Paintball is a tiny sport in Montana, and there are few paintball fields in the state. Most are near Billings, and a few are temporarily or permanently closed down. But for the few that are still open, they offer a great activity to get exercise and have fun with friends and family. Courses can be indoors, but we have mostly found outdoor ones.
Directory of Places to Play Paintball in Montana
Here is the directory for Montana paintball fields. Use it to find a venue near you that suits your budget and interests and works with your schedule.
Wild Rose Paintball
Address: 6601 Mainwaring Rd, Acton, MT 59002, United States
- Saturday 9 AM – 6 PM
- Sunday 12 PM – 5 PM
Address: 144 S 64th St W, Billings, MT 59106, United States
Opening hours: By Appointment
Kalispell & Flathead Reservation Area
Montana Action Paintball (Kalispell)
Address: 1717 Smith Lake Rd, Kalispell, MT 59901, United States
Opening hours: By Booking
HWY 1 Paintball (Anaconda)
Address: 1106 Smith St, Anaconda, MT 59711, United States
- Monday-Friday Closed
- Saturday 11 AM – 7 PM
- Sunday 11 AM – 7 PM
Address: 368 US-89, Vaughn, MT 59487, United States
Opening hours: N/A
Do You Own a Paintball Field in Montana? Get listed here!
Our goal is to have the most comprehensive list of Montana paintball fields, so if you are an owner, contact us, and we’ll get you listed here so your customers can find you. We want you to send us details about your paintball arena, your prices for rental gear, hours of operation, and contact information. We will review it and list you if you meet our criteria.
By getting listed in directories, your customers can find you online, and hosting private events for teams or groups, like birthday parties, is the best way to make money as a business owner.
What are people saying about paintballing in Montana?
People are overall giving positive feedback. Even though it’s not the most significant community and quite a few courses to play on in the state, people still think it’s a great experience, and the players are friendly. Some people prefer open play, and others believe paintball games are great for private parties.
Can you paintball on public land in Montana?
No. Generally, you need local authorities’ permission to play on Montana outdoor public land and across the country.