SC Village.. was a little more expensive, only went there once though.
Well locating the entrance into the base is a little difficult for a first timer. There are guards at the entrance who require you to let them see your car registration, and you have to tell them where you are going. Then finding the entrance onto the field is also a little difficult. The small dirt road is right around a bend, marked only by a small sign that says "paintball field." This can easily be overlooked. Then, if you do get onto the dirt road, you drive right in between all of the paintball fields, so there are stray paintballs which may hit your car. Also, there are always deep gaps in the road caused by the water flowing from the hills. So it's an adventure just to get to the park.
Once you get to the parking lot, there's plenty of space, and tables for you to lay your stuff on or to work on your guns. They have very strict goggle and barrel condom rules. So it's pretty safe to play there. They have a firing range which only has one chrono station, if you want to chrono yourself. But usually the refs have their own chrono with them that they take to the fields. The refs there are pretty cool, some might seem a little young, but they'll still be nice. The prices there are cheap for walk ons and private parties, as well as for CO2 and compressed air refills. The bathrooms there weren't all that good, they only had a couple port-a-potties, which smelled pretty bad, but I mean.. if you're a dedicated paintballer, you'll be able to take it. (Just hold your breath)
The fields at this place are awesome though, if you are a scenario player. Unfortunately they only have one speed ball course, which is pretty decent. But their scenario fields are really fun to play on. They aren't so big that games last forever, and they aren't so small that everyone gets out in the first couple minutes. Most of the fields provide pretty good brush cover, and others have houses and bunkers built within them.
So all in all, this would be a perfect field for people who enjoy playing wood-ball or for people who are on a tight budget. For speed-ballers not so much. But since I am a wood-ball player, I would give this field a 10 out of 10. All of the negative aspects are overcome by the positive attributes of Camp Pendleton.