WYANDOTTE, Okla. (KSNF) — Volunteers who love the military simulation sport of Airsoft spent their weekend preparing a Northeast Oklahoma park for a big event.
More than a dozen people from around the four states, some traveling over two hundred miles, spent the weekend at D-Day Adventure Park, 66800 E. 175 Road, Wyandotte, Oklahoma.
Volunteers spent Friday through Sunday on the 240-acre property, doing outdoor manual labor, such as weed eating, wood cutting and working on park vehicles, all to prepare for an upcoming Airsoft event.
The event, Wargame Oklahoma, takes place on Sept. 2, 3 and 4.
It’s expected to bring in 350 Airsoft enthusiasts to D-Day Adventure Park.
But before the fun can begin, this weekend’s labor-intensive prep work had to be done.
“The game means a lot to a lot of people. It’s just a way to get some frustration out if you’re having a bad day, and it’s just fun. I mean, who doesn’t love to play fake army, right? It’s every boy’s dream,” said Isaac Mason, director of operations at D-Day Adventure Park.
You can find more information about the upcoming Wargame Oklahoma by clicking HERE.
If you would like information on the D-Day Adventure Park, you’ll find that HERE.
Check out the D-Day Adventure Park Facebook page HERE.