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Paintballing Chesterfield

Looking to play paintball in Chesterfield?

The nearest Delta Force Paintball Centres to Chesterfield can be found below:

  • Delta Force Sheffield Paintball Centre (16 miles) – Based on the outskirts of the Peak District National Park near Stocksbridge, the Delta Force Sheffield Paintball Centre is ideally positioned for visitors travelling from the surrounding areas of Barnsley and Rotherham, as well as being just 10 miles from Sheffield’s iconic shopping and nightlife. The centre offers seven mind blowing movie set game zones including Counter Strike, Dawn of the Dead and Golden Eye. Tom Cruise fans will love our giant attack chopper taken straight from the set of blockbuster movie Edge of Tomorrow!
  • Delta Force Kegworth Paintball Centre (27 miles) – Perfectly placed at Junction 24 of the M1, the Delta Force Kegworth Paintball Centre is ideal for those travelling by car or coach. The centre can be found less than a 30 minute drive from Nottingham’s iconic nightlife, including the UK’s only Hooters restaurant! With seven Hollywood inspired movie set game zones – including Dawn of the Dead, Speedball and Tomb Raider – the Delta Force Kegworth Paintball Centre is the number one choice for paintballing in the East Midlands.
  • Delta Force Wakefield Paintball Centre (28 miles) – Conveniently located at Junction 29 of the M1, the Delta Force Wakefield Paintball Centre is easily accessible for visitors travelling by car or coach. With Leeds city centre, Wetherby Racecourse and Roundhay Park all within close proximity, guests can easily combine a day of paintball with some sightseeing or socialising. The centre offers a whopping nine Hollywood inspired movie set game zones, including The Haunted Graveyard, London Apocalypse and Tomb Raider.

More about the town of Chesterfield

Chesterfield is a market town and a borough of Derbyshire in the East Midlands. Made up of several narrow Medieval streets, the town is home to one of the oldest pubs in Britain – the Royal Oak. Perhaps the town’s most famous feature is the crooked spire on top of the Church of St Mary and All Saints. Chesterfield’s football team are even nicknamed ‘The Spireites’ in its honour.