My parents will not let me go to this place anymore.
My mom said that when the directions to a place are make a left at the State Prison, go past the Gun/Fireing Range, down the rough single lane dirt road in the middle of no where you have to almost get hit by speeding trains! They said it was too unsafe.
Other then that the playing fields are cool except most the fields are one sided and one team always wins. And the long lines for air really suck.
Last edited on Monday, October 25th, 2004 at 6:54 pm PST
Sounds like your parents are over-protective. Not that that's your fault or anything. But, seeing as they sound like reasonable adults, they should also be aware of something called zoning laws. If it wasn't safe to build the park by the skeet/trap club, then the zoning commission wouldn't have allowed us to build where we are. As for the prison, it wouldn't make much sense, let's say, for a prisoner to escape, and stay really, really close to the prison, and go hide at a place that has high-velocity projectile launchers (aka paintball markers), and scared kids with itchy trigger fingers.
If your parents still think it's unsafe, suggest to them that they go buy you a large plastic bubble to live in for the rest of your life, because that may be what you have to look forward to.
Yeah, sounds to me like this guy really doesnt want people to like Bushwackers. I don't believe there is anything unsafe about the drive there, or the business around the park. Everyone should go to Bushwackers at least once, or more to get their own perspective of the place. Dont feel unsafe about going though.
My friend--a speeding train is as dangerous to you as a speeding car: it only does damage if you place yourself infront of it. That is, your situation is the same when an automobile travels down your street--stay out of its way and you'll have no problems. Also--if you consider Bushwhackers the "middle of no where," I wonder what the other park locations mean to you. Can a park within two minutes from Six Flags ever really be considered as in the "middle of no where?" Be honest. We're talking about the western edge of St. Louis County. Try and get to some of the other parks and you will travel greater distances on smaller roads much further from the suburbs. Come on!