The Slough paintball centre is ideally located for players in the West London area. Within easy reach of Slough town centre, Heathrow, Staines and Maidenhead it is situated just off the M4. Due to its location it also attracts players from all over Berkshire and London too. This paintball venue is set in lovely woodland, which provides fantastic natural features with superb game zones that are designed for full on paintball action. The Slough paintball park boasts some of the best missions and variety of scenarios found at any paintball site in the Berkshire area. The Slough centre uses semi-automatic paintball markers, giving every player the chance to get trigger happy and charge through the game zones picking off the opposition . The Slough venue is a great location to have your stag/hen party, birthday or work outing and will leave you wanting to come back.
Missile Launcher - Berkshire
Scattered across undulating ground are many village huts, some are empty some are filled with the opposition team. Paintballing in the woods is fun but when you add an urban environment paintball is twice as extreme. Multiple windows, entries and exits will keep you on your toes as you attempt to secure the village from enemy occupation. You can raise your paintball marker and fire down on then other side but sooner or later your going to have to dig them out from inside those huts! This is one of the best fields at Slough. Capture the Communications Equipment or 84mm Anti-Tank Launcher and return it to your base. Protect your own equipment and base from invasion by the enemy. You will be under heavy incoming fire but you must minimise soldier and officer casualties.
Prisoner Of War - Berkshire
Paintball Slough offers a really high quality field in which you and your friends can battle it out. The noise is deafening as the teams come to meet in the centre of the field and the paintballs start flying. One of the largest fields, there are great barricades that you can use to leapfrog up the field… or cower from a paintball if necessary. Whether your paintball team decides to attack or defend it’s important to get yourself in behind a good barricade, if it’s a small one don’t invite a friend! One of your team-mates has been captured whilst out on an info.retreival mission. Assess the enemy positions and and locate your comrade and take him to the enemy’s insertion point in order to escape and win the game.
Defend the Fortress - Berkshire
The objective is clear but the action is chaos, the speedball arena offers the fastest close quarter paintball in Slough. The Speedball field is the smallest at the venue so pitches the teams into a real head to head paintball battle. Teams are forced to think fast or be out manoeuvred by the enemy. It is often not a case of who is the most accurate but who plays the most aggressive paintball will win on this field. Are you going to be a paintball Hero? The attacking team is housed at Tower 1, the defending team begins in the Fortress. Capture the Fortress and raise your flag. Repel the enemy attack and keep them from storming the Fortress.
Ultimate Survival - Berkshire
Your paintball team has been given the difficult assignment of an assault on the enemy bunker. Secret Documents lie within that are key for any further success in the campaign. Attacking the enemy position will take all of your paintballing skill and certainly test your nerve. The opposing side heavily defends the position; eliminate them all to gain access. Destroy all members of the enemy team. Get your hostage and the 84mm Anti-Tank Launcher to the extraction point in order to escape the advancing opposition.
Everyone had an excellent day and to say we had fun and a laugh is a bit of an understatement. The site and equipment was excellent as were the staff an we've already been planning when we can all go again. I doubt it'll be long before we're back again.
Jordan Worley "
Jordan Worley (Staines)
"Thank you for a great day. Three energetic 12 year-olds and two less energetic but keen forty-something's had a hugely enjoyable day! Your team were friendly, easy-going, but very safety aware. We thought the set up was great and the game areas were very imaginative. We look forward to coming again."
Mr B Rodrigues (Maidenhead)
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"I invited some of my closest friends to come paintballing for my birthday. I had heard how much fun it was and how painful too and that didnt put me off. When we arrived, although it was a little late because we got lost, we were greeted with smiles and some of the other keen paintballers. We got signed in and kitted out in our protective gear and masks and were shown the safety aspects. After this we went out on to the course and started battle. I can say it was pretty exhilarating and so much fun. When we all went for a break and had smiles on our faces as well as a few paintball splatters i knew everyone was having a brilliant time. and we were talking about battle plans and strategies. it was a great day and we interacted with the other paintballers and learnt to work as a team and generally had a laugh. I would recommend it to all my friends, with teh bonus that i only came away with 4 bruises.. that i could find. I would like to add that the Paintball organisers were really friendly and approachable, and they made the day easy with their words of encouragment."
Thaira Kauser (Watford)