Paintball is an enjoyable sport, and the paintball fields in Washington are the best place to try it. We list a wide range of parks and venues in our directory, offering a range of paintball game scenarios, indoor and outdoor, on different terrain. With so many to choose from, you will find one near you that can arrange your next party, or you may show up and play during walk-on open play. Paintball is an excellent activity to choose when you want to catch up with friends or family, and you also get exercise as a bonus.
See our table of contents to pick a field near your city.
Washington Paintball Fields Directory
Washington paintball fields are some of the best in the country, and you’ll be able to find one in almost every county. The fields are usually woodsball or speedball or custom fields that allow for specific game modes such as Capture the Flag, Protect the VIP, Rescue the Hostage, and more.
In our opinion, the best paintball fields in Washington are located either around the Seattle area or in the eastern part of the state, near Spokane. Especially the climate in the east is perfect for paintball: more sun and less rain, and warm summers and cold winters. There are several types of terrain to choose from, including woods and open fields.
Address: 19027 Milltown Rd, Mount Vernon, WA 98273, United States
Phone: +1 360-445-2571
- Saturday-Sunday 10 AM – 4 PM
- Saturday-Sunday 11 AM – 4 PM
ForestFire Paintball & Airsoft
Address: 17022 Burn Rd, Arlington, WA 98223, United States
Phone: +1 425-879-2102
- Saturday 11 AM – 3 PM
DoodleBug Sportz Outdoor Paintball Park
Address: 9600 115th Ave SE, Snohomish, WA 98290, United States
Phone: +1 425-257-9771
- Monday-Sunday 9 AM – dusk (private groups by reservation only)
- Saturday-Sunday 10 AM – 5 PM (open play)
KC Crusaders Paintball
Address: 13241 262nd Ave E, South Prairie, WA 98385, United States
Phone: +1 360-897-6267
- Monday-Friday By reservation only
- Saturday-Sunday 9 AM – 6 PM
Address: 20818 Jansky Rd E, Graham, WA 98338, United States
Phone: +1 360-893-3440
- 24 hours 7 days a week (private groups)
- Saturday-Sunday 10 AM – 4 PM (Walk-on)
Address: Flora Rd, Joint Base Lewis-McChord, WA 98433, United States
Phone: +1 253-912-8000
- Monday-Friday 8 AM – 5 PM (By reservation only)
- Saturday-Sunday 10 AM – 5 PM (Walk-ons are welcome)
Address: 20 S. Union Road, Elma, WA 98541, United States
Phone: +1 866-525-2877
- Seven days a week for private groups of 6+ people with reservations, according to the calendar on their website.
Master Blaster’s Paintball Park
Address: 107 Murray Rd N, Grapeview, WA 98546, United States
Phone: +1 360-277-9369
Opening hours: N/A
Woodland Paintball Action
Address: 3030 Lewis River Rd, Woodland, WA 98674, United States
Phone: +1 360 225-9631
- Monday-Saturday 8 AM – 8:30 PM (Please call and schedule)
Zombie Games Paintball
Address: 202 S Craig Rd, Airway Heights, WA 99001, United States
Phone: +1 509-879-8344
- Every 2nd and 4th Saturday of the month, 4 PM – 8 PM
Address: Spring Creek Rd, Ford, WA 99013, United States
Phone: +1 509-919-4569
Opening hours: N/A
Other Cities in Washington
Playground Amusements (Yakima)
Address: 15850 Ahtanum Rd, Yakima, WA 98903, United States
Phone: +1 509-901-8502
- Monday-Friday By Appointment
- Saturday-Sunday 9 AM – 8:30 PM
Red Dot Paintball Field (Richland)
Address: 3430 Beardsley Rd, Richland, WA 99354, United States
Phone: +1 509-820-3730
- Tuesday-Friday By Appointment
Lincoln Paintball (Ritzville)
We don’t know if this business is still operating as their website is down, and they haven’t posted anything on their Facebook page since 2015.
Address: 798 W Schoessler Rd, Ritzville, WA 99169, United States
Phone: +1 509-237-7806
Opening hours: N/A
Get listed in our directory
Do you own a paintball field in Washington and don’t see your venue listed? Get in touch, and we will add your business to the list. Please get in touch with us with your business information, address, website, social media profiles, and details. We would be happy to get you listed so that people in your area can easily find you.
Frequently Asked Questions and Answers
Paintball is a great way to have fun and adventure while being safe. Here are some frequently asked questions and answers to help you get started.
What is paintball?
Paintball is a sport where players eliminate opponents by hitting them with paintballs shot from a paintball marker.
How do I play paintball?
You can play paintball in many ways, but the most common is having two teams of players shooting at each other. The team that eliminates all of the players on the other team, or captures the flag, wins the game.
Is paintball safe?
Yes, paintball is safe when played with proper safety gear and under the supervision of experienced staff. Most fields are built with safety in mind, with features like bunkers, obstacles, and netting to keep players safe. Essential safety gear is paintball masks and barrel socks. Visitors usually stay in an enclosed area or far away from the field outside the paintball gun’s shooting range.
What do I need to play paintball?
All you need to play paintball is a marker, mask, and air tank. If you don’t own equipment, you can usually rent gear from the venue since that is one of the ways the business earns money, apart from hosting private parties and charging admission fees.
What are people saying about paintball in Washington?
People in Washington enjoy paintball. Some people are excited about it and think it’s a great way to spend some time, while others are not so sure or feel indifferent about it. A few people believe paintball is too dangerous and are worried about getting hurt.
Can Kids Play Indoor Paintball?
Yes, kids can play indoor paintball. Many paintball facilities have kid-friendly areas, equipment, and game types like low-impact paintball and gellyball, which are more suited for children of younger ages. Indoor paintball is an excellent way for kids to burn off energy and have fun. However, a quick lesson in safety and how to handle the equipment is always necessary before allowing kids to play. Also, an adult should always supervise the children and ensure they follow the rules and wear their protective masks.