This is the closest field to me, the other went out of buisness.
Finding the Field:
Its not never hard to find. Directions are easy to follow.
My first impression was a bit mixed. The benching area is a little cramped, only a few tables and chairs. The store they have is alright, it has everything you need.
I did not get a good response from them. If you are playing in a group, they obviously address the entire group so everyone knows the rules and how to play, and he is very clear as to what you are supposed to do. The man who works the store is not very nice though. I just got a bad vibe from him. They sometimes hire regular players to ref or anything like that, its kinda cool.
The underground field is ok. I have definitly played on better, and it is very dark so its hard to see what your doing sometimes. Everything is absoutly COVERED in paint, so even if you barely rub up against a door or something, you get a huge glob of paint on you. The field isnt really divided into "sections", it just flows from one to another. They have spools, palettes, etc. They have different game types, but arent very clear on what they are for the new players. Some of the game types are just dumb, one (I cant remember what it was called) is where you lay down on the floor (...?) and you get up and play. That was the game "type". Confusing.
The field is a unique type, not many underground fields. It is dark, they have lights, but they're not very good. The rentals they have are....well, rentals. They suck. Just like every other field's rentals. Prices are fair. The staff really didnt strike the right chords with me, but it may have just been me. They dont have a consesscion stand or anything, just a vending mahcine. It is an alright field. I would suggest taking an extra 30-45 minutes and going up to Penn State to play though. Much better experince and better fields.