SC Village Makes National Headlines
SC Village, located in Corona, CA, has long been one of the most popular and well-known parks in the country, attracting tens of thousands of paintball and airsoft players every year. In business for over 28 years, SC Village has frequently set the bar when it comes to the design of their fields, many of which are modeled after real-world locations.
Now, the company's latest field, SC Viper, is getting some of the most attention a park has received in the history of the sport. The field will be designed to closely resemble a bombed-out Middle Eastern village that comes complete with 18 foot walls and multiple-level playing structures decorated with Arabic signage and decor.
What's grabbing the most headlines though is the main building on SC Viper, which closely resembles the compound that housed Osama Bin Laden when he was found by the SpecOps forces of Seal Team Six just recently. The entire field was designed by the owner of SC Village, Dennis Bukowski.
Here are a few links to some of the more well-known media outlets that have picked up the story:
SC Viper will open up to the public on June 4th. For more information you can visit www.SCVillage.com