Paintballing North East
Looking to go paintballing in the North East? There are three Delta Force Paintball Centres in the North East of England:
- Delta Force Newcastle Paintball Centre – Perfectly positioned near the A1 in Seaton Burn, the Delta Force Newcastle Paintball Centre is ideally situated for visitors travelling from the surrounding areas of Morpeth, Bedlington and Cramlington. Newcastle city centre is also just a 20 minute drive away. The centre is home to no fewer than five Hollywood inspired movie set quality game zones, including London Apocalypse, Zombies’ Crypt and Chemical Alley, and guests will find a huge FV432 armoured personnel carrier by the main gates on arrival.
- Delta Force Middlesbrough Paintball Centre – Located just off the A19 in Picton, the Delta Force Middlesbrough Paintball Centre is ideally positioned for visitors travelling from the surrounding areas of Northallerton, Darlington and Thornaby. Middlesbrough’s shopping and tourist attractions can also be found just 12 miles away. The centre is home to no fewer than five Hollywood inspired movie set game zones, including Train Assault, Bridge Attack and Gallion.
- Delta Force Hexham Paintball Centre – Located at De Vere Slaley Hall hotel on the outskirts of Newcastle, the Delta Force Hexham Paintball Centre is perfectly positioned for visitors travelling from the surrounding areas of Haltwhistle, Consett and Brampton. The centre is home to no fewer than five Hollywood inspired movie set game zones, including Speedball, Fortress and Bridges.
More about North East England
The North East region covers Northumberland, County Durham, Tyne and Wear and the Tees Valley. Newcastle upon Tyne is the largest city in the region with a population of around 280,000. The North East is famous for tourist attractions such as Alnwick Castle and the Angel of the North. Famous names such as actor Rowan Atkinson and former England footballer Bobby Charlton hail from the North East.