If this sounds like your idea of good fun, a day out with some paintball in North Wales at Dragon Raiders Activity Park could be just the thing to cement some friendships!
As one of the region’s most popular attractions for days out, Dragon Raiders have been providing family fun for many years and that’s all down to their great location and brilliant staff. A grand forest awaits you as the battleground between you and your friends or you could even team up with them to take on a common enemy.
Situated in the Lleyn Peninsula, you could hardly ask for a better place to get stuck in to some paintballing. The woodland provides the perfect place to play it tactical and pick off the opposition from behind cover, though no-one will blame you for trying your hand at being Rambo either.
First time paintballing and feel a bit anxious about taking part in such an adrenaline booster? There’s no need to worry, Dragon Raiders’ expert team are on hand to help you with any questions or worries you may have – they’re approved by the UK British Paintball Association for a good reason. All the marshals will make sure that you’re fully in the know about what you should be doing before they send you on your own.
The way you play is totally up to you. You may want to play it slow and sneak up on the enemy or you may want to go at it with all guns blazing, it’s your call. This is why paintballing in North Wales with Dragon Raiders is so sought after and why so many people make a day of it.
All age ranges and levels of experience are catered for by Dragon Raiders with one or two school trips and stag dos showing just how varied the interest is in their fantastic paintballing packages.
If you would like to find out how you can get involved with Dragon Raiders, call them on 01766 523119 or email firstname.lastname@example.org for more information.
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