Located in the picturesque surroundings of 30 acres of untouched woodland, the Orpington paintballing centre is the place to be for paintball in South East London. This centre is also ideally located for visitors from Kent and the coast. When you visit, be sure to visit our two-storey Castle Wallenberg game zone - it really is not to be missed.
The Upminster paintballing centre is located in East London - perfect for players from neighbouring areas such as Essex. This centre is easily accessible by car - thanks to being located within the M25, and also has great links to the London underground via Upminster District line - making it one of the most easily accessible paintballing centres in the UK.
The Westerham paintballing centre is located in Kent, not far from Junction 6 of the M25. Set within dense woodlands the Westerham centre makes full use of the space to offer 7 incredible game zones - including the amazing Gold Rush scenario, set in the Wild West , offering a mini-village complete with shops, a bank and even a saloon bar!
Situated among 40 acres of plantation, the Billericay paintballing centre takes pride and place in the village of Stock in Essex - making it ideally located from visitors from surround Essex, London and Kent. With six amazing game zones available, making full use of those acres of land, you really are in for a treat when you visit the Billericay paintballing centre.
The Britannia Crawley paintballing centre is located outside the town centre, just off the M23 providing the perfect location for both South London players and visitors from the coast. This centre is also extremely accessible for visitors from Surrey and Kent. With six exciting game zones to choose from you wont be disappointed when you visit the Crawley paintballing centre.
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.