Skip The Haunted House This Halloween, Blast Zombies With Paintballs At The Texas Zombie Safari

Haunted house? That’s amateur hour.

Halloween is around the corner, and who really knows how that’s all gonna play out in this Coronavirus hell that we’re all living in, but as far as haunted houses go, there are still some that plan to stay in business.

But rather than walking through a haunted house, corn maze, forest, whatever…. why no try riding through it on a bus armed with paintball guns.

Zombie Safari Dallas is open every Friday and Saturday in October from 7 to 10 p.m, where for just $25 you can ride through their haunted paintball park in the Zombie Response Vehicle and blast as many zombies as you can.

The veteran-owned facility will also be equipped with sanitizing stations, capacity will be reduced, and all equipment will be disinfected between groups.

And of course, if you’re not located in Texas, you can find one in an area near you.

They’re all over the place.

A beer bottle on a dock


A beer bottle on a dock