Bedlam Paintball Ipswich
Our Bedlam Paintball Ipswich site is located near Ipswich and offers a variety of challenging game zones to suit all player abilities. We cater for groups and individuals.
Bedlam Paintball Ipswich
Aim to offer you the best paintballing experience in the area, as well as being one of the cheapest on paintball prices, we only use good quality paintballs. Our equipment is serviced on a regular basis and kept to the highest of standards. Bedlam Paintball Ipswich is a UKPSF (UK Paintball Sports Federation) Accredited Venue and Suffolk Council approved for Schools. We are fully insured and have a 100% safety record.Read More
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Go Bedlam — our pay-as-Includes entry to venue: Equipment Hire & Adrenaline Pumping Paintball Game Scenarios. Just Pay for your paintballs on the day.
Please Note: You will use on average 300 to 600 paintballs in a session
Game Bedlam for Schools is Specially Designed Fixed Cost Product for Schools and Youth Groups Package for ages 12 to 17 (Weekday only) 400 Paintballs
5 Games (80 paintballs per game) over 3 hours
A Towers Field
In opposing corners of the paintball field stand two twenty feet tall, two storey towers, with sparse woodland between, your objective is to capture, and knock out the opposing teams tower.
Three Bridges span a ditch which cuts the paintball field in half, the centre bridge is the largest, with two smaller bridges, one each side of the paintball field, with a guard tower attached. Standard capture the flag paintball game, with the teams starting from each end of the paintball field The first and second pictures show one of the guard tower bridges, each paintball team will have one Guard Tower bridge that favors their end of the paintball field. These bridges allow you to achieve many good angles of fire into the opposing teams territory, and onto the central main bridge. When arriving on the Bridge Paintball field take note of which side bridge has the guard tower on your side of the ditch, this needs to be an objective from the off. The third and fourth pictures show the central bridge from the front and the sides, this bridge is in range of the guard bridges on the side of the paintball field, but has many good points of cover. Once on the bridge its important to start to make your way over the bridge to the opposing teams side were many good angles of fire onto the opposing paintball team may be achieved. The down side of the central bridge is that it is the centre of attention for most of the paintball players on the field, and there for has a lot of fire focused at it, if you can keep in tight, and get across the bridge the rewards are great.
Chemical Dump is the smallest paintball field at this paintball venue, and is set out symmetrically, so neither team has an advantage. The Chemical containers are angled to encourage aggressive paintball, a defensive team will be slaughtered. Capture the centre flag, and carry it into the opposing paintball teams base to win the game.
A Long paintball field with a fuel dump at each end, with dozens of fuel drums scattered through the wood, your objective is to capture the opposing teams fuel dump while defending your own. The noise on this field is tremendous, you think no one can see you behind a stack of fuel drums, when some one starts shooting at you, you get the shock of your life.
The Jungle is an old style paintball field in its purist form, no structures have been formed, it’s a standard capture the flag game, but what makes this paintball field is the wood. It is a square paintball field, with the base camps in two opposing corners, in relatively open woodland, as you leave your base camp you move into dense, dark woodland, were it is hard to see the opposing paintball team. This field is an adrenalin rush.
Speedball is a fast in your face game of paintball, five bridges cross the central ditch, with dozens of barricades to help you reach the centre bridges, once you have reached the bridges, cross the ditch attack the flanks of your opposition, and then cross fire them in a hale of paintballs.
The 3 Bridge Field
A ditch divides this paintball arena in half, and the opposing paintball team is on the other side, the only ways to cross this ditch is by one of three bridges. The centre bridge is over forty feet long, with defensive fire points each side of the ditch, from which you can achieve good angles on the opposing paintball team, each side of this main bridge are two smaller bridges, each with a raised guard tower attached.
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Go Bedlam Paintballing Ipswich is a pay as you go package to play paintball in Ipswich . The package includes entrance fees, game fees, paintball insurance, paintball marker gun, paintball hopper and propellant for the whole day.