Zombie Paintball Hunt is the first of its kind in Colorado. This unique paintball experience, where you shoot but don’t get shot, is sweeping the nation and will have you begging to come back for more. Guests will be loaded on a wagon and will each have their own paintball gun. One hopper full of paintballs will be handed to each "hunter". A path has been made in the cornfield, where the "hunters" will have the chance to shoot paintballs at props and zombie actors as the wagon drives by. The path is dark except for black lights that are attached to the zombie wagons. Guests stay on the wagon for the duration of the activity.
We do not recommend this activity for children under 5 years old. This is a nighttime activity and could be scary for small children. Parental discretion is advised.
No, we will provide you with paintballs.
No. This unique activity will give you the opportunity to shoot but not be shot at.
Yes! We have one wagon that has a place for a wheelchair. Please inquire with our staff when you arrive and we will get you on the wagon.
The most popular weekends to visit the farm are the three weekends before Halloween in October as long as the weather is nice. Saturday nights have the longest lines for Terror in the Corn and Zombie Paintball Hunt. Thursday and Sunday nights have much shorter lines. Friday nights are generally slower than Saturdays but busier than Thursdays and Sundays. Halloween night is typically a slower day for these attractions. On our busiest nights, we recommend being in line by 7:00 PM or purchasing a Quick Pass.
Yes, anyone who has purchased a ticket by closing time and is in line will get to go on the ride.
No, the Fall Festival ticket in included in any Terror in the Corn, Zombie Paintball Hunt or Terror/Zombie Combo ticket.
Safety of our staff and customers is of the highest priority here at the farm. We do our best to stay open during advertised hours but sometimes mother nature does not cooperate with us. When considering closing, we look at road conditions, temperature and the level of mud on the property. Please keep in mind that on a day following a storm it may be warm and dry on the paved roads but very muddy on the farm. Our parking lot, main yard and all wagon trails are dirt and/or gravel. Sometimes it is not safe to run our wagons in the mud and we may choose to close part or all of the farm's activities until conditions improve. We will post any closures on our website, facebook page and twitter account as soon as any closure is determined.