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Updates for September 2021
September: 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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Le Sueur County
- Trail of Terror - zombie paintball, haunted
145th Street West, Shakopee, MN 55379.
Phone: 952-445-7361. Email:
Open: see their website for dates, hours, prices and buying
tickets. Directions: Trail Grounds
are located 8.1 miles South of Shakopee from the intersection of Highway 169
& County Road 83 (Canterbury Rd). From Twin Cities: Follow Hwy
169 South towards Mankato. The Trail of Terror entrance is on the right look for
signs. What are the Dates and Hours of the Trail of Terror? Always see their
website for current information, but at the end of September
their website reported they are
open Thursday through Sunday, October 10-12, 17-19, 24-26, 31 & November 1,
2014. Fridays & Saturdays 7pm - 12:30am and on Sundays from 7-11pm. - Box Office
& Attractions close at 10pm & Site closes at 11pm, Rain or shine. The Trail of Terror is only open select
Fridays-Sundays, October 10 - November 1, 2014. The admission price
includes free parking, all entertainment attractions including the Hotel 666,
Howling Pines Woods Walk, and more. You may choose to enter Zombie Paintball,
Lockdown, join the Zombie Pub Crawl, eat food and beverages, or enjoy some rides
and games, that all have varying costs.
- Haunting Experience On Highway 61 - zombie paintball, haunted
hayride, haunted house
10900 E. Point
Douglas Rd., Cottage Grove, MN 55016. Phone: 651-459-3001. Big
Zombie Hunter Paintball Adventure kicks off its second year with
more zombies, more carnage, plus all manner of chaos and wanton
destruction of property! Hop on board one of our outfitted
paintball trailers and help us rid ourselves of this little
vermin problem we can’t seem to get a handle on. Running the same
nights and times as The Haunting Experience.
Tag Zombie Hunt - zombie paintball hayride
Washington County Fair, 3591 Stillwater Boulevard North,
Stillwater, Minnesota 55082. Phone: 612-333-1700. The virus has
finally struck. The world as you know it is coming to an end. A 2
1/2 ton cargo truck, you, and other survivors might be the only
hope for the future of the human race. Are you hero enough? The
Splat Tag Zombie Hunt isn’t your traditional hayride. Unlike
other Zombie shoot experiences, our ride combines the power of a
M35A2 military truck with the accuracy of a semi-automatic .50
caliber rapid fire paintball gun to intensify the zombie hunt
experience. We welcome individuals and groups with as many as 8
people (8 participants to a truck) to fight their way to safety
on Minnesota’s most intense zombie hunt ride! NOTE: Participants
are not at risk of being shot. Zombies do not fire back. Our guns
are secured down to the truck so no goggles or safety wear is
needed. Children ages 8 and up are welcome on the ride when
accompanied by a paid adult.