TEL: 973-545-2556 ADDR: 625 MACOPIN RD WEST MILFORD, NJ 07480
Explore 15 acres of woodlands, hills, paths and carefully-crafted, unique fields in an unforgettable simulated battle experience. Battle Creek paintball fields present complex combat arenas for friends, family, co-workers and other groups to enter in safe, exciting paintball battles. Book paintball fields and paintball parties in New Jersey for you and your friends to compete for pride, bragging rights and the ultimate paintball kingship.
Battle Creek paintball arena carries warriors of all ages into intense game-play and contests of wits, strength, precision and strategy. Battle Creek is the perfect venue to host thrilling birthday parties, office parties, graduation parties and other occasions. First-time shooters as well as experienced teams both enjoy competing with the best equipment from top brands, clear, fair rules and New Jersey’s most enthralling paintball landscapes. Plan a unique outing to entertain and engage sporting friends and family or take part in Battle Creek’s regular tournaments or special night games.
We are open year round on Sat & Sun
SAT 9-4 SUN 9-4
OPEN 12 MONTHS A YEAR
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See the Battle Creek calendar to view upcoming events and check out the field designs and videos for a glimpse of the action. Contact Battle Creek for more information or to book your next event.
When playing paintball, it’s essential for players to wear paintball-specific goggles that can effectively protect their eyes and prevent dangerous injuries. If you’re shopping around for a new pair of paintball goggles, you may have noticed that they typically come in two distinct variations: single-pane and double-pane goggles.
Both types serve the same fundamental purpose and offer the same level of protection, but dual-pane goggles offer one notable benefit that single-pane goggles do not. They are far less prone to fogging-up during a match. This can make it easier to distinguish teammates from opponents and maintain your accuracy in the heat of battle.
As their name implies, dual-pane thermal lenses are less likely to fog because they’re outfitted with two panes that help regulate temperature and condensation. The two panes are separated by a foam barrier that prevents fog from building up on the goggles, thereby ensuring they stay clear during a match.
There are also anti-fog coatings you can place on single-pane goggles, but dual-pane goggles are generally a more reliable option for preventing fog. If you’re going to invest in one piece of quality paintball gear this year, a good pair of dual-pane goggles might be a good place to start.
Ready to see how your paintball gear performs in a fast-paced, competitive match? You can compete across 15 acres of diverse terrain right here at Battle Creek. Give us a call or contact us online to schedule your next game today!
Did you know that there are more than 3 million people who play paintball in the U.S. every year? If you want to stand out in the crowd and become a better paintball player, there are a few simple steps you can take to improve your aim and accuracy. Let’s start with some extra practice!
If the only time you shoot your paintball gun is during competitive matches, it can be difficult to identify bad habits that might have a negative effect on your accuracy. Practice on a shooting range when you’re not playing to improve your technique and get more comfortable with your gun. You can start by shooting stationary targets to dial-in your aim, and then gradually incorporate moving targets to simulate the fast action of a paintball match.
The most accurate paintball guns are typically those that have long, slim barrels. Extra attachments and accessories might seem beneficial, but their added weight can make it harder to aim as well. If you’re shopping around for your first paintball gun, it’s a good idea to practice with a simple, straightforward configuration before adding attachments like flashlights and bipods.
It can be difficult to shoot accurately when you’re tense and anxious. During a match, you might even let your adrenaline get the best of you and start firing at random. Try to maintain a calm, focused demeanor when shooting to give yourself the best chance of hitting your target. Obtain your sight picture, take aim at the target, and take a couple of deep breaths before pulling the trigger. This process might take a few extra seconds, but it can significantly improve your hit ratio.
Ready to put your paintball skills to the test? Come visit us at Battle Creek Paintball & Airsoft Fields! Whether you’re a beginner or a seasoned vet, you’ll be sure to have a great time playing on 15 acres of unique fields. Give us a call at (973) 545-2556 to book your paintball session today.
Inquire at the proshop about the low impact paintball option we are now offering. This is ideal for first timers or kids birthday parties.