none yet... havent had the time to go any place else.
Hogans is a real nice place to play. The people who play there regularly are friendly and so are the employees. The rates are decent and the refs are good too. The Hyper Ball field has a good layout i think and so does the sup air field. The spool field was not that great and im glad they are getting rid of it. The woods feild is alright. Overall, Hogans is a good place to play and buy supplies.
Holgans has always been a fun place to go. Everytime i am there i basically have fun. They have 4 fields to choose from so it is never to crowded, but always enough people to play with. A good Air ball field, a good Hyper ball field, a good Spools ball field, and a cool woods ball field. Thier prices for entry are always affordable. It is something like 15-25 bucks. Though everytime i go they lower the prices for me to like 10 bucks, even though i dont know any of the people that work there personally.
The people that work their are some of the nicest, coolest people i have gotten to know. The field refs are pretty good also. And they sell some pretty darn good hotdogs in the afternoon if you get hungry. Aside from the fields and people that work there, the pro shop is VERY good. If there anything you need before and after your done playing, just go buy it at the shop, because they got everything there. Also if you markers breakdown, they will fix it for you and you will be playing in no time.
Hulgans is a very good place to go when you want to have fun. Affordable, Reliable, and like a said, fun. The only thing i can think of that is bad about Hulgans, is the bathroom. It ant pretty in there, so try to go before you play at Hulgans, trust me.
hogans is a pretty good field, although its the only one iv been to. its got a sup air field, hyperball field, woods field, and a spool field that they're converting. the fields are about 50-70 yards long, not terribly big. its pretty cheap tho, 15 bucks if you buy case there, 25 if you bring your own paint. the fields open from 9-3 on sundays and saturdays, all through the year. sometimes if conditions are bad enough they'll let you play for free. they've got a nice store inside too.