Looking for a list of public paintball fields in New Jersey? You may be surprised to know that there are over 2 dozen public paintball fields scattered all over the state of New Jersey. If you have never played paintball before, you should without a doubt have a blast once you hit the fields. Of course, when you are playing paintball, your goal is to be the last person who has yet to be hit with a paintball when the game or match is over.
- All Star Paintball Arena. As you can tell by the name All Star Paintball Arena, which is located in Spotswood, New Jersey, is considered to be an indoors public paintball field. The benefit of being indoors is the fact that All Star Paintball Arena is open year round. You can bring your own paint for no additional fee, or you can purchase 500 to 2,000 paintballs from All Star Paintball Arena for a low cost. All Star Paintball Arena generally runs on an open play basis, which means groups of 5 players will go up against each other and scores will be kept on a scoreboard.
- New Breed Paintball. New Breed Paintball has a pro shop in Fair Lawn, New Jersey, but their fields are located in West Milford, New Jersey. New Breed Paintball is open year round every Saturday and Sunday from 8:30 am to 4:30 pm. New Breed Paintball does allow you to bring your own paint if you want to. When you purchase an unlimited all day field pass from New Breed Paintball, you will also receive CO2 refills at no cost. Walk-on play is allowed, although you should make a reservation if you have a group.
- Picasso Lake Paintball. Picasso Lake Paintball, which is located in Winslow Township, New Jersey, is one of the largest public paintball fields in New Jersey. Picasso Lake Paintball has been in business since 1993 and they offer you over 110 acres of wooded fields to play in. You can bring your own equipment and paint to Picasso Lake Paintball, or for an additional $10, you can rental any needed equipment. Picasso Lake Paintball also offers camo suits, smoke grenades and much more in their pro shop.
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