The 16 acre site is home to 6 unique bespoke game zones all innovatively designed by Andy Reeve and his team of professionals.
Set on a 16 acre site Polson Paintball offers mulitiple game formats with state of the art equipment. We offer multiple game formats, tailor made for each group’s requirements, using state of the art equipment.
The weapon of choice is a semi-automatic paintball gun or you can be more adventurous and add in some pyrotechnics, smoke and paint grenades. UK Paintball Sport Federation (UKPSF) marshalls are available to supervise games and are fully insured to health and safety requirements.
Too young to play paintball? We also offer Airsoft from the age of 8yrs – just give us a call!
Do not attempt to lift up or remove your mask in the game zones, If you do you will be ejected from the site
Do not fire paintballs at anyone closer than 5 meters
Paint grenades and smokes are available only for players over 18 years of age
Do not climb trees or structures
Listen to your game marshal at all times and follow their requests
You may only use paint bought at the site on that day
4 Game areas with multiple game formats
Buildings, bunkers and a river
Dedicated game marshal
Fully netted safe area
Hopper Capacity: 200
Feed Rate: 8 BPS
Firing Rate: 8 BPS
Barrel Length: 8.5 inches
Length: 19.6 inches
Weight: 2.9 lbs (without tank)
Effective Range: 150+ ft
Fully protective safety camo gear is provided for all participants. Facilities on site include hot & cold drinks, barbeque facilities, toilets and hot showers. Large parties are welcome.
We have four converted barns situated adjacent to the Paintball site. The town of Launceston is within a 1.5 miles with numerous pubs / bars / restaurants. Youth Parties (children over 11 with parental consent).
Open 7 Days A Week
Monday - Sunday: from 10.00am - Dark
(Just turn up and play anytime between those hours)
£25 - Including 300 shots.
£7 - 100 additional shots.
£30 - 500 additional shots.
£10 - All you can eat BBQ - Must be booked in advance.
Leave the M5 bearing left and merging into the A30 signposted Okehampton (among other junctions). Continue along the A30 for approximately 40 miles. Leave the A30 at the junction 'Liftondown', (approx 2 miles before Launceston) signposted Tavistock,Lifton, Liftondown and Polson. (this is a sharp left turn). At the end of the slip road, turn left at the T junction, signposted Polson, which takes you under the A30. You then drive parallel with the A30 through Liftondown. You'll drive down a fairly steep windy hill and cross a curved bridge which crosses the River Tamar and takes you into Cornwall. You will see the rugby ground to your left. Take the right turn down a lane (Signposted St Leonards) take the second left which will bring you to Saint Leonards Cottages.
Keep on the A30, do not leave at the Launceston exit. Continue past the Launceston exit, and past the Tavistock exit (which is almost immediately after). You will go across the River Tamar into Devon. Take the first Devonian exit signposted Lifton, Liftondown, Polson. At the end of the slip road, turn left at the T junction, signposted Polson, which takes you under the A30. You then drive parallel with the A30 through Liftondown. You'll drive down a fairly steep windy hill and cross a curved bridge which crosses the River Tamar and takes you into Cornwall. You will see the rugby ground to your left. Take the right turn down a lane (Signposted St Leonards) take the second left which will bring you to Saint Leonards Cottages.