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inkstick Tuesday, October 18th, 2005
Period of
Field Use:
6 months
Last There: N/A
More than 5 years
Other Fields
in the Area:
Arrows in the Square- Good but not good enough.
Review: Hidden Valley is a great place to play they encourage honesty and good sportsmanship.
The place has 90 acres (?) of playing ground plus a big MX track.
Gary ( the owner ) is very nice and understanding.
The refs are great and fun and do as good of a job as they can for woods ball refs.


Junk Yard: vans,trucks,and junk to run hide and shoot from behind.
Village: one tower and multiple little huts to hide in.
Woods: two woods courses ( Warning! the hills are a killer )
Baghdad: 2 school buses, a gas station, and a LOT of bunkers.
I'm sure that I am getting the names mixed up, but on the field that's how they are known.

Hidden Valley also has scenario games (which are the only ones that I know of in the La Crosse Area, for others you'll have to drive a ways.)
They are a great amount of fun,and its a great chance to meet players and teams from the surrounding states that come to these scenarios events with their most elite of players.

Over all, Hidden Valley is a great place to play, good people and a heck of a good time.

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