Paintball in Birmingham is located to the south of the city centre and is the best place to play paintball for visitors from the surrounding areas such as Worcester, Leicester and Wolverhampton. The Birmingham Paintball Centre is located only a stone’s throw from Junction 4 of the M42 and is the largest paintball centre in the Midlands area.
Offering 10 action-packed game zones in 64 acres of mixed woodland, the Solihull Paintball centre provides customers with the ultimate day out. Trains, planes, giant stone pyramids, tanks… we have it all! If you’re organising a birthday celebration, an memorable stag or hen party or a corporate team-building event, then the Birmingham Paintball Centre is best placed to host your day out!
Pyrotechnics available: Smoke grenades
Game Zones: A Bridge Too Far, Command Post, Chemical Alley, Mad Murphy’s Jungle Attack, Minefield Attack, Pablo Escobar’s Jungle Airstrip, London Apocalypse, The Haunted Graveyard, Tomb Raider, Viet Cong Village
Cut Throat Lane, Earlswood
Hockley Heath, B94 6SE
GPS Coordinates: N52.354243, W1.797604
Exit the M42 at Junction 4. Take the A3400 towards Hockley Heath. After 2 miles, continue straight on past the Petrol Station on your left. After you pass the Wharf Pub on your right and Old Warwick Road on your left, take the next right into Spring Lane (B4101). After 500m, the road turns sharply left; take the right turn onto Cut Throat Lane. The entrance to the Paintball Centre is 1200m on the left, just before the bridge over the M42.
Mainline British Rail The Lakes Station or Dorridge Station. 20 minutes from Birmingham Moore Street Station. For train times call Network Rail Info on 08457 484 950 or visit www.nationalrail.co.uk. From the station you can walk or take an inexpensive taxi approximately 2 miles.
No bus service to centre.