Choose Between Two Options
- $15 for general admission for one player to the Zombie Safari ($25 value)
- $6 for admission for one rider to the Zombie Safari ($10 value)
Players go off on a 15- to 20-minute zombie-shooting battle in the style of a first person shooter, attacking the undead with 100 rounds fired from a 50-caliber paintball gun mounted in the ZRV (Zombie Response Vehicle). People who only want to watch the fun can select the rider option, which doesn’t include any paintball play. Kids aged younger than 7 can also choose the rider option and ride along in the ZRV on an adult’s lap.
Cousins Paintball sprawls over 250 acres, ensuring that players will find a game that's just their style, whether they're into a scenic game of woodsball or the regulation-style play of hyperball. Peppered throughout these grassy outdoor fields are obstacles to duck behind as teams attempt to infiltrate their opponents' base to capture the flag or seize its crown jewels. The park is owned and operated by Jed and Maggie Allsup, paintball veterans in their own right, who together have more than 25 years' experience in the industry.