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Looking for a zombie hunt, zombie walk, zombie meet, zombie paintball, zombiecon, zombiefest and other zombie events near you in Tuscon and Surrounding Counties in Arizona?  Scroll down this page and you will see the aall of thoses in Tuscon and Surrounding Counties in Arizona, sorted by county. ALWAYS call before you go to confirm the info, they don't always report changes to me!

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Updates for July 2024

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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  • Buckelew Farm Terror in the Corn - Zombie paintball, Haunted Corn Maze, Haunted House, Haunted Cornfield.
    17000 W. Ajo Way, Tucson, AZ 85735. Phone: (520)-822-2277.  Open: All Fridays and Saturdays in October, Plus October 27th, 30th and 31st (Halloween). 6pm to Midnight. Terror in the corn, haunting Tucson for 10 years. Voted Tucson's best haunted attraction 3 years in a row. Come visit our haunted corn field that will scare the pants off your average haunted house. Challenge yourself with Tucson's best corn maze during our flashlight nights. Quell that itchy trigger finger with our Zombie paintball shootout. Cold beer from local Tucson breweries and tasty eats from favorite Tucson restaurants. PLEASE NOTE Terror in the Corn closes at 12 midnight, so arrive early enough to allow approximately 1.5 hours to have the complete horror experience. Shoot live zombies running for their mortal lives! We have 18 mounted paintball guns aimed at a field of live actors, running from behind obstacles. Do your best to get the zombies before they get you! An area of our Corn Maze will be set aside for the haunt. The experience will combine props and live actors. We have spent much of the off-season creating a variety of new scares; promising to elevate Terror In The Corn to the next level in the world of horror. Terror In The Corn isn't for everyone! Children, 12 years and under, will not be admitted without an adult and parental discretion is strongly advised. Are you brave enough to enter the unknown? You can now buy tickets online!
    (ADDED: January 19, 2017, JBS)
  • The Slaughter House - zombie paintball, haunted houses
    1102 W Grant Rd, Tucson, AZ 85705. Phone: 520-784-2501. Open: Throughouth the year, see their website's calendar for dates - January 20 and 21, for example. Apocalypse is out totally interactive attraction that allows you to shoot Zombies as you make your way through one of the most unique Haunted Houses in the country. The Apocalypse is a live action zombie kill experience. You and your team will use advanced laser weapons to fight off zombie hordes. Your weaponry will be full weight, metal body replicas of real-world M4 Rifles. These are the same weapons that are used to train military and SWAT personnel. Apocalypse is not a video game, it’s a real-life interactive walk through.You choose your team. You pick your weapons. Then, after you’re trained — the onslaught begins. You will be immersed into a building that has been overrun by a horde of blood thirsty zombies! Check your corners as you travel through the desolate wasteland. Aim for the head as you pick off zombies one by one in your fight to stay alive. Teams of 4 are sent into the Apocalypse. If you do not have your own team, you will be put with one. And there are 4 different haunts:
    ExtremeHaunted House: This is a new development in the Haunted House industry that allows the creatures in the Haunt to help you experience all your senses of fear…touch, smell, sight and sound. YOU WILL BE TOUCHED…ONLY FOR THE BRAVE!
    Your worst nightmares are being conjured in the swamps of our newest Haunted House to Voodoo Bayou. Shamans and enchantresses have taken up residence and are summoning demons from the darkness. Enter the Voodoo Bayou if you dare, the price you pay for leaving could be your life…
    Haunted House Theme CIRQUE du Slay
    Step right up to the most deranged carnival imaginable! Our freaks and clowns are inside waiting to make you scream! Once equipped with your 3D spectacles, we will set you loose into the madness. Make sure to watch out for Tiny, we told him not to use the chainsaw anymore but these clowns just don’t listen.
    Haunted House Theme Boiler Room
    Do you dare enter the zombie infested boiler room? There are zombies lurking around every corner, thirsting for the taste of your warm flesh and blood. The infection is spreading quickly and the horde is looking for its newest member….might that be you? We heard that the resident ghost, Dougie, has been waiting in the boilers for his next hauntee.
    Haunted House Theme City Meats
    Being the most extreme haunt that Tucson has ever experienced, City Meats is not for the faint of heart. Our butchers are looking for some fresh meat and that means that you could be the next course. Once you enter the City Meats doors, there is NO going back. They can grab you, smell you, and chase you as they wish- inside of City Meats no one is safe.
    2017 Tickets range from $23 to $75. All tickets are good for the entire season for 1 time through each of the haunts you purchased. Thursday nights are College Student Discount Night to present a valid College ID for $5 off any ticket. Military and First Responders can now get $5 off any ticket any night to just bring a valid ID *this deal is only for military/first responders with ID, NOT dependants. Sunday’s are now family night to check out our calendar for specific promotions.
    (ADDED: January 18, 2017, JBS)

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