Once you know its there, no problem, Gotta look for the brown Forestfire sign on the left side going north. I passed it twice the first time.
I've played at this field a few times now, basically because it's close by, less than 10 minutes away. Similar to most fields you'll come across, it's set up on the back property of a residence.
Parking - Get there early, and hope you don't get stuck/blocked in/dented. As this is a guys driveway, you'll find a very narrow driveway with the need to back up to let an incoming driver by, and cars parked in every free space of grass that's visible.
Tables/Player area - Basically a few wooden line spools flipped on their side for tables. Could use some more of them on busy days. Till then, get there early.
Staff - These guys are players and refs, and seem to be in their late teens. Friendly, no BS that I witnessed, stepping in to get "hit" players out safe. Field Safety strictly enforced - saw one kid forced to sit out for one round for Bonus Balling (lighting someone up). Only gripe was no bunkering. When playing "Alamo" where it's 10 vs 40 or so, the 10 being at the top of a small hill behind a small wall of logs, you have no choice but to fire point blank if you make up that close. At that range, possibility for injury is much higher. Not sure there is much that can be done, but I won't make the same mistake, that being I made it to the log wall, leaned over, and hesitated because there were players about 3 to 4 feet from me. I could have lit them up, but instead I got a face, neck, mouth, and side full of welts.
Shop - Found myself waiting at the side for air a couple of times for the guy to stop talking to someone at the front counter. But that aside, ask for it, and they'll do what they can. I forgot my wrench for adjustments and the lent me theirs.
Fields - While small compared to some like Dangerzone, the set isn't bad, but for the most part, it's very very open, and the "bunkers are little more than plywood leaning up against a tree. A bit more build up on bunkers and I think it'd be that much better.