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Backroads: R and J Tactical Lazer Tag

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WOODLAWN (WSIL) — Hidden just out of plain sight in Jefferson County there’s a family fun center that offers activities for people of all ages and abilities.

Brian and Sharí Coppel own and operate R&J Tactical Lazer Tag along with their two kids in Woodlawn. Sharí says they’ve run a haunted woods on the property since 2003 and added the lazer tag in 2015 as a way to keep their kids active.

R&J Tactical Lazer Tag can accommodate more than 30 players at a time on the lazer tag course in either a free for all or team match. The trails are paved with gravel and are wheelchair accessible.

Other activities include a 24-foot climbing wall, miniature golf, and paddle boats.

Watch the video above to see News 3’s Dave Davis get in on the action.

For more information about R&J Tactical Lazer Tag and Woodlawn Haunted Woods, visit their website.

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