Groups play on a private field, with a trained referee for Ultra Low Impact, which uses smaller and lighter paintballs
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Ultra Low Impact Paintball Party Package
Ultra Low Impact Paintball Party Package (AGES 6+)
Ultra Low Impact, our paintball for kids option, uses a lightweight, battery-powered gun that shoots a soft gelatin ball. This Gelly Ball leaves no mess, stain, or sting. The guns fire 750 shots without reloading. Just hold down the trigger to shoot, easy for a 6-year-old to use. Ultra-Low Impact Paintball is painless, clean fun!
Paintballs not included, and must be purchased on site. $10/player, 10 person minimum.
- What’s included:
- Up to 10 players (ages 6+)
- 90 minutes of private play time
- Rental paintball gear
- Available times: 9:15 a.m. - 10:45 a.m., 11:00 a.m.- 12:30 p.m., and 1:00 p.m. - 2:30 p.m.
- Age restrictions: Valid for ages 6 and up.
Common Paintball Games, Defined
- Elimination: Play continues until only one player—or team—is left in play.
- Capture the Flag: In this scenario, players cross into enemy territory to capture the other team’s flag, which they must safely return to their homebase.
- Speedball: Games are played on a small, flat field, which typically contains an equal number of colorful, artificial bunkers on each side.
- Woodsball: Played in the great outdoors, games often simulate military scenarios and are played in conjunction with scenario or capture the flag games.
- Scenario: Teams take part in this adventure to complete missions and score points—all within the confines of a larger storyline. Scenarios often include historical reenactments and military-style play.
About Davis Paintball Center
During his 17-year-long professional paintballing career, Micah McGlocklin clinched five championships, including one with Sacramento XSV, a team he formed in 2003. He has more than 12 years of experience operating paintball fields, and this technical expertise paired with his obvious passion for the sport is evident in the facilities at Davis Paintball Center. Eager to introduce others to the joys of chromatic chaos, Micah and his staff walk novices through the game’s rules, equipment, and safety tips. Newbies are then organized into teams for refereed bouts on one of nine fields spread across 40 acres. As tenderfoots test out their paintballing skills on fields such as Four Corners and Center Castle—where a roomy distance separates opponents—advanced players can compete in more compact spaces at two hyper ball fields, an airball field, and a paint-soaked broom closet.