DMZ Paintball has been safely operating in Southern Oregon since the year 2000 and is a veteran and family-owned business. We offer 3 different fields to play. We have rental gear available at our field and store on a first come first serve basis, so it is recommended that you reserve equipment beforehand.
Urban field with wood structures. Flags placed in the center between two teams of players. Players on each team fight for control of the flag and respawn at the starting gates at each side.
A mix of urban wood structures and natural wooded concealment. Players fight for control over a central flag in the fort but are able to sneak around with wooded cover and concealment. Players respawn after getting eliminated at their starting gates.
Our competition field is fast paced paintball with sidelines for spectators to watch as two teams go head to head in single elimination (no respawns) Players hide and slide behind large blow-up balloons that can be arranged in different layouts on flat level turf
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Yes, paintball is safe. DMZ Paintball follows safety standards set by the industry, and closely monitors all players to make sure they are following all safety guidelines. All players are required to attend a safety briefing before they play where all rules and safety standards are clearly explained. We ask that payers play within their limitations and stay hydrated.
We suggest you wear clothes that are baggy and breathable. While paintballs don't usually stain clothes they may if you wear lighter colors. We recommend clothes that you don't mind getting dirty. Shoes should be closed toe / closed heel and provide traction on various terrains. No Metal Spike Cleats Sandals or Flip flops. We also recommend a headband or bandana to be worn on the head to prevent sweat from dripping into the mask. Veteran Players wear cleats/boots designed for paintball as well as pads and clothing that protects them and keeps them cool.
If you are under the age of 18 you will need to bring either a waiver signed by a parent or bring a parent to sign one in person. While we do have refreshments at the field, we highly recommend bringing water. A change of clothes for the ride home is also recommended.