Made in the USA since 1965
Our durable knotless nylon sports netting is in stadiums, golf courses, tennis clubs, gyms, indoor and outdoor practice facilities, parks, schools, soccer fields, lacrosse, and baseball fields all over the world. Your sports netting needs probably are unique, and that's why Mid-Lakes is the best place to call whether you need a batting cage for the Little League team or a net to enclose an entire football field or to divide a gym. Because we custom-make your cage, barrier net or other sports netting, we can be flexible and creative. And because we have been doing this for more than 40 years, we can offer expert advice for your particular project.
We can fabricate the netting to your specifications or provide mesh and netting fabric in bulk. Call or e-mail us, and we'll be glad to help you with your design and provide invaluable advice and assistance.
The University of Tennessee men's baseball team takes batting practice in these cages made by Mid-Lakes Corp.
Fence companies and athletic field managers prefer our netting over chain link fencing for backstops, dividers and barriers. Our nets are used for permanent backstops, roll-up backstops and scoreboard protection at baseball and softball fields all over the country. Nylon netting is durable, has good UV protection, and the knotless style we make has no stress points to tear or break.
We use our treated black Titan netting to make your custom outdoor batting cage or backstops. The black adds more UV protection, and is more attractive than green or white. Treatment is not as necessary for indoor cages, but some prefer it for better durability.
Professional, university and high school teams and parks and recreation directors prefer our batting cage nets and backstop nets for their strength, durability, portability and attractiveness. We've even built and installed a giant batting cage to fit a bonus room over a four-car garage!
We don't mass-produce batting cages. Each cage is custom-made right here in our plant in Knoxville, Tennessee. We also provide pitching screen nets (L-screen) for inside cages or outside on the practice field. We've been doing this for a long time, and you will benefit from our expertise.
Need advice about what kind of cage is best for you? Call or e-mail us!
An indoor golf practice facility uses Mid-Lakes netting for multiple driving cages.
Our strong treated barrier netting can be found on driving ranges and elite golf courses all over the country. The black knotless netting is virtually invisible, and is more attractive than chain-link fencing. Indoor golf practice facilities use our soft mesh for multiple driving ranges. We also make individual golf nets, rebound nets and netting for chipping practice.