Haunted Castle Halloween Festival   - Sep 30, 2016 to Oct 29, 2016

Haunted Castle Halloween Festival The Castle of Muskogee
3400 W Fern Mtn Rd
Muskogee, OK 74401

Phone: 918-687-3625
Toll Free: 800-439-0658
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You'll find thrills and Halloween activities for the entire family at the Haunted Castle Halloween Festival in Muskogee. From the sinister, fog-shrouded forest to the carnival atmosphere of Halloween Land, you'll find excitement and activities for all ages. This 60-acre Halloween theme park held at the Castle of Muskogee will feature 11 spook-tacular events all in one location.

Start your Halloween adventure in the Haunted Village for hot and cold drinks, food, ghost stories and more.  Bring the whole family and have your fortune read by one of the castle's fortune tellers. Pony rides, hayrides, a bounce house and plenty of photo opportunities will be available as well. Visit the Domus Horrificus, check into the Bates Motel and prepare to be frightened as you watch your favorite scary characters come to life before your eyes.  Journey through the labyrinth of the medieval castle and into the cemetery with a visit to the Casa Morte.

You'll find thrills and Halloween activities for the entire family at the Haunted Castle Halloween Festival in Muskogee. From the sinister, fog-shrouded forest to the carnival atmosphere of Halloween Land, you'll find excitement and activities for all ages. This 60-acre Halloween theme park held at the Castle of Muskogee will feature 11 spook-tacular events all in one location.

Start your Halloween adventure in the Haunted Village for hot and cold drinks, food, ghost stories and more.  Bring the whole family and have your fortune read by one of the castle's fortune tellers. Pony rides, hayrides, a bounce house and plenty of photo opportunities will be available as well. Visit the Domus Horrificus, check into the Bates Motel and prepare to be frightened as you watch your favorite scary characters come to life before your eyes.  Journey through the labyrinth of the medieval castle and into the cemetery with a visit to the Casa Morte.

As soon as the sun goes down, the Haunted Castle Halloween Festival will come alive with terrifying events and attractions. The 10,000 square foot Dark Castle Zombie Hunt will continue this year - you will be issued an infrared assault weapon that fires special "zombie bullets" to protect yourself and kill zombies while you search for survivors of the raging zombie wars inside the castle. You can also stroll through the woods on the Trail of Blood where lost souls of those who have gone before will guide you.

Put your nerves to the test and dare to walk the many pathways of the castle's haunted maze or enjoy a haunted hayride through the Haunted Castle grounds.  Come to the Haunted Castle Halloween Festival and find out what really happened in medieval times in the dungeons of the castle's torture chamber, or take the little ones to Halloween Land. This year's festival will also feature the Enchanted Boardwalk with over 150 Halloween inflatables.  Watch out for fairies.

Whether looking for a scary, haunted house experience or a family-friendly excursion through a Halloween-themed fantasy land, the Haunted Castle Halloween Festival will both terrify and delight you this season.  Experience live entertainment for the entire family at the Pirate Stage, or simply wander the grounds looking for scares.  Photo ID will be required for all unaccompanied minors. This event will be held every Friday and Saturday in October.

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  • Facility Amenities: ADA Compliant

  • Group Amenities: Accommodates Tour Groups, Bus/Motorcoach Parking, Group Rates Available

  • Highway Corridors (within 5 mi.): US-69

  • Projected Attendance: 55,000

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Friday

6:00 pm

10:00 pm

Saturday

6:00 pm

10:00 pm

Halloween Land: 6-9pm.

Located 1 mile north of Muskogee and 1 block west of Hwy 69 on Fern Mountain Rd.

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Marie Bruner




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From karen cunningham on 10/22/15

Wow! Last Saturday night was rocking at The Castle Halloween Festival.


From Marie Bruner on 10/22/15

Love this place so much!!


From TravelOK.com Staff on 10/28/13

Dona, if you'll click on the orange website button above, it will take you to their official website where you can see prices for all of the attractions and buy tickets online. If you have any questions, please call 918-687-3625. Have a great day and thank you for using TravelOK.com!


From Dona Doffin on 10/26/13

Hi! We were thinking about coming up from Ada tonight but wondered about cost to get in? Thanks Dona


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