4 Fun Ways to Celebrate Spooky Season in Warren County

Blog by Stacha Yundt

If fall were flying by any faster, it’d be on the back of a witch’s broom! Don't be scared, though, as there’s still plenty of time to enjoy the spookiest season of the year here in Warren County. Below are just a handful of the many ways you can still make this Halloween a memorable one in Ohio's Largest Playground!

Tricks & Treats Fall Fest at Kings Island | Mason, Ohio

Tricks & Treats Fall Fest at Kings Island
All-new in 2020, this Halloween festival is set to be a family favorite. You’ll have a spook-tacular time enjoying food, entertainment, hair-raising rides—and of course, trick-or-treating. Wear your Halloween costumes and hunt for candy throughout the park. With specially designed sanitation stations and social distancing measures, enjoy this Halloween tradition with safety and health in mind.

Howl-O-Ween at Great Wolf Lodge
Have you been practicing your Awoooos? Get your costumes and your treat bags ready for a magical trick-or-treat trail. Along the way, the entire family will have an un-boo-lievably good time exploring the spooky Howl-O-Ween house, the witch’s lair, and the haunted north woods. In between pumpkin carving and trick-or-treating, take on the massive indoor water park that makes Great Wolf Lodge a year-round treat!

Brimstone Haunt
What’s spooky season without any frights? Head out to Renaissance Park and take on Brimstone Haunt - if you dare! Here's the scoop on its 4 spine-tingling scares:

Haunted Hayride: Venture into the cornfields of Brimstone Farm aboard this perilous 20 minute hayride and discover what’s lurking there.
Forgotten Forest: What will you see in the woods? Enter the Forgotten Forest for a higher intensity scare and just see if you can make it back out again.

Psychosis - Brimstone Haunt’s most intense attraction, the horror waiting for you around every corner will leave you in a state of psychosis. Navigate your way through the dark, maze-like passages to try and escape with your mind—and your life—in tact!

Zombie Assault: Do you have what it takes to survive the zombie apocalypse? Prove it at this awesome, interactive and truly terrifying attraction!

Explore Real Ohio Haunts
Warren County has a long, incredible history, and not all aspects of it can be so easily explained. Home to numerous sites said to host the supernatural, including Waynesville - Ohio's Most Haunted Village - the storied City of Springboro and Lebanon's iconic Golden Lamb, Ohio's Largest Playground is also one of Ohio's best bets for real-life ghost hunting!

Itching for an end-of-October adventure? Plan your fright-filled fun today right here on!