Lorenzo Bridge - Airsoft, Hike, and Paintball near Rexburg, Idaho
3987 W 6800 S, Rexburg, ID 83440, USA,Rexburg,Idaho
43.73302241438971, -111.866344758173
7.2 miles SW of Rexburg, Idaho
Address: 3987 W 6800 S, Rexburg, ID 83440, USA
GPS: 43°43'58.9"N 111°51'58.8"W
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State: Idaho
Field Type: Public Land
Trails/Routes: 1.0-1.3 mi

Fall Colors

Airsoft, Hike, and Paintball

This is the old site of the Lorenzo Boat Launch, which has moved to the other side of the river a little further downstream. This spot sees very little traffic. There are beautiful, yet primitive trails along the river and a well hidden lake. There is a lot of marsh ground and the falls colors are amazing. The trails drawn on the map here are partial. They can be followed further and likely connect to form a loop. If you know the rest of the trail, please let us know.

Paintball Field

Great natural boundaries; There's a river on one side and a dry bed on the other. On one end, it drops down and then becomes sparse. On the other end, there's a fence with nice walk-in gates. There's a dry creek bed that runs through it to one side that gives it a good amount of variety. There's quite a bit of undergrowth and even a couple of nice big man-made stick barriers toward the middle of the field. 

When the construction started on the Thornton exit, they blocked off the parking lot on the West side. They built a new parking lot on the East side across the tracks and a trail underneath the bridge and road. You have to haul your stuff now but there is still access to an awesome field.

Mapped Route/Trail Distances

Route #1 1.3 miles Round Trip
Route #2 1.0 miles Round Trip
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Be considerate of the land you use. The paint will wash off in the rain but take your garbage with you and don't shoot signs or facilities. Don't add junk barriers to the field. Read More
Please be responsible regarding what and where you shoot and respectful of the land and its owners. Responsible care of the land we use now will help us be able to continue using great airsoft arenas. Read More

Be courteous, informed, and prepared. Read trailhead guidelines, stay on the trail, and don't feed the wildlife.

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  1. Plan Ahead and Prepare
  2. Travel & camp on durable surfaces
  3. Dispose of waste properly
  4. Leave what you find
  5. Minimize campfire impacts
  6. Respect wildlife
  7. Be considerate of other visitors

Directions

From Rexburg, Idaho

  1. Head south on S 3rd W toward W 2nd S (0.4 mi)
  2. Turn right onto W 4th S (0.3 mi)
  3. Continue onto S Yellowstone Hwy
    Pass by McDonald's (on the left in 1.1 mi)
    (2.0 mi)
  4. Turn left onto S 2000 W/Archer Rd (4.2 mi)
  5. Turn right onto W 6800 S
    Destination will be on the left
    (2.4 mi)
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From either parking area, follow the trail underneath the highway and around to the trails and paintball field. If you park in the space just off the highway, you'll have to jump down a 3-4 foot wall to the trail (not illegal. see photos). The parking lot across the tracks is much nicer but does add about 100yds to your walk.

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katiemia

4/22/16 8:47 am
Is this closed for the summer because of the road construction?
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freearenas

12/19/17 2:14 pm
No, they moved parking to the East side of the road. You just walk under the road and bridge to get to the field.
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endovereric

10/11/18 2:12 pm
That way has about 3-4 foot drop to the actual trail from the parking lot. If you'd rather, you can park in the other parking lot off. It's a longer walk but definitely an easier spot to get in and out of. Either way, both trails pass under the Hwy 20 bridges.
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pyromaniac777

10/20/15 10:25 pm
We went there with a group of 14 and we had a blast. Lots of brush and trees to hide behind and secret trails going through the thick stuff. The man made barriers in the center are very handy too. The dry bed is excellent to sneak through to get to the other side without being seen. Or you can hide in a bush and wait for people to walk through there :)
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jaredalexhughes

7/6/15 3:46 pm
I think this is closed now.
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freearenas

12/19/17 2:15 pm
It's not. They moved parking to the East side of the road. You just walk under the road and bridge to get to the field.
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From one bunker to another (toward middle of field) courtesy of endovereric From one bunker to another (toward middle of field) courtesy of endovereric↗
Easy Parking courtesy of endovereric Easy Parking courtesy of endovereric↗ Drop-down from closer parking courtesy of endovereric Drop-down from closer parking courtesy of endovereric↗ Trail under the road courtesy of endovereric Trail under the road courtesy of endovereric↗ Northern trail courtesy of endovereric Northern trail courtesy of endovereric↗ River from the trail courtesy of endovereric River from the trail courtesy of endovereric↗ Marsh trail beyond paintball field courtesy of endovereric Marsh trail beyond paintball field courtesy of endovereric↗ Paintball field courtesy of endovereric Paintball field courtesy of endovereric↗