of different games
** the ref wasn;t too invilved in the game. kinda just watched from the sideline. He did make pretty good calls and can supervise from there but on capture the fort game, i slid into the fort, tapped the fort to ensure my victory but he didn't know until everyone in the castle lit me up. We won, painfully.
All in all i would go back again but distance is really bad for me. I live in Katy. But it was worth the drive. I would definitely come back though. gave it a 9 since I love the fields, made new friends, and had lots of fun.