Best Paintball in Idaho (ID)

Winner - Best Paintball in Idaho ID





Fast Eddy’s Paintball in Blackfoot is a fun paintball field. They have one four acre woodsball field. It’s filled to the brim with natural hazards, of course, but also has additional obstacles and cover such as log bunkers. They also a Speedball field that was built with the help of their player base! The community came together and helped prep for the new field. This is a great way to build a tight community and maybe meet some new teammates. Fast Eddy’s offers really reasonable prices, and especially if you have your own gear. They are a field paint only park, so plan on buying your paint when you get there. Great staff, unique community building, and affordable prices. Fast Eddy’s is a great place to play some paintball. All players at Fast Eddy’s must sign a waiver before playing. Players under 18 will also need the signature of a parent or guardian. The waiver is available for download on their website.



Idaho Falls is the home of Bunker Village Paintball. They have one good sized field with a variety of obstacles. Hazards range from stacked giant tires and spools to to pallet barriers and a two story fortress. Bunker Village Paintball may not be the fanciest in Idaho, but it’s quite likely the most affordable, so you’ll get the most bang for your buck here for sure. They are open Thursday evenings, and Friday and Saturday all day. If you’re going to need rental gear we recommend calling ahead to reserve it. Their field has tons of open space around it, so you not only get a great game, but a great view as well. The ground is fairly even, which makes it easier to play on. Overall, they are a great place to spend your weekend! If you’re near Idaho Falls definitely make a stop at Bunker Village Paintball. Bunker Village Paintball requires a signed waiver from all of their players. Players under 18 will also need the signature of a parent or guardian. The waiver can be downloaded off their website.



Field of Fire North Paintball Adventures is a long-running paintball park in Rathdrum. They celebrated their 30th anniversary in 2018. In addition to traditional paintball they also offer Low Impact paintball. Low Impact utilizes smaller caliber paintballs and guns that fire at a lower velocity so it hurts even less than traditional paintball. Low Impact is perfect for players as young as 8 years old, or players who are new to the sport and may be nervous. It’s still fun for all ages though, not just kids! Field of Fire North has open play every Saturday and Sunday, and accepts reservations on weekdays. Their prices are reasonable, and you are allowed to bring your own paint if you want. They have a great woodsball field with some awesome bunkers, including log cabin style bunkers, plus a lot of other natural hazards. They occasionally host events, so keep an eye on their events calendar! Field of Fire North Paintball Adventures has been open almost as long as paintball has been around so they definitely know what they’re doing. Do yourself a favor and head over there this weekend for open play! Field of Fire North Paintball Adventures requires their players to submit a signed waiver. Players from ages 8-17 must also get the signature of a parent or guardian. Players under 10 cannot join open play, and must play Low Impact. The waiver can be found on their website.



Ahsahka’s Muleshoe Paintball Park is a great place to spend a Saturday. They have ten acres of fields for paintballing, and cater to both beginners and advanced players. Their prices are mostly fair, but your best deal will be bringing your own equipment, though they do have equipment to rent. Their paint is really cheap, so picking it up on site won’t hurt. They have some great hazards on their fields, including a ton of cars and trucks for cover, and other obstacles like silos. Plus you get to enjoy a beautiful view of the mountains while you play. Call ahead for their hours and availability. Muleshoe is a beautiful place to enjoy some paintball. Great fun, and gorgeous hangout!



Located in Nampa is the largest paintball park in the Boise area: Pyrrhic Paintball. They have fair prices and just about any gear you might need to rent or buy. They even have some fun extra like paint and smoke grenades to take your game to the next level. Pyrrhic Paintball is a field paint only park, but they have a wide variety of paint available, at a range of affordable prices. In addition to traditional paintball, Pyrrhic Paintball also has Low Impact peewee paintball for players as young as 8 years old. They have five great fields with hazards like tunnels, bunkers, cars and natural terrain. They have several scenario fields, and a Close Quarters Combat field. Pyrrhic Paintball runs special and themed events, so make sure you keep an eye on their events calendar! They also offer many different game types, so you have tons of ways to play. All of their fields are also available for airsoft. Don’t wait, get your paintball squad together and head out for a day of adrenaline fuelled fun! Pyrrhic Paintball requires signed waivers for all their players. Players under the age of 18 will need the signature of a parent or guardian. The waiver can be submitted electronically on their website.