This paintball field is only marked with a plywood sign with 3" letters that say "Paintball." The driving directions on the website are only good if you are familiar with the area. To locate this field, use Yahoo or Mapquest: Norcross Rd and Cahnt Ave, Berlin, NJ 08009. The field is supposedly located in Winslow, but Mapquest and Yahoo think it is located in Berlin, NJ.
The paintball field has several fields that encircle a lake, hence the name Picasso Lake, I played on three of the fields which was not all of the fields. I do not know how many fields are located here.
If you like woodball and have your own equipment, then this is a great field. You get admission for $25 and can use your own paint, you also pay a $5 deposit for your arm band, so bring $30.
SAFETY: They have a safety rule on bunkering, hit the bunker three times with your hand and everyone inside is dead (prevents pointblank shooting). When I went to the field the Chronograph was not located in the practice target area. They hid the chronograph in the air refill trailer, so you had to ask to use it. The referees in the field usually waited to put their masks on until right before the game started; its their health.
FIELDS: I played on three fields: 1) The Beach, 2) The Trenches, and 3) The Ridge. The Beach had fixed forts that you could hide behind and was the most enjoyable of the fields, it is large enough, so you can flank people. The vegetation was clear enough so that you could shoot people. The Trenches was the worst field, it had few places to hide (I couldn't find the trenches to hide in). The trees were small and it was overgrown with brush, so you couldn't get a clear shot. The Trenches also had more mosquitos, so bring mosquito repellent. The Ridge has a fort on the ridge end and a few fixed portions to hid. The other end is a wooded place, so you need to run for cover.
I liked this field and will play here again. I give this field a rating of "7". There could be more fixed obstacles to hide behind and the brush could be better cleared. Safety was an issue since the chronograph was not readily available and all walkon equipment was not tested.