Looking for a zombie hunt, zombie walk, zombie meet, zombie paintball, zombiecon, zombiefest and other zombie events near you in Chicago and Northeastern Illinois? Scroll down this page and you will see the
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to confirm the info, they don't always report changes to me!
Zombie paintball, zombie walks, zombie-cons and other zombie-related fun are all fairly new, so they don't yet exist in all parts of each state. Help us find them; if you know of one we missed and want to add it or correct the
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Updates for April 2019
April: Zombie Paintball is about to start at some cornmazes, pumpkin patches and farms. They usually start opening in mid August.
Zombie Events and Activity Listings
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Paintball Explosion - paintball
4866 Dempster St., Skokie, Illinois.
Phone: (847) 426-2662. I don't see anything on their website
about zombie paintball this year, so call to confirm!
Creepy Hollow Halloween Fun Park -
24405 S. LaGrange Road, Frankfort, IL.
708-532-6668. Open: September 27th thru October 26th on Saturdays
& Sundays 11am - 6pm, (Columbus Day) Monday October 13th:
11am-6pm. Attractions: THE BLOOD SHED HAUNTED HOUSE - Venture
thru the hallways of the Blood Shed Haunted House with 15,000 Sq.
ft. & 18 rooms of Blood Curdling Horror! Can you survive The
Bloody Meat Mart, The Zombie Attack, The Hallway to Hell, The
Asylum and The Haunted Cemetery? All this and more wait for you
in the Blood Shed.... Guaranteed to leave you Screaming! - TERROR
TRAILS HAYRIDE & HAUNTED CORNFIELD - Take a ride into the
Darkness of The Creepyhallow Trails... where you are dropped off
at The Haunted Cornfield, and left alone to find your way out
with The Creatures of the Night! They are all around you, can you
take it? PAINTBALL ZOMBIE HUNT - You are seated on The
Creepyhallow ZOMBIE HUNT RACK with your trusty Paintball Gun
mounted in front of you!! As you ride into the city of the
dead... ZOMBIES ARE EVERYWHERE looking to feast on human flesh!!!
Shoot them as they attack or you may not survive the Zombie
Invasion!! Interactive SCARYLAND AFTER DARK - This Nighttime
Halloween Area with "push button" interactive animations, is
really a big hit! Its fun, with that Scary edge... and "Get in
the scene" photo opportunities. Stroll thru if you dare!!! The Scaryland Moon-lit Hayride recommended for ages
6 & up! ALL NEW Coffin Simulator Ride: Climb into the Coffin as
you take your "Last Ride" and experience the actual sight, sounds
and feelings of what it's like to be buried! You are seated on
Creepy Hallow’s customized zombie paintball trailer with your
trusty paintball gun mounted in front of you! As you ride into
the city of the dead... ZOMBIES ARE EVERYWHERE looking to feast
on human flesh! Shoot them as they attack or you may not survive
the creatures of the night. **Kid Friendly** **Zombies do
not shoot back** (UPDATED: January 19, 2017, JBS)
Siegel's Cottonwood Farm
- haunted house, zombie paintball, pumpkins, pumpkins for sale in the shop
or farmstand, pumpkin patch-pick in the field, pumpkin patch- already
gathered from the field, Fall festival, cow train rides, train rides, corn
maze, kiddie (mini) corn maze, straw or hay bale maze, goat walk, we also
have pie pumpkins, wagon rides, gift shop, concessions /
refreshment stand, porta-potties, picnic area, Bounce house, pony rides,
petting zoo, farm animals, birthday parties, school tours
Weber Road, Lockport, IL 60441. Phone: 815-741-2693. Alternate Phone:
firstname.lastname@example.org. Open: September through November on 7 days a
week, from 10am to 6pm.
Click here for current open hours, days and dates.
Directions: Less than an hour anywhere in Chicagoland! Lots of FREE!
parking. Located 5 miles south of I-55 on Weber Road (Exit 263) in Crest
Hill. Located 5 miles north of Route 80 on Larkin Avenue, Exit 130, go 5
miles north. gps coordinates: latitude 52.075581 longitude 4.541513.
Payment: Cash, Debit cards, Visa/MasterCard, Discover. The Siegel’s have
been farming this land for over 100 years. Siegel’s Cottonwood Farm is a 4th
generation working family farm. Each season there is a different way for you
to enjoy visiting our farm and spending time out in the country air.
(UPDATED: April 29, 2015, JBS) (UPDATED: August 16, 2012) (ADDED: April 17,
A visitor writes on August 11,
2014: "Siegel's Cottonwood farm has become a family tradition. We love
to go to the farm, see the animals, have a smoked turkey leg, root beer and
fresh apple pie. We have been going for 15 years now. Location is great.
Parking is free and lots of parking. The staff is so friendly and helpful.
We enjoy their produce and the gift store treasures. Our only complaint...it
is not open 12 months of the year...but everyone needs downtime. "
A visitor writes on August 21,
2012: "This place us Awesome! I brought my Grand kids here last year and
they had a blast all day. I love how they have an actually pumpkin field
were the kids can learn where pumpkins are actually grown and pick them
themselves. They also have so many attractions included in the admission
which is great. I hate going somewhere having to pay admission but then have
to pay for just about everything else that there. This is our new place to
go every year in the fall. "
A visitor writes on September 26, 2010:
"I visited Siegel's Cottonwood Farm for the first and only time in Fall
2009. I called first to ask about the corn maze. According to the website
and a person on the phone they were open until 6:00. We got there at about
4:00 figuring that 2 hours should be plenty of time. After only 30 minutes
in the maze an employ came in and asked us to leave as the maze closes an
hour before the rest of the farm. The website should have said that...the
woman on the phone could have told us...the woman who sold us the tickets
should have told us...and the employee who let us into the maze definitely
should have told us! One trip to the manager later, we were allowed back
into the maze for another 20 minutes. We will go to a different maze from
Statesville Haunted Prison - zombie paintball,
17250 S. Weber Road,
Crest Hill, Il 60441. CAN YOU HANDLE THIS INTENSE ZOMBIE RIDE?
Experience over a half-mile of TERROR as you shoot Zombie Slime
Paintballs at real zombies and targets from an actual army troop
carrier truck! Will you make it out alive?? ZOMBIE HUNT - 1 SHOTGUN,
12 PAINTBALLS AND ALL OF YOUR COURAGE: THAT'S ALL YOU GET AS YOU
BLAST AWAY AT THE CHARGING ZOMBIE! Only $5 to test your
postapocalyptic Zombie Hunting Skills at the exit of Statesville®.
(UPDATED: October 1, 2015, JBS)
Odyssey Fun Farm - zombie paintball
19111 S. Oak Park Ave.,
Tinley Park, IL. Phone: 708-429-3800. Email:
Open: Every Friday, Saturday and Sunday, September 26 - Nov. 1st, 7PM
till 12MID (11pm on Sunday)! Odyssey Fun Farm will open its gates
at NIGHT and take those who dare on a pitch black, narrow path
winding through the cornfield to hunt for ZOMBIES! We will
be closed on Tues Sept 30, Wed Oct 1, Tues Oct 7 and Wed Oct 8.
We will open up especially for you if you have a group of 75 or
more!Brave souls will board a highly equipt Safari Hay Ride
outfitted with 20 Zombie Slaying paintball guns, mounted turret
style. Once aboard, your fellow slayers and you will be ferried
to the killing grounds via a tractor tow. Once in position,
lights will come on and the Zombies will attack from all sides,
trying to make your brains their next meal! Have no fear, as your
trusty paintball gun will drop these Zombies right where they
stand! The best part about this experience is the Zombies don't
shoot back! Take the Safari Challenge if you dare...just make
sure your aim is true and you have plenty of ammo! In 2014,
prices are $22 for a Zombie Safari Hayride including 100
paintballs, unlimited compressed air and gun rental. Refills
available for $5 for 100 extra paintballs. (UPDATED: September
23, 2015, JBS)