Paintballing in Aberdeen
Paintball Aberdeen has some amazing game maps that are designed to challenge all types of paintball players, whilst being set in a great forest landscape. Recognized as one of the best sites in Scotland it has fantastic natural features from the vast woodland, mock fortresses and even a church incorporated into the game zones. The site has a number of superb games including: D-Day landings, The Stand-off and the impressive Black Fortress. All will test your paintball abilities out in the battlefield.
Paintball is the perfect choice for corporate and school groups seeking a team-building activity with a twist; hen, stag and birthday parties looking for an experience to remember; plus groups of friends who simply want an action-packed day away from their normal routine.
Paintball in Aberdeen is a must and is the ideal addition to any stag or hen weekend as well as being the perfect birthday outing. Paintball in Aberdeen is a great way to have fun and exercise and Aberdeenshire is ideally situated to offer various paintball venues in a range of forests, indoor paintballing and paintball centres.
Aberdeen’s most experienced paintball site is Battle Ground and now home to a fantastic range of outdoor activities including Archery, Airsoft, Laser Tag, Bubble Football and the Wilderness Challenge! With first-class facilities, a 100% safety record and specially designed arenas you can be sure to have the very best outdoor adventure experience with them.
Core94 Paintball (formally Claymore Paintball) has been running paintball activity days for a wide selection of customers for almost ten years. From children's birthday parties to school and youth groups, Hen parties to Stag groups, our paintballers always have a great day out at our site, 7 miles North of Aberdeen city centre, near Dyce.
Skirmish Aberdeen was established in 1986 and is the oldest venue in Scotland still running on the same site. They are fully Insured and members of the UK Paintball Sports Federation. The site on Lower Deeside is some 14 miles from Aberdeen city centre and features two fields of play totally different in character.