I arrived there, there was about 10 or 15 people on a Saturday. Everyone was friendly, there was no shop, but the person that runs it has pretty much the little things you need in his trailer. I played there in the summer several times but was getting disappointed because we never played in the woods .I like speed ball and hyper but I like to change it up also. Hyper Ball field was great it's all dirt and dust. Speed Ball was a little more like a woods game , the draw back to this field is that it's inclined about 30 degrees .Something i thought was great was that there's a tower you or your visitors can view speedball games from above. Overall it was alright, would like to see more invested into the fields.Several things i didn't like: There's no food or water ,so if you get hit in the goggles or need some water you can forget about it unless you bring it yourself . They open at 12 on both days.Last thing is that there was too much time between games ( you know it's been too long when players start yelling for referees).
Last edited on Thursday, February 26th, 2004 at 4:39 am PST
There are snacks and plenty of water to clean up you goggles. There is a Micky D's,subway,wendy's and taco bell right up the road if you want a meal. The road is not at all bad. We play where the majority wants to play and that mostly speedball/hyperball