After just entering the sport full time, thanks to my son, it took us a few fields before we found our Home. Fox4 that is. After just 2 visits, we bought ourselves some yearly passes, we already knew this field kicked some serious A.
Not for the speedballer (you know, those who enjoy playing on those fields with those inflatable lucky charms, boring with a capital B) it's definitely for the rec ball player (those who enjoy thrill and serious strategy.) Who can't figure out your opponent is behind the blue diamond? But when you don't know there is someone behind all those trees and pines or just where are those shots coming from? Enough speedball bashin, we're here to rec ball praise the field of Fox4.
Fox4 has tons of acerage and is even going to be opening more. Over 20 acres I believe. The field has heavy wooded areas, nice themed areas, swamps, rock formations, hills, all sorts of various bunkers (man made and natural,) rock walls, the list goes on and on. You name it they got it. And they play many varities of games utilizing just certain areas of the field as well as all of it. The staff is professional, safety conscious, and all around great. They are definitely there to make for safe and fair play.
My only complaint would be the early ending time, and the way the day ends. They end every day with a game called Main Street. This is the only time those "lucky charm" players would like it the most as it's closely most like speedball. So speedballers might want to show up at around 2:30 for their action. With limited players this game is not too bad, but with huge masses, it's not all that fun.
If any of the staff of owners are reading, how about offering a different option in another area of the field for those who don't like the Main Street game.
If you are serious about rec ball and you haven't tried Fox4, they you are definitely missing out. If you are serious about rec ball try Fox4, cause you'll DEFINITELY be back for more. And more and more.