Find a local zombie paintball, zombie walks, zombie events and more

Looking for a zombie hunt, zombie walk, zombie meet, zombie paintball, zombiecon, zombiefest and other zombie events near you in Central California Area (Fresno, Kings, Merced, Madera, Inyo and Tulare counties)?  Scroll down this page and you will see the aall of thoses in Central California Area (Fresno, Kings, Merced, Madera, Inyo and Tulare counties), sorted by county. ALWAYS call before you go to confirm the info, they don't always report changes to me!

Zombie paintball, zombie walks, zombie-cons and other zombie-related fun are all fairly new, so they don't yet exist in all parts of each state. Help us find them; if you know of one we missed and want to add it or correct the information, please let me know!  

Updates for July 2018

July: Zombie Paintball is about to start at some cornmazes, pumpkin patches and farms. They usually start opening in mid August.

Zombie Events and Activity Listings

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Fresno County

Inyo County

Kings County

Madera County

Merced County

  • Frightmare Farms - hayrides, haunted field,
    964 Gillette Avenue, Merced, CA 95341 . Phone: ?. Email: Click here for their contact form. Open: Last two weeks of October, doors open at 7 pm. Directions: Take Highway 99 to Le Grand Road, exit and follow the signs. about 20 minutes south east from Merced and about 45 minutes north of Fresno. Directions can be printed off the Google powered map on their website. Payment: cash, credit cards.  Two horrifying attractions set in the heart of Merced County’s farmland will have you begging for mercy. Experience sheer terror in the clutches of Barnyard Slaughter, an up-close, super intense scare not intended for the feint of heart that includes mine shafts, cemeteries, and non-stop action. Or step onto Frightmare Express, our haunted hayride through 10 acres of zombie-ridden corn that will have you screaming out loud. We also offer a very family-friendly atmosphere complete with hayrides that are not haunted and plenty of seating around warm fires where a cup of our famous homemade cocoa and other assorted homemade treats are best enjoyed.  (ADDED: October 21, 2011, suggested by a visitor)
    A visitor writes on October 21, 2011: "Haven't been there but see their sign on the highway. Have a good website detailing about them"

Tulare County

 

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