Off the 101, Victoria Blvd. Go west, right on Gonzales, follow the signs to the paintball field.
I just played at Urban Quest yesterday. When I first arrived at the place, it didn't look like any other paintball parks that I've seen. Its TINY. Only 3 fields. I was one of the first people there so I actually thought about leaving since I didn't think anyone else was coming. I asked the guy running the cashier spot if people actually show up. lol He assured me there would be others showing up, so I stayed.
I thought the guy running the cashier spot was nice. He answered all my questions.
The urban quest paintball team were nice guys as well. I asked one of them to help me out with their "lingo" such as what they call certain spots on the airball field, e.g Dorito 1, cheese, carwash, etc. That was my first time playing on an airball field, and I had a lot of fun.
The other two fields were decent. One field had the huge truck tires, the other field, a mini village. Both were fun to play on.
The only gripe I have about the place is the kid referee. It was hilarious watching a 14-16 yr. old kid thinking he was the "boss." He really needs to work on his people skills. The fact that he had to "yell" at the adults was funny. If he continues with that bad attitude, I can definitely see this place getting horrible reviews, as I've seen on other sites. In addition, one guy asked if they have to chrono their guns. The kid said yes and that he's the one that chrono's the guns, but, in his exact words, "I don't feel like chrono'ng the guns today." What professionalism.
Overall, my experience at urban was great. If not for the kid referee, I'd say this place is excellent. Great weather, decent fields, lots of fun.