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Typical gear worn during scenario games - photo by Phgoto by Patty Leon


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Hidden in our own back-yard is a gem of an outdoor sporting locale for paintball and scenario game enthusiasts. Low Country Paintball off Highway 57 in Long County provides the opportunity to participate in paintball and scenario games.
Owned and operated by husband and wife team of William (Billy) and Paula Smith since 1999, LCP is a facility that caters to the community and military families.
LCP encompasses 63 acres of varied terrain, offering different playing fields that include a bunker field, two-story tower, and a 300-foot speedball field with netting. The speedball field is an open field better suited for automatic weapons.
LCP hosted the Scenario Paintball Players League Georgia qualifier last weekend. The event had 11 teams competing for a chance to be one step closer to the championships as they head to the Oklahoma qualifier.  
LCP was featured in the April 2007 edition of Paintball Magazine for its Free Finale every December that enables teams to register at no cost to play in a tournament marking the end of the LCP season.
Last year, the event had approximately 1,100 participants. The business was featured in Recon Magazine honoring the Smiths in their “Field of Dreams,” article, as one of the best paintball fields in our region.
LCP has an onsite pro-shop that rents and sells supplies. The facility can accomodate large parties for special events Green fees start at $10, and they have a qualified staff of referees on hand to facilitate the games. LCP hosts a military night once a week and on occasions have been used for military training. Reservations are required.
For more information, call 663-2314  or visit
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