- $11 for one Operation Zombie Strike mission pass ($19.99 value)
Long ago, the US government performed experiments on the patients of The Kingston Asylum for the Criminally Insane. Thousands died, and they were buried in the asylum’s cemetery. However, they weren’t actually dead—the testing they’d been subjected to turned them into nearly unkillable zombies. The government tried to battle the zombies, but their strength made this impossible. As a last resort, the facility was attacked with an aerial strike. All was finally well, or so people thought, until they saw the zombies still alive on the thermal imaging system. Now the Zombie Civilian Response Unit (AKA the Z-CRU) have taken up the battle, going out to the site in vehicles cleverly disguised as school buses. The buses are equipped with paintballs that can destroy the zombies.
Each player gets 100 rounds of paintballs and a Z-CRU membership card for discounts on future Operation Zombie Strike missions and at Swings-N-Things Family Fun Park. Missions are held 6-11 p.m. on Fridays, 4-11 p.m. on Saturdays, and 4-10 p.m. on Sundays. Please note: zombies do not actually shoot back.
Swings-N-Things Fun Park
Happy shouts float across Swings-N-Things Fun Park, whipping out of the mouths of captains ricocheting off one another in bumper boats and drivers speeding around the tracks in go karts. The satisfying clunk of colorful spheres falling into holes on the mini-golf course perks up ears in the sprawling complex of indoor and outdoor attractions. Children ages 10 and younger scramble their socked feet over slides and rides inside the Kids Korner indoor play area. Swings-N-Things Fun Park is easily accessible from the area's major highways.