This would be the only professional like field that I have played on. I've played in an abandoned factory a few years ago, but can't truly compare the two.
Directions to the Field:
The directions are pretty straight foward. I did print out directions from mapquest, but truthfully just followed my boyfriend's gps..which worked perfectly. There are quite a bit of twisty back roads and the place is located pretty far out in the woods, which is kind of expected being that there's so much playing fields to choose from.
The rules and safety procedures are important to these people and I'm very glad they enforce them because people are less likely to get seriously injured and have more fun that way. It may seem like a lot of rules that will be a joy killer, but honestly it's a good thing they do that! The prices are pretty good and they let the players come back during the week, so I suggest going early in the week..so you have more days to come back and play. I only played in the indoor arena and if it's really snowy and cold outside, it's a great idea! Even though it's on the small side, it is a lot of fun. The best advice that I can give is that the more people you have the better. When I went with my friends, we had it four on four and that was just enough for it to be fun. I definitly know I will be going back in the Spring or Summer because the outdoor fields look very nice and adventurous! Have fun everybody!!