Register Now

The Great Zombie Dash

This program is currently unavailable. Click here to view all of our current programs.

Kennebunkport Rec and The Kennebunkport Conservation Trust are partnering together to offer you this evening of community fun and adventure!

Your goal will be to navigate the trail, overcome the obstacles, and make it out of the course with all of your lives (football flags) in tact! Throughout the course, zombies will attempt to grab your flag as you attempt to avoid them. If you lose all of your flags you become "infected" and complete the course as an "infected' person. However, if you complete the course with one or two of your lives in tact, you will receive a raffle ticket per life and be entered into a drawing to win 1 of 3 prizes!

There will be two different waves to choose from. At 5:45pm there will be a family friendly wave and at 6:15pm there will be an "x-treme" wave. 

You may complete the course as an individual, family, or team. Bonfire, s'mores, music, and cider will be available after you have completed the course. The course will be on the Kennebunkport Conservation Trust's Learning Trail which is approx. 1 mile long. 

When: Friday, October 25th 5:30-8:30pm
Where: The Kennebunkport Conservation Trust's Headquarters at the Emmons Preserve
How much: $5/child (16 and under) and $7/adult (16+), $15 for families
Who: The family friendly wave is open to families with kids ages 5+
The 'X-treme" wave is open to anyone age 8 and up. Anyone under the age of 12 must be accompanied by an adult.  

Please register for which wave you would like to participate in. 

It will be dark so all participants must bring their own flashlights or headlamps. Trail will be minimally lit.

All participants will receive a participant waiver that they must read and sign in order to participate in the event.

**Please read participant rules below

Sponsored by:
 River Tree Arts

* Adjustments and discounts will be applied during checkout if applicable. *

 Return to Programs    View All Activities

Share This Page: