Orillia set to host weekend ‘zombie apocalypse’

by | Oct 17, 2013 | News

By Kerrisa Wilson

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The Zombie Survival Camp takes over Orillia this weekend to train its members to battle the undead.

Photo courtesy of Wikimedia Commons. The Zombie Survival Camp is happening this weekend in Orillia for participants interested in learning how to fight the undead if a zombie apocalypse were to occur.

Photo courtesy of Wikimedia Commons. The Zombie Survival Camp is happening this weekend in Orillia for participants interested in learning how to fight the undead if a zombie apocalypse were to occur.

The intense, survival camp is an opportunity for participants to learn how to survive in a zombie apocalypse.

Trainers at the camp will teach members about military tactics, weapons, strategies and fighting skills, necessary to fight off zombies during a takeover.

This session is a fun and informative way to get people active, said Zombie Survival Camp trainer Peter Lane.

Not only is this camp a good idea but it’s a great social and entertaining method of physical activity, said Time for War Fitness personal trainer Jesse Bruce.

The camp is the second of it’s kind in Orillia and is expected to be a big success, said Lane.

At Humber Reporter Kerrisa Wilson has more with the story.