Closest fields: New Jersey Special Ops in Woodbine(now closed =( ) Spec Ops was a larger area and had much more fields (8 i believe) including 2 speedball which is what campbells is and they are nothing in comparison as Spec ops is better and have woodball courses and more people to play with and has better prices. Jersey Devils also in Woodbine not as good as spec ops but a good field in great condition and good prices. Accurate paintball in Williamstown this is my personal favorite of all places ive been to amazing prices great fields many people during all times of year to play with.
Directions to the Field:
From Wildwoods- Leave the Wildwoods on Rio Grande Ave. over the bridge follow the road straight down when you see Secluded Acres Farms you make a right its just past the trees. If you pass Menz's you have just passed it.
I rated this place a three for two main reason,.the field and the prices. The field is a fairly small field about 40 yards long and 15 yards wide which may seem big to many but when you are on the field with a group of friends of 8-12 people a 9v9 game on the field is quite congested. The prices are also a bit high it is $65 for a case of paint(2k) and are not pro brands which cost that much normally they have paint that is often $40-$45. The field charge is average at $10 with the usual unlimited air fills and a decent $12 rentels. You may not bring your own paint except on saturdays(when even fewer people are there compared to sunday or rest of the week) but you pay an inflated $30 field charge. Hours-decent should be open later and during winter with call-ins, and less people required for night games(it is currently 10) rules good for beginers-amateur, no real pro shop, great staff very friendly.
Took an office group there for an outing and had a blast. Perfect for a day of play for a reasonable price.
Owner came in to ref and control games for us. He did not even seem too upset when a nervous paintball novice shot him in the face and shoulder at point blank range...ouch. He kept things moving and kept it fun.
Equipment is well used, but he does not nickel and dime you like some other fields in PA. All in all a safe large venue in good shape and very friendly.
Next time will probably bring own mask, but using the gun rental kept a level playing field for us and no clean up after. Would absolutely play here again.
Good, solid field! I was on vacation in Wildwood and I looked this up before I went and decided to go.
The field is a loose gravel/stone and their bunkers consist of a mixture of air bunkers and various spools. The set-up is nice but one bunker has a vantage point on almost all the other bunkers which isnt a bad thing just something you should know.
Since I was on vacation I rented a gun and I recieved a Tippmann Carbine, mask, hopper, tank, unlimited tank refills and 100 pbs for like 20 bucks. The gun was decent but it obviously doesnt compare with what I normally use but I'll admit it was fun to go back to the basics.
All in all a good solid field. Nicely set up, safe, organized, and there is food and other entertainment nearby! What else could you ask for? 65$ for a case isnt bad either.
right behind the icecream and minigolf parlor in rio grande
cambells is a good place to start out at, Saturdays they have a special where you can bring your own paint and play all day with free air fills for $24. when i went there there was a huge party of like 24 and my group of maybe like 10 and ever time wed get done a game they would get on the field and play so even for one field your never waiting to long with nothing to do. cambells is a good place to play and cheap if you bring your own equipment. no matter where you go your going to end up spending about $60 for paintball for a day. so cambells is good. if more people went cambells could expand a little and maybe get a new field with the land they own and maybe be able to lower prices. there is a convenient food and ice cream parlor shop in front of the field so use if need be. they rent out tippmans if you don't have your own gun. everyone there is really friendly and nice, when i went i had a bad O-ring and they easily gave me one so i guess that saved my day since no one else had one. all in all cambells is a great place to go to and start out on, i highly recommend it.
Last edited on Friday, June 9th, 2006 at 1:00 pm PST
this is like the other reveiws said it is a small field but very well organized very well maintained and one of the safest places to play great for everyone i do play there about twice a month or more but we do need to avertize or somthing to get a little more local people there on week ends and need to keep this place open all year next closest place to play is over a hour away would not have to go that far if more people came here but still all and all Campbell's is a great place for every one to learn and everyone to have fun thank you to the staff i have enjoyed this season at Campbell's and good ice cream shop too
Campbells is an average field. But its a good field to get started at if you want to find out what paintball is, and how its played. If your new, the owner will be there to greet you and give you the rules at campbells. Its one field, gravel/stone(dunno what it is)...with wood bunkers and say about 8-10 airbunkers. Great when the airbunk' are up , just plain fun. Im usually there every saturday, just hanging out or playing. Prices are ok, if you bring your own equipment, its ok maybe a case for the day its 65 real costly but they dont get alot of people every weekend...so people start coming to make it popular so we can expand this place....paintball will only get better
First off, the the "field" is a combo spool and airball, which is arranged very nicely. The whole thing is surrounded by double layers of strong mesh. The ground is comprised of gravel, making it excellent for sliding in to bunkers. The reffing is very good, they even jump in if teams aren't balanced/even. Very nice service, cheap, the field fee gets you all day air. Paint was team colors, although expensive for team colors, it was very fresh, didnt chop while at this field, ever. Staging area was a couple of tables infront of the rental "shack" This is a small field, but can be very fun for even the whole day. I would go there every day if I could, its very fun and challenging. You can buy 100 balls for $4, or you can get a case for $70, thanks for the comment.
They do lack in some areas tho...
First, they need more publicity, there were three teams in a tournament held there a week ago.
They rent out procarbines, which are durable, but sadly not an M98. (I dont mind tho, I use my own Equipment)
In Conclusion, a great field with some flaws, great job Cambell's, keep it up!
Last edited on Sunday, August 1st, 2004 at 8:23 am PST
It's a nice little field to play at. Mostly new players, with fairly low end equipment. Paint is priced similar to other fields. Bascially you're going to end up spending the same amount of cash no matter what field you go to. It's just how much you want to pay for entry, and paint. Yes, paint might be say 60 a case, but the entry might be 20. You'll end up spending 80 dollars no matter what field you go to. It's a fact of Paintballing. Get over it.
The field is probably one of the more well planned out. The entire field is double netted, with a completely covered "roof" made of the same netting material as the sides of the field. It's a shame that the field is a spool field, because a Sup Air field would be even better. But hey, it's better than the woods.
I've been to a few fields in Pennsylvania, and this field has treated me the best from a customer standpoint. Nice field to take a "paintball vacation", and just have some laid back fun as opposed to most fields where egos run amok.
Heck, I liked it so much last summer, I've decided to work as the ref for this season.
So Yes, you could say I'm baised now because I work there, but honestly, I really missed playing at Campbell's when I was back in PA over the winter.
Look for the crazy guy reffing on Wednesday through Sunday, that will be me :-\
Campbell's paintball, right off of route 47 in Rio Grande, Cape May NJ is a great one field course that suites the needs of the beginner player. I played my first game there and had a blast. The staff is very helpful and can answer most questions.
Even though there is only one field to play on, you still can have a great time. The price to play all day is $20 and thats with a rental gun, 100 Paintballs, and mask. Its only 10$ to play if you have your own stuff.
The paint they use is normally 32 Degrees team colors or any other NPS brand. It ranges from $20 for 500 paintballs to 60/65 (cant remember) for a case.
Overall, Campbells is an inexpensive way to get into paintball and a great place to spend an afternoon.
Im normally there on weekends, look for the guy with the O3 Odyssey.