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Paintball Fields in Alaska (Anchorage, Kodiak, North Pole)

Alaska is home to some of the world’s most beautiful landscapes and outdoor areas. Even though it is by far the largest state by surface area, it’s pretty small in terms of population, being home to only 733,000 people.

With these vast open spaces and plenty of natural covers, you would think that this landscape would be heaven for establishing paintball fields, providing a unique and challenging experience. But the truth is that Alaska barely has any paintball parks, and the few there seem to be closed temporarily or permanently.

There’s more money in oil fields than paintball fields, especially in a state where the winters are long, snowing from October to April, and may reach temperatures as low as -50 degrees. It’s not a likely place to have a thriving sports community, but here are the best paintball fields in Alaska.

Directory of Places to Play Paintball in Alaska

Here is an online directory of Alaska paintball fields. The few venues are scattered around the state, and even in Anchorage, they are hard to find.


These are the best paintball fields in Anchorage.

907 Paintball

907 Paintball is located in Anchorage and will open again in May 2022. Their prices start at $50 per person for rental equipment, which includes a paintball gun, a mask, an air tank with free air refills, 200 paintballs, and a field pass for one person. If you bring your gear, the field pass starts at $10. Group prices start at $160 for four people, and renting the whole field starts at $750. You can buy 500 rounds of paintballs for $25 or 2000 for $75. They also offer a 10% military discount, and season passes start at $250 per person.

Address: 789 W Klatt Rd, Anchorage, AK 99515, United States
Phone: +19076022777
Opening hours: Closed until May 2022

Warrior Xtreme Paintball Course

Warrior Xtreme opens on Monday, 23 May 2022. They offer a complete equipment package for $20, which includes a gun, mask, vest and neck guard, and 200 paintballs.

Address: Upper Otter Lake, Joint Base Elmendorf-Richardson, AK 99505, USA
Phone: +1 907-854-1734
Opening hours: Closed until May 2022


Outdoor Kodiak

Outdoor Kodiak, situated in Kodiak, Alaska, offers woodsball-style paintball open play every Saturday throughout the year, from 9:00 am to 4:00 pm. As a registered non-profit organization (501(c)(3)), Outdoor Kodiak, LLC aims to provide an outdoor activity option for both children and adults. Rental packages for the field start at $25 and $50 per player.

In addition to standard paintballing supplies (.68 cal), Outdoor Kodiak also provides low-velocity (.50 cal) markers for younger players interested in the sport. All paint markers use High-Pressure Air (HPA) systems, and only paint purchased on-site is permitted. Outdoor Kodiak, LLC is fully insured, and all players must have an active liability waiver on file.

Masks are mandatory for all players on the field, and observers outside the safety nets must wear safety glasses provided by the site.

Address: North West side of Boy Scout Lake on Rezanoff Drive, Kodiak, AK 99615
Phone: 907.942.5544
Opening hours:  Saturday 09:00 to 16:00. Special Reservations are available.

Other locations in Alaska

Repp Rd Paintball Field (North Pole)

Address: 2925-, 2999 Repp Rd, North Pole, AK 99705, United States
Phone: N/A
Website: N/A
Opening hours: Temporarily closed

Get listed on this page

If you are a field owner or plan on starting a business in Alaska, you should submit your company to this directory so more customers can see you. Send us an email with details about your facilities and contact info, and we will review it. We aim to offer the most comprehensive list of excellent paintball facilities in the state.

Start a paintball business.

I encourage anyone brave enough to venture into the world of entrepreneurship and start their own business, especially to open a speedball or woodsball course in Alaska. Here are a few tips on how to get started:

  1. Choose a location for your course. You’ll need an ample, open space with plenty of hiding places and obstacles.
  2. Create a website that will help you promote your business and attract customers.
  3. Get the necessary permits and licenses from your state, if there are any. It may require some research, but you must ensure you operate legally and do not get in trouble. You may want to contact a law firm to review your safety waivers which all customers must sign to protect your company against liability and disputes.
  4. Purchase the equipment you need to host private parties and open play, which includes markers, hoppers, tanks, CO2, and paintballs.
  5. Find a supplier of paintballs at a reasonable price and order in bulk to save money. You’ll need to refill your supply regularly, so you must find a trustworthy supplier.
  6. Offer discounts and promotions to attract customers. Welcome beginners and give them some training. Many people are interested in trying new activities in a friendly and competitive environment, but they may not be aware of you. Offering discounts is a great way to get them in the door.
  7. Hold special events or tournaments to generate interest in your paintball arena, which is a great way to get people talking about your business and bring in new players. You may even get sponsors.

Are you having a hard time finding a course near you?

If you have difficulty finding paintball fields in Alaska, you can look at our main directory page for paintball arenas in other states.