The Northampton paintball park is a fantastic place to hold your event. Ideally located close to Northampton town centre, Milton Keynes, Bedford and easy to get to from all over Northamptonshire.
This paintball venue comprises some brilliant elements of natural woodland mixed with well crafted centre pieces for each game zone. Game zones at the Northampton paintball include: The Village, Bridges and No Mans Land. All zones will leave you charged up and ready to take on anything that the opposing team can fire at you.
At the Northampton park you will be armed with the latest semi-automatic paintball markers and equipment to make sure you day is set right from the very start. With the very best trained refs and staff looking after you, rest assured Paintball Northampton always delivers the premium paintball experience.
Whether your looking for a day out with friends, a stag party to a corporate office outing, the Northampton paintball centre will make sure you get the ultimate paintball experience.
Set in the lush, dense Northampton paintball woodland The Village is one of the most popular Northampton game zones with the visiting paintball groups. As the title suggests there are huts scattered across the paintball field and your objective is flush the opposition out and gain control of the village. You and your paintball team will need nerves of steel as you enter the village and start to seek the enemy. Make sure your aware at all times as the huts provide the perfect hiding places for the opposition to pop out and take you out of the paintball game. Communication at the Northampton venue is vital if you are to succeed on this tricky paintball game zone.
A huge paintball game zone awaits you with over 50 solid barricades to duck and dive behind. The opposition are spread amongst the Barricades and your team of elite paintball troops at Northampton must hunt them down and eliminate all that stand in your way. This paintball game is a great example of where teamwork and communication are paramount in order to seek out each player without losing too many paintball players yourselves. Barricades has become a favourite at the Northampton paintball venue due to its exciting nature and need for everyone to get involved.
An open area of the Northampton paintball venue with low ferns is the setting for this paintball game. This Northampton game zone features an island, surrounded by a river, and four bridges linking the island to the main game area. Your task is to access the island via the bridges and blow up their paintball HQ but beware these are heavily guarded by the enemy. Good tactics are very important for this paintball game at northampton as you will need to split into small units to take each bridge and then storm the Base to win in style. This is an exciting paintball game and is sure to get you and your team working together.
The House provides a classic paintball scenario of attack and defend at the Northampton paintball venue. The paintball team on the inside are able to use the House to protect themselves against the advances of the opposition on the outside. However, the real paintball fun at Northampton is when you are attacking the House. The enemy within are tucked away, they have positions under the House and on top so be aware of them trying to take you out early in the paintball game. As you move through the paintball game zone you will need duck and dodge the incoming paintball fire to survive. Be brave and as quickly as possible get to the House and enter it to raise the flag and be victorious.
As the name suggests this game is all about fast, furious paintball chaos. This Northampton game zone is designed to enable players to be aggressive in attack mode and leave little cover for the opposition to hide behind. Wherever you are on this paintball game zone you are involved, it literally is a case of dodging every paintball that comes your way. Speedball at Northampton is always a favourite with every paintball group as it is sure to throw up some surprises and guarantee that someone has a heroic tale to tell at the end.
"We went on a wet day and we we're worried that it would affect our experience. But from entrance to exit, our group was so welcomed! Staff were great, really helpful and really friendly! Everyone made the experience a really memorable one! I've been recommending it to friends and family since then! Can't wait to go back!!
Len Norris (Northampton)
"Had a great day paintballing is definitely something we would like to do again. And the staff made it fun to, would rate our experience a 5/5."
Natasha (Milton Keynes)
"The venue was located in a large plot of impressive woodland, and the well designed base camp added to the realistic war feel. Furthermore the staff were kind and professional. Also the ability to upgrade your gun and the range of extras gave the venue depth."
David Lyria (Cambourne)
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"Great venue with friendly staff that explained the routine and safety well. The site had great games some of which did not have that much cover making them even more exciting. The fort was a favourite. The only downside was the time waiting in between the games was sometimes rather lengthy. Would come again! Considering we chose a day where the temperature didn't go above freezing we had a brilliant day; in fact the frost and ice probably added to it! The bigger group games we played in the morning were of a good size and the arenas were well made and well planned. The only improvement I could possibly suggest would be a bit more variation maybe, for example in one arena there was an old scrap plane which looked really cool and gave different cover, maybe some more things like that would be good rather than everything just being wood! In the afternoon there were only six of us but the marshals suggested some different game types (like free for alls) and basically let us be in charge of what we wanted to do, which was brilliant fun and probably more enjoyable than the big games in the morning. Great to get a bbq for lunch too! The marshals knew what they were doing and were a good laugh; the equipment was fine (besides really foggy goggles, but i guess that can't be helped!) and the other players were competitive and fair. Awesome day out, we'll definitely return sometime."
Simon Webber (Rugby)