Zombies Of The Corn is an interactive haunted house type attraction that allows you to shoot Zombies while on a ride. (they do not shoot back). Also a Walk thru the Zombie Compound, Wagon Ride, Ghost Stories, Campfires and lots more!
Stop Zombies now! That’s Right, this is your chance to “open fire” and protect our city. Have you ever wanted to play paintball but didn’t like the idea of getting shot or getting dirty? We have found the solution. The zombies have the rage but ONLY you have the weapons!
Zombies have been quarantined in our specially built prison. They are growing stronger and could escape at any time to attack our city. Their intent is surviving and creating more of their kind. They have no emotional core and no conscience but we must stop them at any cost. Our game plan is to go in and get them before they get us!
Our specialized "Zombie Fighting Vehicle" allow 24 people per ride to join our cause to eliminate these creatures that have an insatiable hunger for human flesh. Our specialized weapons have pathogens and parasites that can destroy the diseased zombies before the infection strengthens, spreads, and breaches containment. Humanity is counting on you. Shoot fast, shoot true, and shoot to kill. Do not hesitate or you could become one of them!
The Zombie Killer transports leave every 20 min ...... Don't miss it!
Campfire Ghost Stories: In times long past, before written language, history, traditions, and culture was past on through word of mouth and stories. The best place to tell these stories was gathered together around a campfire with friends and food. Telling ghost stories around the campfire has become an enjoying passtime, as the fire and the night makes things spooky. Join our Master Story Teller as he spins tales of Ghosts and Goblins to celebrate the Halloween season. So pull up a bale of hay and enjoy. Stories will be told on the half hour around the campfire. Stories are appropriate for all ages.
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