Our Nottingham Paintball site has 10 exhilarating terrains for parties of all abilities.
This venue has some of the best paintballing facilities in Nottinghamshire, with huge areas of woodland to hide in and an actual army tank on site. Each game zone is designed to test players wits and cunning against their opponents, using the latest paintball gear so your day runs without a hitch.
The site has one of the largest castle terrains of its kind, challenging players to hold their territory while battling off the enemy from all sides.
Our paintball Nottingham team caters for your ability, whether you’re a paintballing beginner or veteran. The marshals on site have over 20 years of experience and can keep your paintballing session moving at a pace which you’re comfortable with.
Located close to the city of Nottingham, this site is perfect for friendly get-togethers or corporate events.
Paintball Nottingham caters for:
- Stag and hen parties
- Corporate events
- Team building events
- Birthday parties
- Small groups
- Large groups
Our Nottingham Paintball venue has one of the largest castle complex of its kind. Unique to Nottinghamshire, this zone is great for large parties to cover the entire field.
Players can fight in a two-storey building covering over 1000 square metres with watch towers and perimeter walkways. The field can be played with two objectives: break in or break out.
Harbour your prisoners in this zone, but stay alert as the enemy could be behind, above or right in front of you.
Using full-scale tanks and heavy machinery, give your paintball battle a military feel.
Paintball in Nottingham gives you the chance the use your camo gear to its full advantage. This experience is based deep in the Nottinghamshire woodland so you can stalk your enemy through the trees and launch a surprise attack when they stop to refuel.
For military enthusiasts, this game zone gives you a change of pace and allows teams to use military tactics to win.
Nottingham’s paintball Maze game zone is ideal for teams who love a high octane paintballing battle.
Through a maze of netting, watch as the enemy gets disoriented with the twists and turns. But don’t lose your way yourself as they could be just behind the corner. You need sharp eyes and nerves of steel to win this paintballing zone.
This game map is great for smaller parties who’ve played paintball before.
For paintball enthusiasts, this game zone is all about strategy, teamwork and quick thinking.
Hyperball is the fastest paced site in our Nottingham Paintball venue. Using stacks of tyres and low level barricades spread across the arena, your team needs to plan ahead to outwit your opponents.
This Nottingham zone is a favourite for experienced paintballers in large parties.
Paintballers of all levels enjoy the challenge that this zone brings to the battle.
Players enter the site and find a church, prison and a tower block. Find your way through these obstacles while tracking the enemy to give them a surprise attack.
As one of the most varied arenas in our Paintball Nottingham venue, all abilities can fight their way to victory by outsmarting opponents and working as a team.
"There was a large variety of different games and it all moved at a quick pace which never allowed you to become bored. Everyone was included completely, the staff were friendly and you felt safe. All round an excelent day out that we are already thinking of repeating.
Jim Gibson (Nottingham)
"The paintball day was amazing we had a great day. Friendly and helpful environment, I would definitely recommend UK paintball
Connor Woodhall (Nottingham)
"the sixteen people who attended our paintballing day had a fantastic experience. the two marshalls kit kat were brilliant they arranged the groups and games so that we had the best day we could possibly have. will definitely want to do this kind of activity again."
R Daniels (Sheffield)
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"When my friends and I talked about the paintballing at Nottingham site, we totally agreed that it was a great day even though it was wet and cold on that day. We had 27 players in total and were divided to two teams. It was the first time for me to be a captain, leading a war with 'real' bullets. I was so excited that I nearly forgot the pain caused and my frozen feet in wet shoes. We had been involved in eight different game zones, including Arnheim Bridge and The village of the Damned which we thought were most interesting places. By the way, we want to thank the judges and manager. They are very nice and kind. They gave us a clear introductions about the game rules and safety issues to make sure nobody would get hurt in the games. They are great and many thanks go to them. When it gets warm, I will organise another game with my friends."
Jianke Ye (Bunny)