This field really is impressive. I've been playing every weekend for 3 months straight, and this field is very nice. The owner is out every Sunday making sure that everyone is having a good time. The refs are good, they are quite fair, and are doing the job of making sure everyone is having a good time, yet safe time. Some of the fields are huge, so sure, there will be times you won't see a ref. But if you call for a paintcheck, they are good about finding you or the guy you're calling it on.
One of the really good things I like is they are open to suggestion. I spoke to the owner and refs about a few things, and they were corrected by the next weekend, such as the layout of one of the fields. As far as the facilities go, they are much better than most around here. The bathrooms are good with sinks and mirrors, no A/C tho. The staging area is picnic tables with big shade canopies. The store is a big gooseneck trailer that they haul out and open the back that holds snacks, supplies, rentals, air fills, etc. Unlike most outdoor parks, these guys take credit / debit cards. Now I no longer have to search for an ATM before going out to play!
The only drawbacks to the park, there aren't any buildings / stores to go inside and get in some A/C for a little while to cool off from the hot Texas sun, but then again, not many parks do. Also, some of the walks can be a bit long, especially coming back from field 2 in the heat, an uphill 100 yard hike. But the furthest field is no more than 300 yards, unlike someone on here that said it was a mile. I've spoken with the owner, who is considering doing some sort of transportation from the staging area to the field entrances, which should get rid of this issue. So I'm happy that they've at least recognized their weaknesses and are looking to build up the park even better, not to mention they are constantly improving and adding fields to their land.
I personally rate this park as a 10, since it is not only fun, but it's safe, it has nice restrooms, nice staging area, and the fields themselves are built very well, and designed to be challenging. Congrats guys, great park!
Last edited on Monday, June 23rd, 2003 at 11:36 am PST