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Location
6841 Marysville Road, Browns Valley, CA 95918
Hours
Monday through Friday 9:00 a.m. to 5:00 p.m., Saturday 10:00 a.m. to 5:00 p.m.
Website
http://www.splathill.com
Owner
Mark Brown

Splat Hill is a privately owned 40-acre facility that can be rented for private events such as Christian youth camps, cheerleading camps, scouting groups, corporate team-building events, men's and women's retreats, bachelor parties, weddings, and family reunions. It offers outdoor activities such as camping, disc golf, fishing, and paintball. It also contains miles of hiking trails.

The grounds feature vegetable gardens, herb gardens, raised flower beds, and fruit trees. Tennessee Creek passes through the grounds, and there are three large ponds on the grounds: Brownsville Pond, Sturgeville Pond, and Bows End Pond.

There is a lodge with 2.5 bathrooms, bunk-style sleeping accommodations for 17 people, a kitchen, a laundry room, and a great room. The kitchen includes two refrigerators, a microwave, a dishwasher, and coffee makers. The great room features a big-screen satellite TV room and wireless Internet. There is also a bunkhouse with bunk-style sleeping accommodations for an additional 16 people, plus a full bath and separate sleeping quarters for an adult.

Disc Golf

The two 18-hole disc golf courses feature land and water obstacles from huge boulders to stream crossings. Disc golf tournaments are held annually, with more than 200 people camping on the grounds. Open disc golf weekends are scheduled throughout the year.

Fishing

Private groups pay $50 per person per day to catch and release, by reservation only. There are also a few catch and keep days. On open disc golf weekends, you can fish for $15 to $25 per person.

Paintball

The featured paintball course has a large mobile home placed in its center. There is also a speed course with dirt berms scattered everywhere and a collection of large boulders in the middle. Another course is a one-acre blackberry field with trails cut through the 8-foot high blackberry bushes. The cost is $45 per person for a day or $65 per person for a weekend stay, with a minimum of 20 people.

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