Extreme PB,travis AFB&modesto,s.c. village,combat zone ,APG,davis,Fury,PB zone waterford,splat zone,hoskings pb
Directions to the Field:
Google it a few times it may change directions a few times took us an hour and a half to get there and 3 to get home so much for a quicker route.
Play starts around 9:30 or so,plenty of staging and parking room.
The bathrooms are porta pottie's and they are clean.
The shop had paint and air was a building with a counter,I don't know what they had parts wise because I had no need for any repairs.
I think the total for me for a day with entry and air was $25.00.
The staff was helpful and accessable.
The reffing was top notch because players were very honest and there was no issues.
Bring food and drinks theres a burgerking and gas station down the road if you must.
Bring extra paint onto the fields you will be playing 2 games before heading back.
Play was very nice the field has changed allot in the past years from when we played there at a number of TAW scenario games.There is no air bunkers,the 2 speedball type fields are what I would call lego fields and laid out well and are sturdy.
Watch your step out here there are rocks,look before you dive and slid.
The fields out in the hills are big but not to big you will have to work for eliminations.
They have been built up and offer lots more cover than trees and a few buildings.Once again look before you leap there are steep hills .
I think this is a great field and it deserves your attention I know i will return with more players.I am hoping that the staff will work with a scenario company and bring in an event this field is perfect for one !!!
Last edited on Tuesday, December 22nd, 2009 at 12:27 pm PST
I had been here two years ago with some buddies from work and i had a great time. Now that both of my boys are old enough to play this was the first place i wanted to bring them to. We had an awesome time, wifey even played a couple of games.
Price-Very resonable, $15 if you have your own gear. Filling your CO2 tank is cheap as well. $40 to rent their gear and free refills on co2 air.
Staff- Very Friendly, the best
Refs- From the moment we got there they mad sure they the other guys went easy on them. They even took the time to give my kids pointers on how to play better.
Very Family Oriented. We will be making a trip at least once a month
Action Paintball Games (down the street; A good field with good staff no matter what anyone else says)
Capitol Edge (Speedball only, 15 minutes away)
Directions to the Field:
Jackson Highway east, past Rancho Murieta there will be a small sign just past "Ione Road" (which is where Action Paintball Games is) on the left on a hill. That is where they are.
THE STAFF/REFS: The staff are friendly and helpful. They will help you with problems and give you advice. Some people from my dad's work are getting laid off and my dad is trying to organize a big outing here. The owner has been kind is trying really hard to work something out with my dad.
FIELDS: 4 main fields; Ravine, Village, Maze, Medieval. Ravine has two hills; one to the south and one to the north. The flag stations are on the other side of the "ravine". Village is what it is; a village! There are walls and houses barrels. They mainly play center flag here. Maze is full of small hills and bushes. If you aren't careful, you will run right into the enemy! Medieval has three hills; one to the north, one to the south, and one to the east. There are spools and plenty of cover in the valley. all of the fields are very fun and there is plenty of cover
SAFETY: Standard safety. Mask on at all times outside of the parking lot. Barrel covers on at all times except when you are actually playing. NO BARREL PLUGS ALLOWED. ONLY COVERS/CONDOMS!
PRICES: $15 field entry. $10 all day air. CO2 differs per tank size. Rental package is $40 and includes a marker, all day air, field entry, pods, mask, and 500 paintballs
PLAYERS: Some are really nice and helpful, but there is the occasional bonehead (then again, what paintball field doesn't have the occasional bonehead?).
SUMMARY of what I'll be saying:
-The STAFF was awesome! They have mostly hyperball and woodsball fields of varying sizes, all well balanced on both sides. Good rentals w/ hpa tanks. Cheap admission. I strongly recommend this field! If you're looking for hyperball/woodsball, this field is a 10/10
PAINTBALLERS WHO SHOULD COME:
-You should definately visit this park if you're: into woodsball/hyperball
-You should stay away from this field if you're looking primarily for: speedball
PAINTBALLERS WHO WERE THERE:
-the guys I spoke with were very nice. Some came up to us after the game to talk about what went down on the field and talk over the situations.
-I asked one guy about his mask lens and him and his buddy were very nice and willing to help out with some information
-one guy in the deadbox helped us out and went over all the bunker terms with us to help us out
-overall: the paintballers there were very nice and helpful, which makes for a very fun time!
-families welcome, good mix of player ages (young, teenage, and adult), saw many father/son combos out there as well.
-first let me say that there are two major things that will keep me away from a field, staff and the quality of the fields themselves. If the fields suck or the staff is negative I'll avoid the place. So the staff was under my watchful eyes, and they passed the test, they were awesome!
-I called the field on a Thur. to find out if they rent HPA tanks separately and the owner (I think) called me back the next day to confirm that they do. He also said that my group is more than welcome to hang out after most people leave and use their fields to play w/o refs if we want. His offer extended until 4:30 or even 5:00pm! He offered this without me saying anything, which was cool.
-The owner was constantly strolling the waiting area talking to the paintballers and checking to make sure everyone was having a good time. He always had a smile on his face and was extremely positive. He said he's really big into making sure his staff is nice and helpful. According to him, he really wanted to lose that negative connotation that Paintball Sams (this field use to be "Paintball Sams", different ownership) had. I guess their guys were always pissy and rude. Mission accomplished, the staff at Infinate Edge was outstanding!
-these were teenage kids, about 17 y/o I'd estimate.
-cool, focused on safety and fair play (which is their job!)
-gave at least 2 pre-game speeches about the importance of keeping your mask on at all times
-very strict on masks and barrel sleeves being used properly and worn when required
-threatened to send people to the waiting area and being forced to skip games if they removed their mask, even for a second to clean their goggles or sneeze or whatever... (to my knowledge no one was sent off). They did this b/c some people weren't respecting the rules, which is understandable.
-did a good job of dividing the teams as evenly as possible, and tried to keep groups together. Our group had 5 people in it and we never got split up.
-as said above, the staff was very focused on player safety, which included masks and barrel sleeves.
-I overheard the staff telling people many times to put their barrel plugs on while in the waiting area, so they WERE watching and paying close attention.
-CHRONO: Our group got there about 9:30am and there was no formal chrono going on before you walked on a game. People chron'd themselves and I can't complain about the balls I was hit with. Some left some good welts but that's paintball, none broke the skin, and I was wearing VERY thin clothing, thin shorts and jersey with nothing underneath. I guess the chrono is pretty much "honor system": Take care to be as close to 250 as possible and let's take care of each other out there.
-I can't speak for their performance b/c I didn't rent.
-info on their website, but their package is $40
-I know they can rent equipment out separately b/c all I needed was an HPA tank, which they rented to me for $15, including all day fills.
-all day fills for HPA/CO2 $10
-they sell 2000 for $40
-my brother bought them and he only had one break all day!
-Ready for hills??? Hope so. All the courses are on hills, except for the lego field. This could be good or bad, depending on your cardio. I will say this, any course can be exhausting or comfortable, depending on your activity...
-they had, to my knowledge: 1 hyperball, 1 woodsball, 1 village, 1 legofield, I think they had one speedball (I was too exhausted by the time they called out to play, so I'm not sure, they didn't call for walk-ons for speedball until around 3pm).
-good mix of courses and layouts. They had a little bit of everything, which I like.
-sides of the courses were well balanced.
IN BETWEEN GAMES (legofield):
-if you feel like it, they had an awesome lego field, which is set on level ground, right next to the waiting area. Just let the staff know you're bringing a group in the field and you can set up your own game whenever you want!! No refs necessary. We got to the park a tad late for the first game so our group played a little 3 vs. 2 game and it was awesome! It's a small course, about the size of a speedball course, maybe a tad bigger, with tons of bunkers, very fun for a quick game! and it's super close to the waiting area so you can run a pick up game on the fly, while you're waiting for them to call for walk-ons.
Last edited on Wednesday, May 20th, 2009 at 10:34 am PST
Fields I've been to:
Bay Area Paintball is a small warehouse and only has airball.
Paintball Jungle has airball, speedball and scenario but is not as big as inFinite and has less airball fields.
NorCal paintball has the most airball and speedball then all, but has no scenario thus is a lot small than InFinite and Jungle.
I live in the Bay Area, but on my way to Tahoe I stopped at this field to try it out. I scoped out the field friday the day before regular hours and found the manager was setting up for the next days games. He opened the place up and let me take a tour around and I left. The next day I came early and found that the place had already 25+ people ready to play.
They are BYOP, but they have paint at $40 a box. Admission is very reasonable at $15 and all day air is $10. Though I did not have to rent anything they had some great cockers to rent. They also have a pro shop with some very knowledgeable people, who helped me fix that small o-ring in my tank and by the way the manager is a cocker genius. Parking was plentiful but there are only a few places with shade and it gets HOT so get there early.
Safety was their number one priority, we got the normal group safety orientation and before entering any field there was always someone waiting to check if your mask was on and on the way out if your condom was on. They had this weird plug rule because of their insurance barrel condoms can only be used on the field and if you don't have them they sell them for $2-3 dollars.
They have SO much land it's pretty crazy, but this allows for some really fun paintball. Though games can be long and the wait between them are normally fairly short. They have two woody fields with an open area with bunkers in the middle. There's a huge field on the side of a hill filled with bunkers and a fort on the top of the hill. It was was the most enjoyable field I've ever played on. Lastly there are a couple airball fields and two speed ball fields that I unfortunately didn't try out since no one wanted to play.
Overall this is the best field I've been to from the others I've tried. You get a lot of bang for your buck (pun intended), there are a lot of different types of fields, the place is huge and is very safe.
My only drawbacks would be it gets hot 90-ish and its really far away from the bay area or anything else.
This field is a 9/10.
Last edited on Saturday, June 26th, 2010 at 7:14 pm PST
I've played at Davis Paintball and my experience there was a little less than stellar. The games imo were a little unorganized and refereed by young teens who started games but not enforce people out when they were shot. There was a physical altercation which was brewing for at least half of the day, they did quickly intervene but by that time the day was pretty much a-wash. That is why I sought out another venue for paintballing and found NFINITE EDGE PAINTBALL PARK.
NFINITE EDGE PAINTBALL PARK is a well managed paintball park and the staff there is very friendly and helpful. The staff and owner is the epidimy of customer service. They supervise players and enforce rules and actually referee the games. They are expanding different sections of the park making for a more broad experience of play. Also, the people playing paintball seem to be a whole lot friendlier and this park is also good for the inexperienced player. It's more family oriented and I very much enjoyed my experience and will be returning in the near future! I definiately RECOMMEND Nfinite Edge Paintball Park hands down!
Oh and P.S.: Women play free on Sundays which make this an excellent value for the family.
I really wanted to rate the field a 10 and on it's current condition it is a 10 but the field is being expanded and improved so therefore, I'm leaving room to give it a future Excellent rating of 10 :)
Last edited on Sunday, September 28th, 2008 at 5:56 pm PST
Action Paintball- way more fields but not nearly as cool a set up
Capitol edge- Unmatched in speed ball
The first thing i will say for Nfinite is it has some of the coolest setups ive seen in the sacramento area. Their hyperball course was awsome and their airball was pretty good too. The day i came out to the field they were doing a school fundraiser so their was a nice mix of begginer and experienced players enough that it was easy to find someone in your skill level to play the speed courses with. The only thing that would have been nice is if they had run more woodsball games throughout the day but it was still a blast.
Last edited on Saturday, August 23rd, 2008 at 11:08 pm PST
Just pass up Action Paintball and head here...trust me...
Fields: Hella fun and diverse. There are two woodsball fields that can be played in multiple fashions. There are hills to be hiked but in the end it is all worth it. Plenty of bunkers to protect yourself in the woodsball fields. There is a large hyperball type course that is utterly flawless in its design. I have played this field over and over and never get tired of it. Between games a player has the choice to play in a small hyperball course or airball course when he/she feels. overall A+ fields.
Staff: The coolest. Every ref I have met is cool people. The owner is very knowledgable and friendly. The epitime of customer service he is. Your marker giving you trouble? well the staff at Nfinite will find every way possible to get it working again.
Chrono your own gun whenever you fell like it just don't try and be slick because they have little chrono devices hanging from their necks. But its nice to be able to tune your marker whenever you feel like it.
Overall Nfinite is the place to be if you want a diverse paintball experience. Highly recommended!!!
My comments are stricty about the staff, which were exceptional. I'm referring specifically to Don (an owner) and David, a referee.
They were professional, to be sure, but also extraordinarily friendly and informative, not just about their own fields and rules but about pb equipment in general and even playing strategies. I couldn't have been more impressed. These guys love their job.
Of particular note was how accommodating they were of my 10-year old son, a first timer. After the first game, he felt right at home.... which was unusual considering he was playing an intense game with a bunch of Rambos. They were firm with the rules but not to the point of being critical or making him feel like he really screwed up. They helped calibrate the gun, loaned him some gloves, explained each field in detail, were with him in the practice area, always took their time, and just assisted us both in a variety of ways throughout the day.... all without making a big deal about any of it. They genuinely seemed to like doing it.
Overall, they had the best attitudes I've ever seen, and it rubbed off on the players as well.
Ghetto Field Highway 32- paintball basic training
Oroville Wildlife Refuge- special ops, jungle insurgent training, navy seal tactics.
Combat Zone Oroville- A place to shoot other people besides my teammates.
Nfinite Edge Paintball Park.
Pros- The $15 registration fee was pretty decent for such a large park. Although I didn't rent a rental, the rentals were Autocockers with compressed air tanks, hopper, barrel condom, your usual rental package. The rentals look like they were well keep and cleaned. YOU must have a barrel condom. The paintball place don't allow barrel plugs because of some insurance policy. Field paint, which is not listed on the website were XO and Abyss. I didn't buy any of them because I brought my own paint. The crono machine was in the shooting range. Compress air was right outside the pro shop. Didn't know where the CO2 machince was, had all my CO2 tanks filled before I came. I called the manager a few days before we went about the turn out of people on your typically Sunday at the park, he told me about 70-90. He was right. We got there about 11:00 and there was about 80-90 people already. The teams were divided up evenly with a mixture of woodsballers and speedballers, rentals and none rentals on each team. One team had colored banned on their guns and the other team did not. Each game was 40 mins, two 20 minute capture the flags. 15-20 minutue rest before the next set of games started. I didn't see any cheating myself, but a friend saw one guy got caught cheating by ref and was booted out of the course. I'm not %100 sure if the refs did paint checks, but its more of a honor system if you get tagged.
Cons- I only found a few cons about the park because it was my first time there. The first con was the 2 hour drive from home. Shading in the parking lot was very limited. I only notice about 3 trees in the parking lot. So bring a tent for shade or show up early to get a good shaded spot. The wait time for each game was about 15-20 minutes. Which is annoying when you traveled over 100 miles to come to the park expecting a lot of game play. The refs were picky on the rules, leave your barrel condom on or don't adjust your mask on the field. But I dont blame them, when you deal with hundreds of people every weekend, your gonna get a few bad apples that dont follow the rules and ruined it for everyone. If there were any injuries on the field, you must put down your markers. The refs will literally come and check everyone around him. Usually before every game starts, one of the refs would yell out that the next game was starting. If you were on the other side of the parking lot from that ref, its hard to hear. For some reason there was a private group of 30-40 people there, which walk ons could not play with or against. I though that was kind of odd. Like I said, it was my first time there, so didn't find too many cons about the park.
I don't play speed ball too much, but there was only one field which was right next to the pro shop/office/station. I think it was a hyperball course. I was talking to the owner, which was a friendly guy to talk too, he said he was gonna build two more hyperball course behind the shooting range within the next few weeks.
There was 3 woodsball fields. The first one was, I believed called the castle course. The castle course was on a side of a hill with a small ravine. Not much nature cover. There were small 3 sided structures on each of the starting points. Single water towers here and there. A few stacks of steel barrels here and there. There was a small castle like structure near the top of the hill, if you were to get to it, it was very well protected. There was a speed ball like complex at the bottom of the hill, if you were to get to it, lots of structure to hide behind and there was a snake. There was one tree that was located in the middle of the course, it had a bunch of wood and plastic boards so that players can hide behind them. The funny thing about this course was, when I played it, there were no boundries. Some of the players, including myself were having fire fights "gun battles" behind hill away from the refs line of sight. So anything goes when your out of sight from the refs. On this field, expect to shoot a lot because everyone is very visible but out of range. I manage to tag a few people up hill at about 70-80 yards with my flatline.
The second course was I think called the town, but I could be wrong, forgot what exactly the ref called it. The course was on top of a hill. Lots of nature wood cover. This course was circular with a town/fort like structure in the middle. Heavy woods around the town/fort. This course was more of a close range combat, so the ref crono checks everyones gun before they participate in it. So bring your tools on this course. Bunkers, piles of wood and some plastic and wood boards as cover around on town/fort. Our team flanks and we never went in the middle like all the speedballers did. So can't tell you much about the town/fort besides it being very close range combat.
The last course was called the ravine. Lots of nature wood cover. On this course, each team started on their own down hill side. At the buttom there was a creek with a bunch house structures. Each side of the hill had plastic and wood boards. This course is a camp fest so expect to shoot a lot. The sides are a little easier to move, but once you reach the middle, its a camp fest. Play smart and DON'T RUN downhill. The sides are almost 35-45 degree slopes, so don't run down hill at top speeds like this one speedballer did. You can get hurt, which the speedballer did and was his own fault. The best strategy is work around the sides on this course because the middle is very open unless you run fast enough to the middle structures.
Staff- There was nothing to complain about the staff, besides the ref being picky on the rules. The ladies behind the counter at the pro shop seemed friendly to me, so nothing to complain about. The owner (Rob, Ron or Bob, never ask his name, just saw it on the back of his jersy)came over and chit-chatted with us right before we left was really friendly. Never really had time to chat with the refs, so no comment on them. The staff and refs kept good communication between them all through radios. The day we went, two people got injured and the refs called in to the pro shop, less then 3 mins a truck would show up to pick up the injured player.
Conclusion- I had a really fun time but was a little disappointed about the courses. In my opinion, two of the three courses were a camp fest. Its a really nice place to play, just kinda of out of the way for my friends and I. If you live near or within 50 miles of the sacramento area, by all means, I recommand you to go. Just bring a lot of water and a tent. Good staff and good entry price. No comment on rental packages and field paint, didnt use any.
Last edited on Thursday, May 8th, 2008 at 5:56 pm PST