Paintballing in Southern Ireland
Paintball is a fast and furious sport played on a social and serious level by a large number of people around the world. Two teams (of up to 30 a side) are equipped with paintball markers. These are basically low powered air-guns that fire small gelatin capsules filled with starch and food colouring, not real paint.
Although paintball is a relatively new sport to Ireland, Delta Force Paintball the well-known, five star accredited member of the EU Paintball Association has already had a big impact on the scene.
They are the closest paintball centre to Dublin city. Their site offers great paintball fields, equipment and service. They want you to feel like a pro paintballer, with their set up and experience they are confident in doing just that.
Situated in Tralee, Kerry on 27 Acres, 20 acres of mature woodland, a 7 acre competition site, тhe paintball area is rugged terrain with trees, trails, hills, streams, bunkers, base camp, six bridges, a Village, Fort, Church with sniper steeple, Radio Hut on an Island, two 20ft bridges, Army Jeeps, Army Trucks and a fully operational Army Tank on Tracks.
Delta Force Paintball is perhaps the best recognised name in the sport of paintball today. With over half a million paintball players through our doors last year alone no organisation is more experienced or better placed to host your ultimate paintball day-out.