Playing paintball can be an adrenaline-filled way to practice risk-taking, teamwork, and personal boundaries.
It can also be triggering to participants, especially those who have a history with gun violence. Because of this, TRS staff is very deliberate about when to offer paintball days and how to hold them.
We invite participants to use careful consideration to make an informed decision about their participation.
What to Expect
Our paintball courses range from wooded to more exposed areas, but often contain uneven ground, brush, and cacti.
TRS upholds strict regulations and standards during paintball games with physical and emotional safety concerns in mind. Game play ranges from team capture the flag rounds to individual play.
Depending on the time of year, course area, and the weather, participants might expect to be hot.
There is a base at each area for group members who do not wish to participate in game play.
What to Bring
Participants must have closed-toed shoes and should consider footwear they can move comfortably in for long periods of time.
Participants will want clothes that can either get paint-smeared or can fit comfortably under a full length coverall. Wearing eyeglasses can sometimes be a hinderance underneath a mask, but is allowed.
All participants must use TRS paintball markers and wear a safety mask. Additionally, TRS will provide gloves, full length coveralls, referee equipment, boundary markers, and a First Aid Kit.