I love this field. The people there are friendly and fun to play with. I've been there 5 times. Everytime I went it was an enjoyable experience. There generally big crowds. They are open Saturdays and Sundays 8-4. Now they are starting only hyperball on Wednesday, Friday, and Saturday nights from 5-11.
About the fields. Well Nfinite has a nice number of fields.
-My favorite is probably Spools, which is a field with big spools. There is a little hill on the northwest side. They play it as an elimination game and these days it is pretty quick -paced.
- They have Hyperball which I am a big fan of because it's pretty much a competition paintball arena. There are many cool features such as inflatables and very large plastic pipes. Another cool part is you may watch from the sides because it is close to the break area.
- Ravine is the field that is pretty-much field ball to the max and it has a very (I mean very) large ravine. Usually its played with center flag but sometimes they play attack and defend. It has two big hills both with huts at the top where you would need to take to the enemy's base once you have the flag. Also there is a little house in the middle of the field that has an satellite dish. Fun for field ball.
- The Village is a nice field but the hike up is almost not worth it in hot weather. It is set-up with a village on top of the hill with a surrounding boundary lower on the field. It is an attack and defend field. The games are usually 15 minutes and after 10 minutes the defending team may leave the village if wanted.
- The final field isn't much of a field since most of the bunkers were taken to make hyperball. It is called evil and it used to be an ok field. Now it is a very sad looking field with few wood bunkers. It is elimination and was fun before the bunkers were taken away.
So overall, I love the field and will probably play only here.