Slay Zombies From A Monster Bus In Minnesota This October
Looking for an unique experience this fall? Take a little road trip south of Duluth, where you can shoot zombies with paintball guns from a monster bus.
Every year I always take a road trip to the Dead End Hayride at Pinehaven Farm in Wyoming. Honestly, one of the best experiences I have every fall. This year however, I found out they have a Zombie Rampage where you can shoot "live" zombies with a paintball gun from a monster bus and I can not be more pumped for this. The bus is literally on monster truck wheels and the paintball guns are mounted to the bus.
There are different options to take down the zombies, a daytime rampage and rampage after dark. The daytime option is great for kids and is $19.99 a ticket. You'll get to ride the monster bus and see the Pinehaven Farm from a completely different view. This ticket also includes access to the corn maze, slides, tractors and trains, and more. It is noted that guests must leave the farm by 6 pm on their ticketed day.
Now let's dive in to the afterdark option. According to the website:
The undead come out to feast at Dead End Hayride. Climb aboard the monster bus and join us for a bloody good time shooting “live” zombies in our pain-free paintball tours!
This one offers two different ticket price options. General admission is $29.99 (online) and includes a seat on the bus, a mounted paintball gun, and 100 paintballs. If you're looking to spend a little more money, the VIP tickets are $42.99 (online) and include priority boarding, a mounted paintball gun, and 300 paintballs. I do want to note that if you don't purchase the tickets online, they are available in person for a little more money ($35.00 & $48.00 per person).
It's also good to know that if you do end up going to Zombie Rampage, you'll also get a discount to the Dead End Hayride attraction. However, the Rampage option does take precedent over the Hayride and the bus will not wait for you. So don't miss the time you sign up for! There will also be food, drinks and a beer garden on site. Rides start up October 1st. This looks like it could be a lot of fun, check the video out below and be safe this Halloween season!