The Maidenhead paintballing centre - located in Berkshire to the west of London - is almost purpose built for James Bond fans. If youve seen Casino Royale you might recognise the fleet of Soviet era military trucks used in the movie, now dominating our Maidenhead paintballing centre. We often feature props from well known Hollywood movies at our paintballing centres so come on down and see them for yourself.
Located in the stunning Hertfordshire countryside, not far from central Hemel Hempstead, the Kings Langley paintballing centre has made good use of its idyllic surroundings to construct some truly fantastic game zones - some of which even feature props from blockbuster Hollywood movies.
The Hemel Hempstead paintballing centre is located near Aylesbury, making it perfect for visitors from neighbouring Buckinghamshire, Hertfordshire and the North West London area. You wont even need to worry about parking when you arrive because you will be parking on a former WW2 US Air force runway that comes complete with unlimited parking spaces.
Located in West London the Gerrards Cross paintballing centre is the place to go for outdoor entertainment in and around Buckinghamshire. This awesome paintballing centre is also easily accessible thanks to great links to the M25 and M40, making it ideal for visitors from Maidenhead, High Wycombe and Uxbridge. So come on down and check it out.
The Effingham paintballing centre is located just south of London in Surreys beautiful Effingham forest. Making full use of the stunning surroundings, the centre offers guests a massive 7 game zones in total - including the immensely popular Speedball Arena. The Effingham paintballing centre is also incredibly accessible due to being located close to both the M25 and Effingham Junction train station.
The Cobham Paintballing Centre is Britannias flagship centre, located just South of London via the M25. As you might imagine from our flagship centre, weve pulled out all the stops to bring visitors the very best paintballing Surrey has to offer. Guests may be familiar with the two helicopters that dominate basecamp - one from the TV show Silent Witness and the other from the time travel epic starring Tom Cruise - The Edge of Tomorrow.