Have you ever felt that enough is enough? It’s time to stand up to the zombie masses and fight back! Well, now you can at the Redneck Zombie Paintball at Gutherie Pumpkin Farm. Located just outside Chattanooga, this rootin’ tootin’ good time is second to none.
Load up your family and join in the festivities, including concessions, fire pit, spooks and haunts galore! If you choose to participate in the zombie shooting experience, be sure to bring $15. Everyone loads up into a big contraption built for blowing zombies’ brains out. Ammo is limited so aim to kill.
You won’t have a more pleasant and fun experience hunting zombies, though. The course is spookily planned through the haunted woods—and zombies come out from every nook and cranny! They are fully armored and prepared for the invasion of paintballs, so let your finger do the talking.
When the killing spree comes to an end, there is also a pumpkin patch and corn maize to explore. The frights and thrills don’t end when zombie blood stops spilling—oh, no. Getting lost in corn taller than the average human is frightfully delicious indeed. Just about as delicious as their refreshing beverages.
(They also have an animal petting barn for those animal lovers out there.)
I would recommend going earlier in the month, as the closer it gets to Halloween, the busier the attraction will become. Better to thrash out the zombie guts earlier than later, I always say.
The zombie paintball experience takes place every Friday and Saturday night in October, selling tickets from 7-10 p.m. The pumpkin patch and corn maize is open every Friday, Saturday, and Sunday. The hours differ for these attractions so, check out their website for additional information.
Redneck Zombie Paintball
490 County Road 67,