By: Beki Akins | Category: In Our Communities | Issue: September 2022
Castle of Muskogee
Halloween is spooky business at the Castle of Muskogee and the resident ghouls have been working hard to ensure top thrills for all visitors! Families will enjoy the array of activities and fall fun within the realm of the festival. The Castle Village is home to over 15 merchants that offer unique creations, stylish costumes, thirst-quenching drinks, mouthwatering dinner and dessert options!
New for 2022 - The Circus has transformed the Castle Cave. Jester’s Revenge is the newest addition to the Halloween lineup. This haunt comes with Boardwalk Fun House vibes and a heavy dose of Sinister Clown. Guests will experience the terrors of the jesters who reside in this abandoned fun house. Gather your wits before entering, because no one can predict what lies ahead! This 3.5 skull haunt will be offered through the Fright Combo. Fans of fright? Casa Morte has been upgraded… The Murder House has new residents, which include dolls and killer deviants. There are dark halls and many turns in this nightmarish realm. All guests beware of this terrifying 5 T 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 participants are issued a weapon and tasked to clear the area of Zombies. We encourage guests to opt for the Adventure Pack or the Fright Combo! These are the bundle options for guests who plan to visit multiple activities at the festival and want to save $$ with their purchase. The Adventure Pack is geared towards scares which are 3 skulls and below: Ultimate Maze, Haunted Hayride, Torture Chamber & Catacombs and the Halloween Train. When this family fun bundle is purchased, your group is sure to have a spooky evening full of excitement. The Fright Combo is the scarier of the two and provides a ticket for the Trail of Blood, Casa Morte, Domus Horrificus, and Jester’s Revenge.
Best Savings of the Month – OCT 7th - Canned Food Drive. Guests may bring any canned food item in exchange for (1) half-price haunt ticket. Guests may bring as many cans as they would like. Offer is not applicable on combos or the Train. Guests are encouraged to visit www. okcastle.com for event changes and details on pricing. Pro tip: Purchase tickets online to save! Guests are advised to visit early in season, 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 two skulls, the Haunted Hayride provides eerie excitement without the residual nightmares. Within the Castle walls, guests may step up to
Four skulls by daring a stroll through Casa Morte or five skulls with Domus Horrificus. With a scale from 0 to 5 T, 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*
*Must purchase tickets by 10 pm. Haunt remains open after ticket booth closes. Gates open at 5:30pm. Indoor Haunts begin at 6pm. Outdoors Haunts begin at dark.
Unaccompanied minors (Under 18) must have a photo ID to enter. Minors (under 16) must always be in attendance with a responsible adult.
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