Halloween In Lahaina


Happy Halloween! Halloween on Front Street in Lahaina will start tonight with the Keiki Halloween Costume Parade beginning at 4:00 pm.

Front Street will turn into one big party tonight with live music, activities , ghosts and goblins! This is a free family friendly event!

We wish everyone a safe and Happy Halloween!

Maui Paintball Halloween Family Fun


Maui Paintball Zombie Shoot

Limited Dates:

October 16, 17, 18, 25 & 30

We have already sold out a couple trucks and are doing half the number of rides this year. Reserve your seats now to avoid disappointment at this fun family event! This year we have NEW & IMPROVED EFFECTS, LIGHTING, TARGETS & WEAPONS.

Great for kids five and up as we teach them to FIGHT BACK against the stuff that nightmares are made of.


Limited Space Available.

SHOOT, WITHOUT GETTING SHOT, hordes of attacking monsters as you ride through our Haunted Forest on the back of our ZERT (Zombie Emergency Response Truck). Featuring 22 Mounted G#ns, all armed with glow and UV reactive paint. Each stage brings you closer to hell, fight to keep them off the truck!

“Note: With the limited runs and time schedule it is unlikely we will be able to service all riders. Please accept our sincere apologies if you are unable to make the dates but we will not be opening up additional dates or times this year.”

Call or visit us online to make your reservation:

MauiPaintBall.com Call 808.866.7034


Halloween Activities on Maui

Halloween on Maui is one of the best events to be on Island for. Get ready for Halloween in Lahaina Friday October 31! Lots of fun with plenty of activities for everyone to enjoy.

Annual Keiki Halloween Costume Parade starts at 4:30 pm on Front Street. All Maui keiki are invited to participate. Each participant will receive a ribbon and bag of goodies! The costume contest will be held at Banyan Tree Park from 7:00 pm-9:00 pm. Sign up to join in the costume contest at Pioneer Inn retail store beginning at 6:00 pm. Dance and enjoy the music during the costume contest from 6:30 pm-9:30 pm. Park will close at 10:00 pm.

Beginning at 6:00 pm live entertainment in Campbell Park with The Haiku Hillbilly’s. Keiki activities including face painting and various photo opportunities. Make sure to get your official Halloween In Lahaina 2014 t-Shirt. Campbell Park will close at 10:00 pm.


Street closures will be enforced from Baker Street to Prison Street and on Front Street from 3:30 to midnight. No parking will be allowed from 3:30 to midnight. There will be shuttle transportation available from War Memorial Parking Lot and Kihei Aquatic Center Parking Lot. Tickets for the shuttle will be on sale starting October 20th for $5.00 each way cash only.   Shuttles will be first come first serve. For more information regarding Halloween in Lahaina, including the schedule for events and bus shuttle locations, viewable here via the Visit Lahaina site.

For some, celebrating Halloween on one night just isn’t enough! For the month of October, Maui Paintball offers Haunted Hayrides on Friday and Saturday nights from 6:00 pm to 11:00 pm. Ride the Hayride and shoot Zombies, Ghouls, and Goblins! If you’re up for a monster challenge, try the Zombie Run. The Zombie Run is a half-mile obstacle course packed with Monsters! Space is limited so be sure to pre-register!



Some would rather have a good laugh then a good fright this Halloween.  Never fear, Maui Comedy Festival is here! Tickets are on sale for the festival that runs from October 30th to November 2nd.  Events are scheduled at different locations so be sure to check the Maui Comedy Festival website here for lineup, ticket information, and venue locations!


We wish everyone a safe and fun filled Halloween celebration!

Haunted Hayride

The Hansen Ohana congratulates Clint Hansen on Maui Paintball‘s Haunted Hayride being on the front page of yesterday’s Maui News.  In addition to being a successful full-time realtor and father of two young daughters, Clint is passionate about providing fun and safe family friendly activities and carrying on his parents’ tradition of giving back to the community.