Oklahoma’s Halloween Destination!

The Castle of Muskogee’s annual Halloween Festival is a favorite for all ages.

By: Kathy Smith | Category: In Our Communities | Issue: September 2023

The Halloween Festival at the Castle of Muskogee will be open each Friday and Saturday evening during October 2023. Gates open at 5:30 and the park closes at 10 pm. The fun begins at dark. Indoor haunts open after the Monster Dance at 6 pm. Ticket sales end at 10 pm and the haunts remain open after 10 pm for onsite ticket holders to use their remaining haunt tickets.

And, OH MY… the shopping and food! Castleton’s 14-acre village will enthrall you with dozens of unique merchants and crafty creations from exciting gifts, home décor, and dramatic Halloween costumes. Their culinary wizards will scare-up delicious drinks, savory snacks, dinner, and desserts to celebrate the season.

Castleton Grounds:
The Village Area

Each evening at 6 pm, Haunters gather in the village to kick off the evening celebrations! This is the center of the action. Home to the Crown Inn Pub, the entrance of Domus Horrificus, Casa Morte and The Torture Chamber Museum. You may snag a great spot to hang out while your party grabs dinner, we recommend a Turkey Leg from the Smokin' Dragon. Kids may enjoy crafts or play games. This is a neutral scare zone. Safe for all ages to hang out.

The Graveyard

Near the Castle's Clocktower, you will find the Graveyard. This is also the border to the entrance of the Haunted Hayride (Tournament Arena). While in the area, we recommend picking up a bag of Kettle Corn. Enjoy it at the Castle or take it home... It's delicious. Other areas of note: the Cantina. This is the pub for hot beverages and brews. Open air seating with a quieter atmosphere. Great stop in Castleton.

The Celtic Curve

This is the gateway to the scarier side of Castleton's Haunted Village. As you leave the familiar lights of the village square, the streets wind down through the Celtic Curve. This is the location of the entrance to the Trail of Blood and the Castle's Halloween Train Depot. Also, the Cave is the home to the newest haunt of Castleton - The Jester's Revenge!

What’s your scare meter?

This Halloween festival has fun for all ages. There are kiddie activities for the little ones…and scare you silly haunts for those craving full-on mind-boggling thrills and chills.

Here’s a run-down of some of the ticketed events because as they say at the Castle of Muskogee Halloween Festival, “Everyone’s entitled to a good scare!”

Skull Rating:
  • 1 Skull: Fall Fun 
  • 2 Skulls: Family Approved and a Little Scary 
  • 3 Skulls: Not Recommended for Small Children 
  • 4 Skulls: Not Recommended for Children 
  • 5 Skulls: Considered Yourself WARNED 

Plan now for laughter, screams, and fall fun at the Castle of Muskogee Halloween Festival. Tickets can be purchased online at https://www.okcastle.com

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Castle of Muskogee

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Castle of Muskogee

(918) 687-3625 | 800-439-0658
3400 W Fern Mountain Rd | Muskogee, OK 74401

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