The Nottingham Paintball Venue offers 10 different stimulating and challenging game zones with one of them, the ‘Hyperball’ even appearing on Sky Sports! This is a game of intense pressure played at an extremely fast pace for all you paintball adrenalin junkies out there. Here at Nottingham you will be sure to enjoy each and every minute of your time spent here knowing you are in safe hands. Running since the early 1980’s not only is the Nottingham Venue well established but they also use the latest paintball gear allowing you to get the most out of your day. Paintball is a sport loved by all groups and ages. Forever popular with the Stag and Hen parties due to its close proximity to Nottingham town they can also cater for corporate groups, birthdays and just a random get together with friends. The Nottingham Paintball Venue prides itself on offering some of the best facilities in the region. With its real life army tank in their safety camp and vast woodland to play this will be a sure fire hit with all playing Paintball here at Nottingham.
Castle Colditz - Nottinghamshire
Paintball in Nottingham offer’s probably the largest castle complex of its kind. Customers will get a chance to play paintball in a two storey building covering over one thousand square metres with watch towers and perimeter walkways. The castle is the perfect place to harbour prisoners that could not be contained elsewhere. The field can be played with two objectives break in or break out. Paintballing on this field is a truly unique experience and is sure to keep you coming back to Nottingham.
Tank Convoy - Nottinghamshire
You are paintballing deep in the middle of he Nottingham woodland and an enemy convoy has stopped for refuelling. Your paintball team has been given an opportunity to strike! Move through the woodland and unleash paintballs on the unsuspecting enemy in a surprise attack.
Maze - Nottinghamshire
A maze of netting sets the scene for this paintball game. You can see the enemy but how do you get to them? Armed with your paintball marker track down and eliminate the opposition just don’t get cornered in a dead end!
Hyperball - Nottinghamshire
This is the most fast paced action packed paintball field at Nottingham. The only thing that separates you and the enemy are huge plastic tubes. You must stay alert and use clever tactics to be able to outwit your opponents.
Village of the Damned - Nottinghamshire
This village in Nottingham comes complete with a church, prison and tower block. Your paintball team must traverse all of these obstacles and then the enemy! Paintballing in this village is great due to the variety of the game zone!
"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)
"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)
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"The paintball experience was simply awesome. It was my first time doing it, but certainly not my last. The length of the games are just right and after you get over the initial fear of being "shot" it is a great day to be had. Really impressed and highly recomended."
Chris Corbett (Shawbirch)