Question – What is Laser Warfare?
Answer: Laser Warfare, sometimes called Laser Tag or Quest, is the hugely exciting yet environmentally friendly alternative to traditional paintball and uses lasers to hit opponents giving accurate electronic scoring as the combatants carry out the quest of seeking out the ‘enemy’ hidden deep in the forest and hills surrounding Buckmore Park. Unlike traditional paintball, there are no hidden costs such as 'ammunition' (paint pellets) to consider as the scoring is electronic and it doesn’t hurt, the ‘victim’ or your bank balance!
The group size should be a minimum of ten and a maximum of eighteen.
Parents can join in the fun too and this is especially useful when this activity is combined with a Karting Party where the number of drivers is six. Two sets of parents can then make up the numbers for a laser quest in the woods!
How's that for a great birthday party idea?
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All young participants receive safety guidance from our trained instructors before being kitted out in camouflage suits with laser target headsets. They are shown how to carry and use the Laser 'guns'.
All games are supervised and Laser Warfare uses no paint pellets – unlike paintball – just electronic scoring so it is both safer and less expensive.
Parents or other adults are welcome to join in as well. The games take place in the exciting and attractive woodland surrounding the circuit.