Ok, So Forney is not too bad of a field, they have pretty good diversity in the field options, which to me is very nice, after all, who wants to tear up the same fields over and over again? Moving on tho, here are the Pros:
Not too bad on the price, $10 for all day air, $15.50. for park admission and w/e else they claim it's for. (so $25 for walk on players) As for rentals, the price varries on an insane level depending on how geared you want to get, check the site for all the packages they have.
Ok, the staff when I was there was so-so. The ref's tried there best to control the fields, but were only kids for god's sake... I swear the oldest ref that I saw all day must have been 16 years old, and IMO that could turn bad. After all, not all players can take the loss, like the occasional douche bags who don't understand what the definition of a "game" is. Also the Old guy there is kind of a hater, but I don't blame him, I would be too if I had to just fill air tanks all day. (you will know who I'm talking about if you go here.) The pro shop is pretty nice, and prices there are about average.
The location isn't too bad, but still a little out of the way. (at least for players a little North of the Dallas area.)
They do have a pretty good variety of fields here, which is always a + in my book, and most of the fields seem pretty balanced as far as advantages go (other than the "bridges" field which I thought seemed to lack good cover in a lot of spots... could have just been my lack of knowledge of the cover.) Oh and the Inflatable course was down when I went, due to some ass holes popping most of the course, but this wasn't really their fault, so I didn't take away points for that.
This is a good place because it is a popular place for players of all skill levels, They do have food there, so you don't have to travel for lunch or whatever, although there are some good fast food joints not too too far away. Players are friendly, above decent pro-shop, distance is a little far, but that all really depends on your location. Seems a little like the refs just want to get the games over with (as it has become just a job for them), and sometimes don't seem to be present for those close calls. Not too expensive, and you can bring your own paint (for walk ons only). Good variety in the fields so you don't have to be stuck on some course you hate. Overall, I think this is a good field, but lacks in a few areas that I thought a great field shouldn't.
Last edited on Tuesday, May 22nd, 2007 at 12:56 am PST