My parents are happy to take the awesome table back and store it as needed, I'll just need to coordinate with them on when to get it.
Unfortunately if the land purchased was zoned residential and is being used to host the LARP, which is technically a business, it's more than likely going to be in violation of Residential Zoning Laws, despite whether the neighbors said they were ok or not with having the LARP nearby initially. RZLs tell you how many buildings can be on a piece of property, animals of certain type etc. And there are specific rules about running a "home business" in RZ properties in terms of parking, entrances etc. So yes, it's "your land" but it's not really.Pretty sure I can store a table or two on my deck if need be. I have plenty of garage space that could be utilized for other things also, if there's need. Would just require some reorganization.
Rather disappointed things turned out this way. I'm curious about the legal underpinnings allowing them to actually draft a cease and desist. Are there covenants they're claiming you're in violation of? I'm seeing mention of zoning laws... is that where it's coming from? I have a few connections in the legal community, as I'm sure so do others, that might be able to assist.
Overall unless they're claiming you're in violation of some ordinance or covenant... it's your land. The neighbors and county can take a flying leap.