Paintball in Kerry
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.
After a safety and mission briefing the teams are led out onto the field and, with the mission objectives in mind, the carnage begins. Your day will involve multiple military style scenarios on a variety of fields and terrain.
Paintballing in Kerry is played at a number of different locations.
Blessed by nature, Killarney is known for having a lot of magnificent scenery. Adventure seekers and those that love the outdoors really love this town for so many reasons. It is the start of the Ring of Kerry which is known as the circular path to view all that magnificent scenery and it goes all over County Kerry.
Situated in Tralee, County Kerry on 27 Acres including 20 acres of mature woodland and a 7 acre competition site. The paintball area consists of rugged terrain with trees, trails, hills, streams, bunkers, six bridges, a base camp, a village, a fort, a church with a sniper steeple, the Radio Hut on an Island and two 20ft bridges.