Paintball is a great way to spend a day with friends, family, or co-workers, and many different types of games can be played at one of the many paintball fields in Oregon. Navigate through the table of contents to find one near you.
Directory of Places to Play Paintball in Oregon
Here you will find some of the many Oregon paintball fields. Each location offers different features, and most have the rental gear to fit every player’s needs. Safety is always a top priority in paintball, so follow the rules of the game and wear the proper safety gear, so everyone will have a great time.
Impact Action Sports
Address: 19265 SW Schaber Ln, Tualatin, OR 97062, United States
Phone: +1 503-213-3230
- Thursday 4 PM – 8 PM
- Saturday-Sunday 10 AM – 5 PM
- Every day By Reservation
Address: 10381 S Mulino Rd, Canby, OR 97013, United States
Phone: +1 503-266-5733
- Saturday-Sunday 10 AM – 5 PM
Splat Action Paintball Park (Molalla)
Address: 32155 S Grimm Rd, Molalla, OR 97038, United States
Phone: +1 503-467-1855
- Monday-Friday By Reservation Only (10+ people)
- Saturday-Sunday 10 AM – 5 PM (or until sunset)
Sniperzden Paintball Park (St Paul)
Address: 20794 French Prairie Rd NE, St Paul, OR 97137, United States
Phone: +1 971-235-0000
Website: sniperzden.com, gregredhastings.com/sniperzden
Opening hours: N/A
Address: 3046 Portland Rd. NE Salem, OR 97301, USA
- Monday-Friday 1 PM – 9 PM
- Saturday 11 AM – 9 PM
- Sunday Closed
Weekend Warriors NW (Molalla)
Address: 38200 S Nowlens Bridge Rd, Molalla, OR 97038, United States
Phone: +1 503-391-4313
Opening hours: N/A – It seems to be temporarily closed
Camp Dakota (Scotts Mills)
Address: 1843 Crooked Finger Rd NE, Scotts Mills, OR 97375, United States
Phone: +1 503-873-7432
- Summer: Seven days a week
- Winter: Saturday-Sunday 10 AM – 5 PM
- Appointment required.
Albany Outdoor Paintball
Address: 150 41st Ave SE, Albany, OR 97322, United States
Phone: +1 541-220-9610
Opening hours: See the schedule on their website.
S&F PaintBall the Swamp field (Lebanon)
Address: 38488 Shady Oak Lane, Lebanon, OR 97355, United States
Phone: +1 541-409-0511
- Saturday-Sunday 9 AM – 4 PM
Other cities in Oregon
Diamond Hill Paintball Park (Harrisburg)
Address: 22919 N Coburg Rd, Harrisburg, OR 97446, United States
Phone: +1 541-285-0073
- Monday-Friday Can Open By Request
- Saturday-Sunday 10 AM – 4 PM
DMZ Paintball Field (Central Point)
Address: 4757 Gebhard Rd, Central Point, OR 97502, United States
Phone: +1 541-770-2620
- Saturday for Private Parties Only
- Sunday 9 AM – 4 PM (Walk-on open play)
HDS Paintball Field (Bend)
Address: 57415 Ft Rock Rd, Bend, OR 97701, United States
Phone: +1 458-231-1734
Opening hours: N/A
Ontario Paintball Challenge
Address: 668 Sugar Ave, Ontario, OR 97914, United States
Phone: +1 208-741-0509 (Call after 6 PM)
Opening hours: N/A
Do You Own a Paintball Field in Oregon and want to get listed here?
If you own a paintball venue in Oregon, we can list you in our directory of paintball businesses so your customers can more easily find you. Our directory is one of the state’s most comprehensive resources for paintball businesses, and we try to update it regularly with new listings or new information. Directories are one of the ways customers find businesses when looking for a place to play paintball in Oregon.
If you’re a field owner or consider to open a paintball business, here are a few tips:
- Customers want to know if the field is well-maintained and how the facilities are.
- Customers care about transparent pricing. Let them know in advance. Listing prices in your venue, website, and social media posts are also considered good customer service.
- Customers have safety concerns. Give them good instructions and make them feel safe and that you take it seriously.
- Customers remember how you made them feel. They may not remember all the details, features, prices, and events at your venue, but they do remember whether they had fun, felt good and safe, were treated well, and so on. They will also remember if they had a bad experience or felt uneasy, uncomfortable, irritated, or annoyed. Make them feel good, and they will associate good memories with your paintball venue.
- There are many ways you can make money from your business. You can offer team-building activities for youth groups or corporations, take bookings for birthday parties and bachelor parties, sell pizza, offer low-impact paintball for kids, and specialize in making it a family-friendly environment.
Frequently Asked Questions
Do I need to sign a waiver?
Most paintball venues require you to sign a waiver before playing. This protects the venue from liability in case of injury and is standard practice across the country. The waiver will usually state that you understand the risks of playing and accept responsibility for your safety.
Can you play paintball in the rain?
Yes, you can play paintball in the rain. However, the weather can impact how much fun you have and the conditions on the field. If it is sunny, you may enjoy playing, and if it rains, you may still have fun, but the party may not be as enjoyable. Some field owners may close the course during heavy rain to protect the ground and terrain from wear, especially grass fields are prone.
Are paintball fields in Oregon safe?
Yes, paintball games in Oregon are safe. Most parks have safety regulations to protect players, such as always wearing masks, having safe spaces, having referees, using barrel socks, testing and calibrating equipment, and more. Paintball is a relatively safe sport, but there are always risks associated with any physical activity. The best way to stay safe while playing is to be aware of your surroundings, always wear your mask during a game, and to use common sense.
May I bring my own paintball gun and goggles?
Yes, you can bring your own paintball gun and goggles to a field if the venue allows it. They will almost always have rentals available. Please be aware that some fields have strict rules about what equipment is allowed on the premises, so check with the staff before bringing anything in.
May I bring my own paintballs to the field?
Some paintball venues have a strict field-paint-only policy, so you must check with the venue before bringing your own paintballs. One of the ways field owners make money is to charge for paintballs. Only allowing field paint is another safety policy, as they can control the quality and type of paintballs used on their field.
What are people saying about paintball in Oregon?
Since its inception in the early 1980s, paintball has become one of America’s favorite pastimes. And Portland, Oregon, is no exception! Here is what some customers have reported after visiting one of these paintball parks:
“An exhilarating and thrilling experience” – Viola Wills.
“We enjoyed a day of fun and excitement with friends. No regrets” – Tony Zavala.
“The paintball park’s facilities were clean and neat. Our family has people of all ages, and everyone had a great time” – Martha Rodriguez.
“It’s so satisfying when you nail the opponents with a shot. It left me wanting more” – James Renner.
“I like it. I’m impressed” – Francisco Armstrong.
What is the minimum age limit for paintball in Oregon?
There is no minimum age limit for playing paintball in Oregon. If you are an adult, 18 years or older, you will be asked to sign a waiver. Having a parent sign a waiver for you if you are a minor is standard practice. Most fields have rules, and many allow kids aged ten or older to play as long as an adult supervises them.
Will paintballs stain my clothes?
Paintballs are water-soluble, so they will not permanently stain your clothes. However, you may want to wear old clothes that you don’t mind getting ruined, just in case. The courses are built on varied terrain and can be dirty, muddy, slippery, or rough, so don’t wear your most precious set of clothes.