Zombie Paintball Hayride: defend your vehicle from waves of zombies by blasting them with glowing ammo from your mounted turret!
This ride takes you on a perilous path through dense woods and past abandoned buildings, with more than a few surprises along the way.
Book your spots at least 24 hours in advance! The undead is coming. Will you make it out alive?
Do you have what it takes to survive the undead?
That’s right! This is your chance to “Open Fire” and protect our city. Have you ever wanted to play paintball but didn’t like the idea of getting shot or getting dirty? We found the solution! The zombies have the rage but only you have the weapons.
Frequently Asked Questions
Do we get shot?
No, this time you get to do ALL the shooting and nobody will shoot back at you.
Do I have to be there right at 7pm?
No. The hayrides run back to back throughout the night at no set time and you are free to check in whenever you like. Just be in before 11:30pm
How long is the Hayride?
The hayride experience is about 20 minutes. Your ticket allows you one ride and must repurchase a ticket if you wish to go through again.
Will Food and Drinks be available?
Our concessions will be open from 7pm to 11pm serving hot dogs, burgers, brats and sodas!
Do I have to bring my own paintball marker and paintballs?
This is experience is all inclusive. We already have the paintball markers mounted and ready for you.We are a field paint only facility and do not allow outside paint.
Is there an age requirement?
There is no age requirement for the hayride. As long as someone can sit in the seat and operate the paintball marker they can ride. Infants are ok to sit on their parents laps.The haunted house is 12 years old and up. If a parent is consenting and also attending with the child then they can go in if younger than 12.
How many extra paintballs should I buy?
There are a ton of targets out there and a plethora of zombies. We recommend at least two extra bottles for the average shooter. They cost $10 for an extra bottle.
Is there Security at Dragon’s Dreamland?
Yes, Uniformed Police Officers, Security Staff and plain clothed Security Personnel and attractions are monitored by a Video surveillance system. Night of Terror has a ZERO Tolerance policy for trouble makers or unruly guests. These people will be ejected from the premises without a refund. We want everyone to have a safe and fun experience at Night of Terror.
Are alcoholic beverages permited at Dragon’s Dreamland?
NO! Alcoholic beverages are not allowed nor do we serve any! Any violators of this policy will be ejected from the premises without a refund..
What if I´m too scared or my kid is too scared, can I get a refund?
Sorry, but no refunds. You have purchased a ticket for the Dragon’s Dreamland haunted attractions. You’ve paid to be scared. So, if you or your child are so scared that you can’t continue through the haunts, then we have done our job. There would be no reason for a refund.
Is smoking or vaping allowed in the attraction?
While there will be plenty of spooky smoke filling many parts of the haunted house, we ask guests to refrain from smoking or vaping as this is a family-friendly attraction and the guests of our actors and guests are of the utmost importance to us.
What items are not allowed in the haunted house?
We ask guests to refrain from bringing the following items into the haunted house.
– Flashlights, Cell Phones, Lighters, or Light-Creating Devices of any kind
*Pictures are not permitted inside the haunted attraction. Let’s not ruin the surprises for anyone else!
Is food or drink allowed in the attraction?
To ensure that no guests accidentally spill drinks on themselves or in the attraction when being scared, we ask all guests to refrain from bringing drinks or beverages into the attraction.