Paintball Sidcup | Paintballing Sidcup | Paintball Kent

Paintball Sidcup | Paintball Kent

Sidcup's Premier Venue

Ruxley Wood, Sandy Lane, Kent, DA14 5AH.

Please note this venue has now closed.

Please see our Rochester and South London locations.

The Sidcup Paintball Venue is an exceptional venue located in over 40 acres and is conveniently situated just off the A20 near Bromley. This Paintball Venue is popular with all groups in and around the Kent area ranging from Stag and Hens to corporate days out. There are 5 game zones to play with Sidcup priding itself on their ’exceptional attack and defend’ game zone. Here at Sidcup you will find experienced marshals on hand to give you the optimum day out with some of them even being semi-professional paintball players. With its idyllic location serving the Kent area many players choose to return to the Sidcup Paintball venue time and time again.

The Sidcup venue has been operating many years and can offer a great day out for occasions such as birthdays where you may be looking for a celebration with a difference. Paintball offers the chance to enjoy the outdoors and with the Sidcup Venue being near Bromley and the M25 this will be a first choice for many wanting to play Paintball.

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  • Car Parking available

  • Toilets

  • Nearest train station:
    3 miles away

  • 24 hour money back guarantee

At a Glance:

  • Smoke Flares £3.00
  • Arrival Time 08:45
  • Finish time 16:00
  • Minimum age
Address: Ruxley Wood, Sandy Lane, Kent, DA14 5AH.
Sat Nav Coordinates: N 51° 24' 39" E 0° 7' 34"

Game Zones


Paintball in a village environment adds endless twists and turns that do not occur in normal wood’s play. Paintball in Sidcup offers a great village field in which to test all of your team’s tactics to the max. Each team starts either side of the village so that the main fire fight will ensue in the centre of town! The hut’s offer some great hiding spots for the players that want to snipe out the enemy with paintball. But also some great cover for the Rambo’s that want to kick doors down and clear buildings. Be careful of the blind corner’s you never know where the other paintball team maybe hiding!


The clue is in the title of how this paintball game will unfold. This is the smallest game zone at the Sidcup venue that also makes it one of the most enjoyable paintball fields at. The teams start off within eyesight of each other so there’s no fear of a lurking enemy, but it works both ways- you know where they are and they know where your hiding. There is a lot of cover on this field, which encourages fast aggressive paintball. The best form of defence is offence and this field guarantees some close quarter paintballing action.


A far more open field with two bases, two bases and one objective, “liberate” the enemy flag! Armed only with you paintball markers your team must push through to the enemy base camp grab their flag and return it to your own base. The middle of the field is dominated by oil drums that offer great protection from the onslaught. The two teams are sure to meet in the centre but make sure you remember the objective when the paintballs fly. Another great field at Sidcup.