The Exeter paintball park offers players the opportunity to play in a fantastic wooded setting with great natural terrain and superb purpose built game zones. Only 15 minutes from Exeter city centre it is a very popular paintball site with players coming from all over Devon to experience the awesome game zones and full on adrenaline paintball action. The Exeter site comprises all aspects of paintball play: team-work, communication and of course the need for individual bravery.
The latest semi-automatic paintball markers used at Exeter give you the ability to be accurate and deadly with your firepower as you lay heavy fire on the enemy, pinning them back and advancing up the game zone towards certain victory. The Exeter venue is a great location for all groups be it stag/hen parties, friends or work outings.
The Exeter paintball site, in Devon, will give each player a great taste of what real combat is all about as well as giving you endless laughs as you watch friends or colleagues being taken out of the game as you go on to be victorious.
Hidden away in the Devonshire woodland is a deserted village, or is it!! The Exeter paintball park is home to this mysterious village where no one has been seen for years. Your paintball mission is to make sure that all buildings are empty as the site is ear marked for development, however there is a surprise in store as ruthless paintball renegades are using it as their base to run their operation from. The rules are simple, flush ‘em out, clear the area and regain control. Be warned though, the opposition have plenty of hiding places here at Exeter and are likely to appear at any moment and from anywhere. The paintball Village is a real classic paintball game and a great chance to show off your paintball skills at Exeter.
The dense jungle of the Exeter paintball centre provides players with the ultimate setting for this paintball scenario. Camouflaged by the vegetation, the paintball guerrillas are guarding their Exeter Paintball HQ , preparing for an assault on a local village. Your Intel tells you that they are heavily armed and brutal towards any outsiders. You have been sent to destroy their Exeter paintball HQ and capture the outlaws before they become too powerful to over-throw. Quietly but quickly you will need to advance through the Exeter paintball jungle towards the enemy, there you will need to decide whether to storm in and lay down heavy paintball fire or pick them off one by one.
This game zone at the Exeter paintball venue is a classic attack and defend scenario. In the Castle at Exeter the opposition have to defend with their lives in order to holt the advances of the oncoming paintball team. When inside the Exeter paintball Castle you will need to use the cover provided in order to pop up and surprise the enemy as try to pick you off in order to win. When attacking the Exeter paintball Castle you and your team will need to communicate and spread out over the game zone so you are able to cover every angle of the structure. Patience at Exeter is vitally important as you can easily waste shots as the opposition cower for cover, so be precise and take them out when you have the chance. This is a real test for any paintball player and an opportunity to show off your paintball skills at Exeter with the gun.
You’ve seen the film now live it out for real. The crazed paintball Zulu’s are not happy with your presence on the their land and they will stop at nothing to take over your fortress. The rumours are true, these guys are hardcore paintball warriors who stare danger in the face without a flinch. You will need to be brave and every player will need to do their bit if you are to maintain control of your fortress. If they get too close they are sure to advance right up to the fortress walls and take your team out. Can you stand up to them and withstand the inevitable paintball onslaught that will lead to absolute paintball carnage. Only the very bravest paintball player will be left standing at the end - will it be you?
"Had a great day. Easy to find. Everything was explained well and the staff were very pleasant and helpful. The clothes to wear had seen better days and it wasn't particularly easy to find some that fitted as they were all in a huge heap to rummage through. Food provided was good and great that you could help yourself to as much tea and coffee as you wanted as it was a cold day. After speaking to our group we would award 4 out of 5."
Mrs Hawkins (Sidmouth)
"Just wanted to say me and my friends really enjoyed our day out at the paintball in Exeter. I would rate my I am used to larger areans as I used to play up in Birmingham , but make no mistake i will be returning to the Exeter site to participate once again!"
Simon Evans (Barnstaple)
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"We had a fantastic day with you, thankyou so much for being so organised and being so happy to help over the phone with my questions. We had an awesome day and I will definitely suggest you as a good contact for anyone hoping to go in the future."
Emily Sibley (Exeter)