436 and 17-92 directions on owner's web page are good.
1) I have been to various types of fields and have played various scenarios, and if you are a beginner, or a recreational player. Go here. If you are semi-pro or an impatient individual, pick another field, pick another sport.
2) Various ages, both boys and girls.
3) The lack of inflatables I personally thought was a positive. This gives the family an opportunity to play together.
4) Three fields for different style of play.
First and foremost...kids wipe on every field. This is a fact, get used to it. The refs don't get involved unless you call for them. This too is also another universal fact.
Rules: they too are universal, like every other field you just need to find the specifics.
I did note that families did play there together. I take my teenage son there and he has lots of fun with his dad. Refreshments are cold, shaded close parking, and what I would consider affordable.
Especially since I am not on a team, or get 'free paint and air', this was an affordable day. I found it affordable when I went with my son, less than 65. Today I went with a friend, and when my son wants to play there I'll load up the car again and we will return here.
Locally, there is every fast food within 5 minutes around the field, we drove thru the McD's across the street before we signed in. Bought the paint, air card, and field charge; then we were ready to roll.
Chrono'd my marker and went in.
At the end of the day, I was out of paint and air, painted and most of all...Happy!
Dad's take your son. Mom's take your daughter, sit back and watch, better yet get a rental, get in there and release some of that pent up road rage.