All I really know about is Velocity, down in Ramona, and Camp Pendelton (or however you spell it.)
Directions to the Field:
It's hard to miss the entrance because it is hidden behind a large wall, just go slow in that area and be prepared to turn quickly.
Prices: Well, the entrance fee is around $20, if you don't come self-equipped. That includes free air, and CO2 all day except for lunch, which they don't fill the tanks anyways. Paint starts at $45 bucks on the field (but more on the paint later.) The whole list to their prices is on their site, just look it up on Google or something.
Paint: I would highly suggest that you do NOT buy paint from Mr. Paintball, wether it be the store or field. The $45 paint is older than dirt, and can make your day quite miserable. After playing for a while, my Empire Reloader B was just a paint blender. I had to completely tear it apart in order to clean it fully. And the sad thing was, I wasn't the only person having these problems! A good 5 people already sent in paint 2-3 times before me. And when I went to replace the balls, he had no other cheap paint, so I had to get the next grade up. The owner would't give me te next grade unless I payed another $5 (I had only 1500 then), and he only gave me 1000! So I would recommend getting paint at Gogged Paintball on Valley Parkway, if you are heading toward the field, it's on the right.
Refs: While they are a bit slow between games, they do get the games done. I play Intermediate, so we usually play on their Tournament style field and this one with Spools on it. They used to have a field with Air bunkers on it, but they never filled them enough, so I don't think it's used anymore.
Safety: I have never seen anyone get injured while I was there, and I have played on their potentially dangerous fields. Although, there are places that could possibly be fixed so this stays true.
Fields: There are (or have been) an assortment of fields to play on Mr. Paintball USA. For the scenario players, they have about 4-5 fields set up (or they did when I was only a newbie), and a good 3 fields for the tourny style players. It does get stale for the tourny players, but you can't lose interest while playing 5 v 5 rather than 20 v 20 o nthe same field. :)
I rated this field an 8 mostly because of the slow down times, (and long ass lunch break) and because of the crappy paint. But that doesn't stop me from going!
P.S. Forgot to mention, I don't remember the last time I went, so the date is off.
Last edited on Thursday, July 13th, 2006 at 1:51 pm PST