Best Paintball in Georgia (GA)

Winner - Best Paintball in Georgia GA





Low Country Paintball in Ludowici is a nice place to play some paintball. They have some great woodsball fields with some fun appliances as hazards among other things like forts and walls. This is a really great woodsball area, with both easy and difficult terrain, and lots of opportunities to sneak around. Their field and rental fees are reasonable, and their paint prices aren’t too bad either. They have great discounts for military and first responders, so make sure you take a look. Overall, Low Country Paintball is totally worth checking out, so make sure you plan a day to head out and play some paintball! Waivers are required from players before playing. Players under 18 will need the signature of a parent or guardian.



Located in Macon is a great little paintball park. Their outdoor fields have a lot of fun hazards and cover. From large pipes and oil drums to spools and bunkers, plus more natural obstacles. They have X-ball and Speedball fields, as well as Hyperball and woodsball fields. Their field and gear rental prices are right around what you would expect, very fair. If you intend to rent equipment plan on also purchasing paint on site, as they require field paint to be used in rental equipment. Like their gear and field fees, their paint prices are very reasonable, about what you would expect. On Target Paintball has open play on Saturdays and Sundays, and is open for reservations only on weekdays. All in all, On Target Paintball has a lot to offer. You’d do well to check out their open play weekends. It’s a great place to spend a Saturday! All players are required to sign a waiver prior to play. Players under 18 must also get the signature of a parent or guardian. The waiver can be downloaded from their website.



Hopper’s Paintball & Airsoft located in Savannah is a really fun place for a day of paintball. They offer traditional paintball, Low Impact paintball, and airsoft. Their rental and field fees are good, as are their paint prices. Low Impact uses a lower velocity and smaller caliber so it hurts less. This makes it ideal for younger players, and players new to paintball who may be hesitant to give it a try. Hopper’s Paintball & Airsoft also has a summer camp during the summer months that’s definitely worth taking a look at. They have eight themed fields so you’ll have a variety of ways to play. They have a lot of really fun hazards like a bus, castle, cars, gutted house, and more. At the end of the day, you’ll have had a blast playing at Hopper’s Paintball & Airsoft, so do yourself a favor and go check it out! All players must turn in a signed waiver before playing. Players under 18 years of age will also need the signature of a parent or guardian. The waiver can be filled out electronically on their website.



Classic Paintball Pro in Lithia Springs is a paintball park worth visiting. They have some scenario fields that are great fun, including themed ones like Town with some great urban hazards. Their fields are netted so spectators can enjoy the games, too. Their field and gear rental prices are fair, and they also offer group rates for groups of ten or more. You can use your own paint, but there is an up charge of $10 to discourage it for safety and quality assurance reasons. We would recommend buying paint on site unless you’re really hardcore about a particular brand. For new players, avoid paint sold in Big Box stores as it may be expired and less safe. Classic Paintball Pro also occasionally hosts tournaments and other events, so keep an eye on their events calendar! Overall, Classic Paintball Pro is a really solid paintball park, and you’re sure to have a great time playing there. All players must sign a waiver prior to playing. The minimum age to play is 10 years. Players under 18 must also get the signature of a parent or guardian. Filing the waiver also automatically starts a punch card, and on your 6th visit they will waive the field fee. The waiver can be downloaded from their website.