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    Dday adventureland, wyandotte, oklahoma

    DDAY ADVENTURELAND, WYANDOTTE OKLAHOMA

    This is an FYI as to a possible check out for
    a new offroad site in Wyandotte, Oklahoma.

    Dewayne ConvirsOwner of The Bunker Army Surplus and Paintball also D-Day
    Adventure Park
    68950 East Highway 60
    Wyandotte, Oklahoma 74370
    918-666-3411 store
    918-666-8784 fax
    bunker@netins.net

    Ed Covey
    Director of Operations at D-Day Adventure Park
    ed@ddayadventurepark.com
    cell - 918-533-6015

    Peggy Lierheimer
    Registration Queen and Webmaster
    webmaster@ddayadventurepark.com
    cell - 918-533-7825

    Lodging:
    Park entry fee:
    $20.00 per person for the weekend.
    Families with 4 or more $5.00 break.
    Kids 6 and under free.
    Includes primitive camping and facility fees.
    RV Hookups $20.00 per night or $30.00 for the weekend.

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    INFO (LIKE CONTACT PHONE #'S, NAMES OF OTHERS GOING, DIRECTIONS, ETC)**

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    I was just here a couple weekends ago. It was a pretty fun park, they had everything from just basically riding in a field to creek beds. We basically stayed in the creek beds the whole day, which was fun! From the parts that we could get to it did not seem like they had a ton of rock, but we did see a couple spots that had a little rock. The park was huge, so I am sure there is more, we just didn't see it. All of the trails curve through the woods through a made up town for their world famous paintball games, it was kind of cool. The park is only open for off road use on certain weekends. Some weekends they have paintball or airsoft events. I know that they have a Geocaching event where you can also off-road. So if you are interested in that type of thing, it would be a good time to check out the park. The only bad things is that the park is about 3 hours away, so it's kinda a drive, but if you don't like D-Day, Disney is only like 40 minutes from there. Sorry for this crappy review, I just wanted to get something up.

    Here are some of my pictures from the park. (Just ignore the first ones, Haha)

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    looks like ya all had a good time !

    was that heather in some of them pics ?

    looked like her and her Jeep !
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    yes...the blonde in white jeep is heather from brushbeaters
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