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InFinite Edge Paintball Park

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Phone: 209-245-3044
Address: 101 Jackson Road
Plymouth, California 95669
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chaplainjoey Monday, April 28th, 2008
Period of
Field Use:
Just once  
Date There: April 26th, 2008
Paintball
Experience:
2 years
Other Fields
in the Area:
I've only played here, but I played here years ago when it was Paintball Sam's.

Other than that, mostly on private property.
Directions
to the Field:
Hwy 50 to Bradshaw, Jackson road, just PAST Ione Road on left.
Review: I went here for my bachelor party last weekend. We had about 12 guys playing.

Basically, they took care of us. They gave us our own referee, who was awesome. He took us where we wanted, and even offered to kick anyone off that field if we wanted to play it.

Everyone that worked there was very attentive and ready to help out at the drop of a hat.

Rental equipment was in top shape, and worked flawlessly for the guys who rented it.

The fields had good cover and fire points. We enjoyed playing Ravine the most with the wooded areas, creeks and hills. (the shade on this field was nice too.)

We played for about 4 hours and had a blast all day.

I'll be going here again. I'll be bringing my friends and more when I do.



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tnguyen Thursday, April 10th, 2008
Period of
Field Use:
Just once  
Date There: March 24th, 2008
Paintball
Experience:
Less than a month
Review: Went there with group of colleages and it was awesome fun. They have 4 different fields ranging in size, terrain and cover and they each give a unique experience.

The staff was very friendly and helpful. Even though we signed the injury waiver they are still dilligent making sure we follow safety rules.

I had a great time and will return for more fun.
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wallman97 Sunday, March 30th, 2008
Period of
Field Use:
3 months  
Last There: March 24th, 2008
Paintball
Experience:
1 year
Review: Awesome place. Great variety of playing fields, excellent renters equipment and wonderful staff. We had a group of 24 and spent the entire afternoon on all 3 of their main fields and a couple of the smaller ones.

It was a cool surprise at the opening when I tested my weapon and got a very straight shot with a hearty WHAMP! on my target at a 50yard range (I'm still a bit new to paint ball and horrible at range calculations, put another way, the gun was way better then anything I'd rented before). I chuckled to myself about how I must have gotten the best rental gun they had and how I'd be our team's sniper with it. I was unpleasantly surprised a few minutes later to find my gun only average and my opponents wielding similar range/accuracy weapons.

As cool as the fields and equipment were, it is the staff that really sets this place apart. During our trip the staff at NFinite edge really when the extra mile to ensure everyone had a great time. They were laid back and friendly while at the same time ensuring safety policies were followed at all times. They gave great instructional overviews of the equipment as well as helpful tips to all of our first time players. The ref was very attentive at all times and in general had fun with us.

If you haven't been there yet, this is definitely a place to check out.
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nburke Thursday, March 27th, 2008
Period of
Field Use:
Just once  
Date There: March 27th, 2008
Paintball
Experience:
1 year
Other Fields
in the Area:
Played at Lincoln Paintball during the winter time. The speedball Nfinite Edge field is more spacious and the staff at Nfinite Edge is really awesome (Lincoln guys were cool too, but Nfinite Edge guys were better!)
Review: Saftey was #1 top priority. noone wants to get shot in the eye - all the fun would be over at that point. They stressed the importance without being aggressive about it.

The equipmet was top notch - we were using rentals that were comparable to some nice markers I've seen friends buy for themselves. This really makes it much more fun when you're dealing with good equipment rather than beat up and junky stuff.

The staff was unbelievable. Fun, professional, helpful, everything. Those guys really made our group feel welcome and did everything in their power to make sure we had a fun time. Usually a niche sport facility like go-carts or billiards or something has a bunch of grumpy elitist people running the show. Definately not the case here - they were more than happy to explain things to the new players and make the whole experience excellent.

You'd be crazy to go anywhere else in the Sacramento area.
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NIIDeep Wednesday, March 26th, 2008
Period of
Field Use:
Just once  
Date There: March 24th, 2008
Paintball
Experience:
2 years
Other Fields
in the Area:
This is the first outdoor field I've played in Northern Cal. I've been out of the game for awhile but I used to play SC Village when I lived in Southern Cal.
Review: We held a company team building activity here with about 25 people. The first thing Don and David stressed when we got there was safety. And they're pretty strict on that which is a good thing. This was my first time playing after years of being out of the game. I've played at a several different places elsewhere before. And my biggest gripe then was the inconsistent and low budget equipment that some places rent. I was VERY impressed and happy to see NFinite Edge's standard rental marker is an Autococker (Trilogy?). In addition, they offer great quality masks that don't fog up (hate it when that happens) and have good face coverage. They even have masks to accommodate people who wear glasses. I guess they want to make sure no one gets excluded from the fun. Camo body suits are available as well. Don, the manager, is a friendly guy that made every effort to ensure we had an awesome time. And he's a great patriot. Marine Corp. Hoorah! David was an awesome referee, making sure no one go hurt and that we were all having a good time. We had some female players and they were all treated well. As for play, we pretty much played all the fields available there except for hyper/speed ball. All fields were laid out well, had good strategic cover, challenging, and fun to play. Lots of hilly terrain to maneuver through.. a good workout. What do you expect with 350 acres? “No boundaries” was pretty much the theme for the day. At the end of 4-5 hours of play with well planned breaks in between, the two teams were exhausted but content, each with their red badges of courage. Again I have to reiterate that Don and David were just awesome. They really hooked up us up. Thanks guys. This is a great family owned and family orientated field. They welcome all players of all skills. Safety and your ability to have fun is job #1 for them. Thanks for the awesome p-ball experience. Feedback from my employees were pretty much along the lines of, “This was one the best team building events ever.” Some even wanted to go back the next day. Needless to say, we will be back….

Fields (played mostly capture the flag and center flag):
Evil - Large field on the side of the Hill, out in the open. Coverage is mostly various barricades and wooden structures. Fun for no nonsense straight up skirmishes.

Ravine - Field is, as it says, in a Ravine (or gulley). Play can be lengtthwise, running the length of the ravine or from width wise where teams stop at the tops of either end and funnel down towards the gulley. Lots of coveage by trees (shadow areas) and barriers made with natural elements. There's a stream that runs down the length of the field that's crossable. Very cool terrain.

Village - Great close quarters skirmishes. Prepare to blow through a couple of pods here. Typically center flag game. Small "village" area located high on a hill, surround by fairly rough terrain below. Lot's of natural bunkers. Not much running and gunnin' here. Pretty much dig in and creep forward. But great opportunity to go Commando for the center flag and run it to the other team's HQ. We had a few "so close but no win" as players made last ditch efforts to get to the checkpoint, only to be gunned down in cross fire from a solid defense. "Light'em up boys!"

David's "Special" - A field located behind Village. Maze like with natural bunkers all over. Lots of hi to low vantage points. Not a run and gun field either. Dig in and take out the other team opportunistically. If you're up to the work out, you can manuveur the rough terrain for a flanking move. But by then you may be too tired. Wooded area.
Last edited on Thursday, March 27th, 2008 at 10:48 pm PST
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cangders Tuesday, March 25th, 2008
Period of
Field Use:
Just once  
Date There: March 24th, 2008
Paintball
Experience:
Less than a month
Review: Went w/ ~20 people as part of team building. Staff, Don/David, were really great. As a first timer I had apprehensions regarding the game of paintball. I most appreciated the enforcement of the safety rules. It made me feel better that I wasn't going to accidentally get hurt or hurt anyone by accident. This allowed me to relax and have fun... examples: enforcing barrel plug for dead players, enforcing goggles on the field, etc. I don't have a favorite field as each was different, but all were fun.
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dbedwell Tuesday, March 25th, 2008
Period of
Field Use:
Just once  
Date There: March 24th, 2008
Paintball
Experience:
2 years
Other Fields
in the Area:
I played a field up north of Lincoln (can't remember the name), and didn't like that field nearly as much as this one.
Directions
to the Field:
Right off hwy 16 a couple of minutes past Rancho Murietta
Review: The facilities are great- they have a big variety of fields and terrain that are a lot of fun, and they have a lot of obstacles and structures built for cover. We played in 4 different fields, and all of them were huge. The rental equipment was good, and the staff was very friendly. I recommend.
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wprodrig Tuesday, March 25th, 2008
Period of
Field Use:
Just once  
Date There: March 24th, 2008
Paintball
Experience:
Less than a month
Other Fields
in the Area:
I have only played paintball a couple of times - and this field has it all. Playing 'The village' is the most fun Ive had in paintball.
Directions
to the Field:
Itsa just off hwy 16, above Rancho Murrieta. ~20 mins from Folsom, CA.
Review: We had a group event (~25 ppl) and lets just say that Don knows how to take care of his customers. We all ended up having a great time, and were thoroughly exhausted and full of small welts when we were thru.
They took us to three different fields, and overall we played about 8 games total in the 5 hours of time we were there.
There are woods, open field with obstacles, boundary and boundless games, etc.
I highly recommend the Nfinite Edge fields.
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Roman_s Wednesday, March 12th, 2008
Period of
Field Use:
Just once  
Date There: March 2nd, 2008
Paintball
Experience:
3 months
Other Fields
in the Area:
Capital Edge Paint Ball
Directions
to the Field:
Off of powerinn road, go way down jackroad until you see a sign on the left
Review: Fields- They have about 5 fields or so they are all pretty fun I love village though


Safety- They go over a safety briefing and barrel covers must be on at all times in the staging area and along the way to the field, down back to the staging area, and after you've been marked. Safety is good and goggles safety is explained and they tell you to put them on if they see you with em off

Food-Great food there, but didn't buy anything. Sodas and stuff like philly cheesesteaks.

Staff- I met a staff member that was extremely nice, fixed my old MR1, gave me paint because I didn't have much left, let me have a barrel condom, and let me borrow a harness pack. Extremely nice


Players-I've seen from about 18-50's , the skill is fair, no one really just owning it up and taking names, guns i've seen were like tippmann a5's and x7's, nothing like agenl or ego.



Overall-Adrenaline pumps when ever i play woodsball and this really got me going, people don't go like commando and try to be super man and stuff. Play like soldiers.


4500 psi and 3500 psi tank fills
Chrono 285
BYOP or Buy Paint at field
20 dolloar admit 5 dollar refill tanks
great field would go if it wasn't out in no mans land.
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frontsniper Friday, September 14th, 2007
Period of
Field Use:
1 year  
Last There: September 9th, 2007
Paintball
Experience:
More than 5 years
Other Fields
in the Area:
Enemy
Action
Davis
WAP
Review: Safety: All refs know the game and know what safety is.

Fields: They're decent for the location. They made the best out of what they have and it has worked for them nicely.

Prices: Decent prices, basically cheaper on the entrance fee than most but if you know Don then that's a plus

Rules: Same basic rules apply as does every paintball field.

Services: Better than most. Don knows how to take care of his customers.

Proshop: The shop is decent and the paint is cheap compared to the usual field paint prices.

Staff: They're all friendly and full of variety. Good people and they like to talk.

Refs: They sometimes play too, so they know how to play and can tell if you're cheating. Good players and refs also.

Players: A whole bunch of variety out there. It' always fun and there's never any downside to the amount of people that go there.

Facilities: It's a place where there are rarely any grass. Like I said before, they did what they could in the environment they were given and it has been working well.

Food: They have a whole bunch of stuff over there and it's usually not a problem.

Overall: A very good field and everything over there is better than you think. It's like a historical site when it changed from so many names and it's been great all the time.
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