Finally, October is here. This month will most likely be the last to actually do outdoor activities before it gets too cold…at least for most people. Fall festivals and Halloween are just around the corner and I thought it would be fun to write about festivals, and of course, some haunted attractions around Ohio. I will start with a well known attraction first.
Cedar Point has always been a huge attraction for people all over the world, but to add Halloween in the mix is just genius! I have never been, but have always wanted to go because I have heard so highly of it and know some people who have worked there.
Things to do
Mazes and Scare Zones: The mazes and scare zones are throughout the whole park. Mazes are haunted houses and there is a total of 5. Each of these mazes have different themes which include Zombie High School, G.A. Boeckling’s Eerie Estate, Eternity Infirmary, Eden Musee, and a new maze, Hexed. Also, grab your Fright Lane pass with Skeleton Key. The Fright Lane pass will get you front line access to all of the haunted mazes and with the Skeleton Key, you will be able to unlock a secret room within select mazes.
Scare zones are located outdoors. There are 6 scare zones and of course they all have different themes like the mazes. The scare zones include CornStalkers, CarnEVIL, Blood on the Bayou, Maniacal Mechanical Screamworks, Cut Throat Cove, and the newest member to the scare zone team, Tombstone Terror-tory.
Don’t forget you can experience dinner in a haunted house and enjoy Halloween shows that play throughout the day and night.
Have younger kids with you? No problem! There is plenty of family-friendly HalloWeekends activities for the whole family! Try Boeckling’s Banquet where you are joined with creepy characters, spirits and delectable choices to consume. There is a newer Howl-O-Palooza for the younger children which includes, corn mazes, a foam pit, a pumpkin patch, and much more!
These are just a few to dos at HalloWeekends. The list could go on and on, but what fun would it be for me to name everything. So go ahead, check out HalloWeekends, and let me know how it goes!