Halloween Festival is Your Kind of a Spooky Time! Friday & Saturday Nights in October

By: Value News | Category: Recreation/Leisure | Issue: October 2021

The Halloween Festival at the Castle of Muskogee is just around the corner! Only a short drive from Tulsa or Ft. Smith, the Ghost Hosts of Oklahoma’s 60-acre park, would like you to join them each weekend this fall!

October, 2021: The Castle welcomes one and all to create your best holiday event! Whether you are looking for family-friendly fun or spine-tingling thrill, the Castle of Muskogee’s Halloween Festival has your fill.

6 p.m. nightly: With a zany mix of wings, capes and horns, the Monsters of Castleton emerge to gather in the village. The music starts, and the ghouls begin their dance, which signifies the beginning of the evening festivities. Everyone is invited to watch and is certainly encouraged to join. The dance is one of the most magical moments of the festival.

We encourage guests to use the Castle’s Skull Rating as a guide when choosing haunts. For example, the Haunted Hayride provides eerie excitement without the residual nightmares, or guests can explore The Torture Chamber and Royal catacombs at a rating.

Within the Castle walls, guests can step up by daring a stroll through Casa Morte, the American true crime murders scenes based on the early 1900 serial murders, or with Domus Horrificus where your phobias become a reality.

The Trail of Blood is a spine thrilling trip in the wood where the witch’s curse has plagued the land. Zombie Hunt is an interactive hunt for survivors in a compound overrun by zombies.

The Halloween Train is a joyful experience for all ages but best for the younger visitors of Castleton. Guests will board in the Harbor and enjoy the enchanting colors, characters, and catchy music of the Castle. The track loops through the woodlands up to the Maypole and back. The Halloween Festival at the Castle of Muskogee has something to entertain everyone!

Families will enjoy the array of activities that are sure to provide plenty of photo ops, sweet & savory foods, enjoy the talents of the artisans and shop the gift shops within the realm of Castleton.

Parking and admission to the Halloween Village are FREE. VIP parking is available for $10.00. Tickets must be purchased for attractions. Single ticket prices range from $10 to $20 each, with combo specials available. Advance tickets may be purchased online, okcastle.com, or from the ticket booth located within the Castleton walls. Hours: 5:30 p.m.–10 p.m.*

*Must purchase tickets by 10 p.m. 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.


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