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BattleSports Glos, based at Holly Bush Farm in Longhope, is an outdoor laser combat centre offering a thrilling ‘live’ version of the best computer war games for adrenaline junkies of all ages.
Combining all the fun of laser tag and paintball – minus the pain and bruises – participants use the very latest combat laser guns in a series of short, sharp missions and advanced military campaigns, such as the Ridge Assault, Bunker of Death and Bush Outpost, to put their defence, stealth and ambush skills to the test.
The multi-acre, purpose-built battlefield site sprawls across open terrain, woodlands, bunkers and plateaus, and teamed with its state-of-the art replica weapons, including sniper rifles and machine guns, get you the closest you can be to a battle situation, without going into battle for real.
A particularly popular choice for thrill-seeking stag and hen parties, team building and corporate days, children’s parties and fun family days out thanks to its reasonably-priced all-in packages, BattleSports Glos also has an on-site Cabin Café, toilets and car parking.
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