Dark Side Hayride
Welcome to the Zombie Zoo!
What is the Zombie Zoo?
Due to the increasing zombie threat, Cox Farms wanted to create a safe environment where
people of all ages can come observe and learn about these predators in their natural
habitat. The best preparation is knowing your threat!
Where did these zombies come from? Are they being treated well?
We have captured these zombies roaming the local woods and treat them with the respect
any civilized person would give to the dead. Of course with family consent, they are fed local, human flesh from the morgue once daily. If you are dying or have a family member you wish to donate to our cause, please complete the
What can I learn at the Zombie Zoo?
Take note of the movements of the zombie, the shuffle of the feet, the uncoordinated
grasping of the hands and the vacant look in the eyes. Learn about the habits and instincts
of the zombie at the Feeding Demonstration.
What would you do if a zombie was coming
directly at you?
Experience what this feels like from the safety of your wagon at the
Simulated Attack area. Your only possible future is a future where you are PREPARED to
handle this very real threat.
Through observation one can learn so much more than is
possible from a book or brochure! Don’t forget about the gift shop and concession stand at
the end of your ride! We have memorabilia and tasty snacks because learning makes you
Is the Zombie Zoo Safe?
The Zombie Zoo has state of the art technology, the best brand name fences, and
experienced Zombie Handlers creating a 3 tiered defense system. We have spared no
expense in creating the safest environment imaginable. There is no possibility of the
What is the infection? Is there a cure?
The Zombie infection is a virus that causes end of life, then reanimation shortly thereafter.
The brain is controlled by the infection and the desire to eat is a function of the virus trying
to keep the host alive for as long as possible. The virus is not air born, but can be spread
through most bodily fluids including blood and saliva, hence being bitten will cause infection.
There is no evidence as to where this virus originated.
As of this writing there is no cure. We and others have scientists working around the clock
in an effort to not only cure but to create an immunization. Although literally billions of lives
are at stake, the sequester has cut deeply into the funds going toward research. If you
would like to help, we will soon be taking donations.
The future of the human race may be at
We do serve food at Zombie Zoo! Grab a bag of Kettle Corn before entering the zoo.