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MahNameMate Saturday, December 27th, 2003
Period of
Field Use:
1 year
Last There: N/A
2 years
Other Fields
in the Area:
Camp Pendelton
Review: Well the guy below doesnt even count as a review............

This Park has just survived the Paradise Wild Fires, and still has some damage done to them (they lost 16 field, but have 10 rebuilt) Alot of the fields are pretty good. Foxholes brings alot of tournments to the park, and trenches is a good field for players who like to play a different sort of game. The refs there are really chill, the only problem with them is sometimes the time between games might be 10mins. There is this Really cool ref there. His name is Alex and he's British. He's soo cool, chill and listening to him is a great laugh. The field paint has really dropped in price and the lunch is great, subway, or rice bowls. The New Air ball course is really awesome but could be better if it was bigger. The fields are overall very good, just minor adjustments could be made to make the whole park better. I rate this field with a 9, the only improvmetns could be minor things.

Review Comments
zalzal010 Sunday, January 4th, 2004 | 1:11 am PST

I have a feeling paul would want me to say that.

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