Delta Force Paintball Cardiff (also known as 'Canewood') is set in spectacular woodland which provides players with a stunning backdrop to their games. Paintballing in Cardiff has always been popular now there is really something for keen paintballers to get excited about! With 6 stunning game zones, including 'A Bridge Too Far' (with 3 large bridge structures), and the unique 'D-Day Landings' - there's a great challenge here for everyone. Paintball in South Wales at it's best!
Pyrotechnics available: Smoke grenades
By car from the M4:
Exit the M4 at Junction 34 (A4119). Follow signs for Llantrisant. Drive approximately 1 mile to traffic lights, and at traffic lights turn right (signposted Groes Faen). Continue on the A4119 and ignore the Pentyrch / Creigau turn off (Canada Lake Fisheries). After 4 miles, once you have crossed over the M4 bridge, follow the road downhill and the bottom turn left into Rhydlafar Drive (at the Cardiff Medical & Mobility Centre signposted Pentyrch). At the small roundabout take the second exit into Church Road. Drive under the M4 bridge, then take an immediate second right. After 300 yards you will arrive at the Paintball Centre.
By car from Cardiff:
Take Llantrisant Road (A4119) towards the old Rhydlafar hospital. Turn right into Rhydlafar Drive (at the Cardiff Medical & Mobility Centre). At the small roundabout take the second exit into Church Road. Drive under the M4 bridge, then take an immediate second right. After 300 yards you will arrive at the Paintball Centre.
Take a train to Radyr Station, the Paintball Centre is 30-40 minutes walk from the station; best to get an inexpensive taxi.
From Cardiff central bus station, take bus service 122 (ask for Rhydlafar - limited Sunday service). Drop off is a 10 minute walk from the Paintball Centre.