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No Limits Extreme Action Park
Lange Road
Taylor, MI 48180

Phone: (734) 425-2545
Located on over 40 acres of land, and with seven different fields to test your mettle. We are an exciting challenge for all skill levels.
Year Established: Unknown
Average Rating:
  • Currently 4.5/5 stars.
Reviews: 6
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No Limits Extreme Action Park Reviews
No Limits Extreme Action Park With over 4 different fields ranging from castle battles, speedball, and hill fights you can't really ask for more. Owners are great and are willing to work with you on prices for some of the small...
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Wojo
 
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Join Date: Oct 2004
Location: Michigan
Played here: 6+ times
Overall Rating:
  • Currently 4.5/5 stars.
Customer service:
  • Currently 0/5 stars.
Quality of fields:
  • Currently 0/5 stars.
Fun / Experience:
  • Currently 0/5 stars.
Value:
  • Currently 5/5 stars.
Recommend to others: Yes
Pros: Reasonable Price, Friendly
Cons: One porta john
With over 4 different fields ranging from castle battles, speedball, and hill fights you can't really ask for more. Owners are great and are willing to work with you on prices for some of the small stuff. They have a large selection of paint ranging from around $45-60 a box. Paint wasn't the greatest the day I went, but it wasn't the worst. It had dimples on some of them, but they still shot pretty straight.

If youíre looking to try paintball for the first time, or donít play much at all this is a great place to start. Refs are friendly and will give a helping hand to some of the newer/younger players, and the older age group usually tends to take an easy on the new comers as well.

The resting area is a great feature as well. Itís under a large canopy with around 6 picnic tables under it. The canopy is a great to keep you out of the sun in-between games, and a place to cover if it starts to rain.

Overall it was a great field to play at and I had a great experience playing here. I look forward to going back soon.
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  • Currently 4/5 stars.
No Limits Extreme Action Park No Limits Action Paintball is a great place for paintball. It is only $15 for six hours. The refs are great and are attentive. The best part by far is the maps. One is a small island with two...
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loop-s-pool
 
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Join Date: Apr 2010
Played here: Once
Overall Rating:
  • Currently 5/5 stars.
Customer service:
  • Currently 0/5 stars.
Quality of fields:
  • Currently 0/5 stars.
Fun / Experience:
  • Currently 0/5 stars.
Value:
  • Currently 5/5 stars.
Recommend to others: Yes
Pros: Maps and value
Cons: A lot of goose poop in the staging area, paint
No Limits Action Paintball is a great place for paintball. It is only $15 for six hours. The refs are great and are attentive. The best part by far is the maps. One is a small island with two bridges going to it. Another is a hyperball arena. The paint sold there is pretty cheap but is tough to break so longshots are basically impossible. Overall you will get well worth what you paid for.
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  • Currently 3/5 stars.
No Limits Extreme Action Park awsome feild for the summer time and home of detroit action good playce to go pawn a bunch of wanna bes faces
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pbpitt04
 
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Join Date: Mar 2010
Location: with your mom
pbpitt04 owns a Planet Eclipse Geo
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Played here: Once
Overall Rating:
  • Currently 5/5 stars.
Customer service:
  • Currently 0/5 stars.
Quality of fields:
  • Currently 0/5 stars.
Fun / Experience:
  • Currently 0/5 stars.
Value:
  • Currently 5/5 stars.
Recommend to others: Yes
Pros: love playing outdoors
Cons: none awsome feild
awsome feild for the summer time and home of detroit action good playce to go pawn a bunch of wanna bes faces
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  • Currently 1/5 stars.
No Limits Extreme Action Park **** I will state this at the beginning of this post and at the end to emphasize my thought on the subject. This review is meant as a guide to players who have not yet attended the field, not those...
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Caitiff
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Join Date: Apr 2011
Caitiff owns a Planet Eclipse Geo
Caitiff owns a Planet Eclipse Ego
Played here: 6+ times
Overall Rating:
  • Currently 2.3/5 stars.
Customer service:
  • Currently 0/5 stars.
Quality of fields:
  • Currently 0/5 stars.
Fun / Experience:
  • Currently 0/5 stars.
Value:
  • Currently 2/5 stars.
Recommend to others: No
Pros: Field Variety, Location, and Player Base+
Cons: Faculty, Pricing, Downtime, and Professionalism+
**** I will state this at the beginning of this post and at the end to emphasize my thought on the subject. This review is meant as a guide to players who have not yet attended the field, not those who have played there for years and disagree with this review. I STRONGLY urge you to visit the field and make your own assessment of the facility, rather than basing your opinion from an online review. ****

I've been playing at this field for years and here is what I can tell you about my experiences at Action Paintball Park, formerly No Limits Paintball Park. The field sits in a city public park that had been converted into a paintball field. This means that there are pavilions to stage in, similar to what you see in any public park. Very easy to find, but the sign is a little difficult to see since it is black and pushed back from the road a bit. Otherwise, you could not ask for a better location for a field.

I will begin this review starting with the prices then moving into the fields. Followed by the 'pros' and 'cons' to give you a more detailed explanation of each.



Pricing:
  • Admission: $12.00 if you purchase at least 1/2 case from the field, or $25.00 if you BYOP.
  • Air: $5.00 all day HPA, $2.00 per Co2 fill. (Check site for Co2 pricing)
  • Paint: $40.00 and up.
  • Misc: Rental gear is available, check the website for prices.

Fields:
  • Anthrax Island - This is the most popular of the fields, when given an option to choose from the lineup, Anthrax is almost always chosen. This is an attack and defend game that seats one team outside and the other positioned on 'Anthrax Island'. A mote surrounds a fort-like structure that is accessible by two bridges, where bunkers are placed on adjacent sides to provide cover. The attacking team must gain access to the fort and physically touch a tower that is positioned within the stronghold to obtain victory.
    • Pros: Attacking side, multiple levels in fort, plenty of bunkers, fast paced, medium start distance, and choke points are some of the most notable on this field.
    • Cons: Defending side, easily pinned inside, lack of angles, bunkers outside of fort are death traps from attackers freedom of angles, and attacker oriented of the cons
  • Hyperball - Very typical Hyperball set up that consists of varied length and width pieces of corrugated plastic pipe.
    • Pros: Speedball oriented gameplay, fast, bunkers of all sizes, angles, and medium starting distance from opposing team.
    • Cons: Typically overpopulated, facilitates roughly 8v8+/-, and in some cases muddy (depending on weather prior to play)
  • Battleball - This field is composed primarily of large spindles with few other forms of bunkers. Similar set up as the Hyperball field, which sits next to it.
    • Pros: Nearly identical to the pros given to that of the Hyperball field. Accommodates for more people per bunker than the Hyperball field.
    • Cons: Also nearly identical to the Hyperball field, including the issue with overpopulation.
  • War in the Woods - A flat setting that is littered with random bunkers and overgrown grass that provides cover, I have not played this field much so I do not have much experience on this one. Pros and Cons would be typical of any field similar. The "Urban Assault" field would be similar on both sides without the specifics of the house structure or fencing.
  • The Swamp - (I've either sat this field out every visit to the field, never played it, or know it by a different name.)
  • Urban Assault - This field sits in overgrown grass and is composed of barrels, spindles, a building structure on one starting area, and sections of picket fence that somewhat surround the structure. The opposing side has a variety of bunkers along with overgrown grass to provide cover during movement.
    • Pros: Woodsball, good cover, longer starting points than some of the other fields, wide layout, house structure, and flank cover are some things this field offers.
    • Cons: Overgrowth, muddy after a rain, trouble depicting who is who from overgrown grass/brush.
  • Pavilion?(Field Name Unknown) - This field has a variety of bunkers but contains a large amount of, what appeared to be, pallets. One of the sides is constructed into an existing pavilion, using pallets to box the outer perimeter into a make shift fort. The opposing side starts out in the open.
    • Pros: Alternate playing field.
    • Cons: Tape line bunkers are limited and far apart, remains flooded, pavilion can act as a death trap, typically pinned from lack of ghosting bunkers, and too simple.
  • Hill?(Field Name Unknown) Field is positioned on a slight hill where one team starts at the top and opposing at the lower end of the slope. There are many bunkers and overgrown grass throughout the field. A mowed pathway(s) is/are defined down the field as lanes where those who brave the middle will travel. The perimeter of the field can also be played to allow a flank on either side. This field is also very popular among the lineup. Capture the flag is commonly played on this field.
    • Pros: Starting on top and holding sides, ease of movement at bottom, good cover, ability to 'longball' when starting from top, and using flanks from bottom are some of highlights of this field.
    • Cons: Dealing with the flank from the top, the 'longballing' from starters at top, overgrown grass, no true defined 'Out of Bounds' markers, and Capture the Flag play attribute to some of the negative aspects of this field.
  • Speedball/Airball - This field is not available for play. The bunkers are deflated and stored to avoid vandalism. The teams construct and break down this field after every use. This is loosely reserved for the practice of the fields home team.

Review (Continued)
  • Staff: I've had quite a bit of problems, in the past, with the referee's at this field. The total lack of professionalism displayed had almost been enough to deter me from returning to play. The demeanor, attitude, disrespect, and immaturity runs prevalent at the field through some of the referees on staff. This is not true for all of the staff, some are hard working and down right good guys.
  • Management: The management of the field, in my opinion, is responsible for the quality of their staff. Most of the issues that I have had with this field are directly related to the actions of the upper management and their failure to recognize or practice proper business ethics. The issues of under staffing is another problem, which is evident on days of a high player count. Overcrowded fields are quite common, which makes the playing experience less than desirable when fighting over bunkers. These are the responsibilities of the management of a field, when they fail to provide what is needed you cannot help but feel cheated out of a days play.
  • Player Base: There are many players that consider Action their "home field", which translates into many return customers. The solid player base almost always ensures that there will be plenty of players to play with. The skill ranges from the first time players to some of the best this state has to offer, a truly diverse group.
  • Overall: I would recommend anyone who reads this to not be discouraged by my review, but instead to visit the field and make your own assessment. I have had my share of bad experiences at this field but that does not mean that I have not had my share of good. Many of great sessions had been played at this field, with many of great people. Much work has gone into this field and should not be overlooked, many find this 'the perfect balance' between quality and budget and will continue to support the field. Make your own review of this field, don't just piggy back off of mine.

Thanks!
Caitiff
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No Limits Extreme Action Park Driving in from mason didnt really no what to expect.The staff was very friendly and helpful and although it was really wet the fields were very fun.The refs kept the games clean and fair. i would...
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rathead100
 
Join Date: Mar 2011
Played here: Once
Overall Rating:
  • Currently 5/5 stars.
Customer service:
  • Currently 0/5 stars.
Quality of fields:
  • Currently 0/5 stars.
Fun / Experience:
  • Currently 0/5 stars.
Value:
  • Currently 5/5 stars.
Recommend to others: Yes
Pros: fun fast and friendly
Cons: not one
Driving in from mason didnt really no what to expect.The staff was very friendly and helpful and although it was really wet the fields were very fun.The refs kept the games clean and fair. i would highly recommend this paintball field
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  • Currently 0/5 stars.
No Limits Extreme Action Park No Limits Paintball Park has a wide varitey of feilds and game types. From playing on the X-ball feild and hyperball feild to the hill and the castle you get a wide varitey of each scenerio. The...
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schrammrod94
 
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Join Date: Dec 2010
Played here: 6+ times
Overall Rating:
  • Currently 5/5 stars.
Customer service:
  • Currently 0/5 stars.
Quality of fields:
  • Currently 0/5 stars.
Fun / Experience:
  • Currently 0/5 stars.
Value:
  • Currently 5/5 stars.
Recommend to others: Yes
Pros: well maintained
Cons: nothing
No Limits Paintball Park has a wide varitey of feilds and game types. From playing on the X-ball feild and hyperball feild to the hill and the castle you get a wide varitey of each scenerio. The staff at the feild was outstanding!!!! The refs they had were kind and respectful of all players skill level and ability. They would help give pointers to the ones who felt down cause they got shot or lost the battle for their team. They made teams even as possible so not just one team won every game. It was a even battle each game till the end. Ive played at other feilds around Michigan like Killer, Hell surivors, Futureball, Lone wolf and in Ohio ive been to Warzone and i can say the best time at all those feilds was at No Limits!!!! ive played there over 10 times in the last year and ive been talking to the refs about helping ref next year. Ive also went to check out there store(Action Paintball) in livonia, MI and will be returning to get all my paintball needs. CHECK OUT THE FEILD!!!!!!!!!!!!!!! YOU WILL HAVE THE TIME OF YOUR LIFE
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