Paintball Milton Keynes – Banbury Paintball Centre
The Banbury Paintball Centre is set in beautiful woodland just to the west of Milton Keynes. Paintball Milton Keynes is the best and most convenient place to play paintball in Buckinghamshire, paintball in Banbury, paintball in Northampton or paintball in Oxford.
The Banbury Paintball Centre is located just to the west of Milton Keynes (on the way to Banbury) and is set in peaceful, natural forest. All game zones are within short walking distance of the base camp, ensuring maximum playing time. The Banbury Paintball Centre is equipped with the best selection of paintball game zones in the UK, including an impressive stone bridge crossing with border patrol huts and 40 tonne tank, and a 3-storey fortress with a fortified sniper tower. We employ local staff with a good knowledge of the area and are only a short drive from the treetop walk based in Salcey Forest, which is just 10 minutes up the road. Please note – for anyone wishing to play paintball in Oxford, paintball in Bedford, or paintball in Northampton – this paintball centre will be your most convenient choice.
Pyrotechnics available: Paint grenades, Smoke grenades, Mk5 Thunderflashes
Game Zones: A Bridge Too Far, Castle Wallenberg, Chemical Alley, Mad Murphy’s Jungle Attack, Minefield Attack, WWII Bunker Buster
Hinton Airfield, Steane
GPS Coordinates: N52.030455, W1.211664
From the north:
Exit the M40 at Junction 11 onto the A422. At the roundabout take the 2nd exit and continue on the A422 heading towards Northampton/Brackley. At the next roundabout, take the 3rd exit towards Farthinghoe and Brackley. Continue on A422 through the village of Fathinghoe. As you leave the village, take the second right hand turn after the speed camera, signposted Hinton Airfield. The speed limit along this lane is 40mph. Follow the lane to the end and onto the airfield, keeping on the same road. The airfield has a speed limit of 10mph. Once on the airfield follow the Delta Force signs.
From the south:
Exit the M40 at Junction 10 and at the roundabout take the 2nd exit onto the A43, heading towards Milton Keynes/Northampton. Continue on the A43 through 5 roundabouts and after approximately 6 miles you will reach another roundabout. Take the first exit onto the A422, signposted Fathinghoe. Before you reach the village of Fathinghoe turn left, following the sign for Hinton Airfield. The speed limit along this lane is 40mph. Follow the lane to the end and onto the airfield, keeping on the same road and adhering to the speed limit of 10mph. Once on the airfield, follow the paintball centre signs.