Halloween Festival In Full Swing at the Castle of Muskogee

Courtesy Muskogee Chamber of Commerce
SPOOKY FUN: The Castle Haloween Festival offers frightful fun for the whole family.

The Halloween Festival at the Castle of Muskogee will be held this year on Fridays and Saturdays from Oct. 2 through Oct. 31.
Covid-19 has sparked new modifications to the event. These changes along with the understanding and commitment of Castle guests and team members will allow the option to gather and celebrate this event.
The Castle’s Halloween Festival will emulate CDC guidelines. To attend, guests must wear a face mask, which always covers nose and mouth, and keep social distance. While eating or drinking, masks may be removed temporarily and then promptly placed back in place afterward.
2020 News: The Halloween Train has joined the Family Fun Pack. When this family fun scare bundle is purchased, the pack will now include a ticket aboard the Halloween Train. Unfamiliar with the train? This ride features a tour through the Harbor and the Woodlands. Everyone may ride, but it is at its best among the younger visitors of Castleton.
Families will enjoy the array of activities which are sure to provide plenty of photo ops and fall fun within the realm of the festival. The Castle Village is home to more than 15 merchants that offer unique creations, stylish costumes and pony rides, as well as drinks, dinner and dessert options.
If visitors are ready for a bit more fright, the Haunted Hayride is sure to provide mid-range scares and fun.
Domus Horrificus has been upgraded… The Horror Film themed haunt has new residents. Slender Man has made a home within the walls of Horrificus. There are dark halls and many turns in this cinematic nightmare haunt. All haunters should be beware of this terrifying haunt.
Perhaps the most infamous of the Halloween Festival is the Trail of Blood. Hearts race once guests realize they have suddenly been abandoned in the backwoods of the Castle. Fans of TOB may also enjoy the excitement provided during the Dark Tower Zombie Hunt, where guests are issued a weapon and tasked to clear the area of Zombies.
2020 news: The Dark Tower Zombie Hunt is now offered with the Fright Combo.
Guests are encouraged to visit www.okcastle.com for event changes and details on pricing. Pro tip: Purchase tickets online to save. 2020 news: There will be a cap on nightly tickets. Guests are advised to visit early in October, purchase tickets prior to visit and plan for a Friday.
When selecting a haunt/haunt combo, please utilize the Castle’s Skull Rating as a guide. For example, at skulls, the Haunted Hayride provides eerie excitement without the residual nightmares. Within the Castle walls, guests may step up to by daring a stroll through Casa Morte or with Domus Horrificus. With a scale from zero to five, The Castle has something to entertain everyone.
Parking and admission to the Halloween Village are free. Tickets must be purchased for attractions. Festival Hours: 6pm–10pm. The haunt remains open after the ticket booth closes. Unaccompanied minors (under 18) must have a photo ID to enter. Minors (under 16) must always be in attendance with a responsible adult.