Paintball is the ideal activity for people who always enjoyed art class but thought it needed more tactical strategy. Study the art of war with this Groupon.
Choose Between Two Options
- $29 for a VIP zombie-hunter package for two people (a $58 value)
- $54 for a VIP zombie-hunter package for four people (a $116 value)<p>
Each zombie hunter receives:
- One-day zombie-hunting permit
- 100 UV-reactive paintballs for zombie extermination
- One ride on the Zombie Hunting Vehicle (Z.H.V.)
- Unlimited access to the Zombie Target Range Test Facility (Z.T.R.T.F.)
- One VIP line-skip pass to go to the front of the line for the Z.H.V. ride and Z.T.R.T.F
The zombie-hunting park is open from late August to early November; see available dates [here](http://www.zombiepark.com/).
####Zombie Park As the sun begins to set in the late summer and fall, the good-natured paintball fields of SplatterPark transform into the zombie-saturated hunting grounds of Zombie Park. Patrons donning paintball guns practice sniping the undead at the Zombie Target Range Test Facility before boarding the Zombie Hunting Vehicle, an open-air transport which ferries groups of zombie hunters on their mission. The vehicle trawls the woods of the park, as hunters unleash paintballs against fearsome live zombies and other targets. The surreal terrain was featured in the intense combat of _Greg Hastings' Tournament Paintball_, a video game from Activision, but the park caters to players of all abilities and ages.
Your hands wrap around the grip of a Tippmann marker. Multicolored spheres fly past you, spattering the trees and cutting air inches from your mask. Through the foliage, you can see half a plane buried nose-first in a clearing, one of many obstacles concealing potential foes. At SplatterPark, this good-natured combat sprawls across the adrenaline-soaked turf of 12 outdoor fields and 40 wooded and open acres adjacent to a lake. Warriors battle through capture-the-flag, base-defense, and other scenarios in themed arenas with adventurous names including Fort Buckeye, Snake Pit, and Dark Forest. Each field is suited to at least three types of play, but only the regular type of physics, and shouts of camaraderie echo off paint-flecked cover such as a broken-down school bus and a wooden-slat fort. In preparing for battle, combatants strap on rental or purchased gear under covered staging shelters, happy in the knowledge that their biodegradable paint ammunition will be harmlessly washed away by the elements or bears doing community service. SplatterPark also offer zombie-themed hayride shoots, in which a trailer is custom-fitted with 32 paintball guns, allowing participants to shoot live zombie targets. Prior to the hunt, visitors can test their skills on a target range.
The arena's surreal terrain was featured in the intense combat of Greg Hastings' Tournament Paintball, a video game from Activision, but the real park caters to players of all abilities and ages. At an onsite café, hot dogs and energy drinks refuel warriors and allow them to tell if their nemeses are actually target dummies with no appetite, and the pro shop's staff bustles among markers, accessories, and spare parts.
“Be ready to have some fun ”
“Splatter Park was the best fun my 12 year old and his friends could have had! The people who work there are the nicest group of people. They are very helpful as...”
“Splatter Park was the best fun my 12 year old and his friends could have had! The people who work there are the nicest group of people. They are very helpful as well. I would highly recommend this event!! ”
“Try to go with a big group. My 10 and 13 yo had a great time. All staff is polite and patient. ”