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OWA’s Halloween Guide

September 29, 2022

Join us weekends in October for Halloween events at OWA. Whether it’s a good old-fashioned haunt you’re looking for or more age-appropriate activities for the whole family, there’s something for everyone. 

Why wait until Halloween night to trick-or-treat if you don’t have to?! From 5–7pm kiddos can go trick-or-treating in Downtown OWA and enjoy fun activities every Saturday and Sunday in October starting October 8. Start the evening off by picking up your complimentary trick-or-treating bags that will be handed out at the clocktower entrance from 5–6:30pm. 

In between activities make time to check out the Halloween Fountain Show at Lake OWA. Enjoy ten minutes of Halloween-themed synchronized music and lights show. Showtimes are 6:30, 7:30 and 8:30.

Starting October 8, enjoy classic Halloween frights in 4-D with lights, fog and spooky surprises you’ll have to be there to experience at Halloween 4-D Movie Nights. Take a look at what’s showing and when at OWA Theater:

    • October 8 (8pm) – A Nightmare on Elm Street
    • October 15 (8pm) – Friday the 13th
    • October 22 (8pm) – The Shining
    • October 29 (10 pm) – The Rocky Horror Picture Show*

* Come early to be a part of the Rocky Horror themed costume contest beginning at 9pm featuring a $150 cash prize.

For those that truly love to be spooked, we have the perfect nightcap for you. Nightmare Chambers The Horrific Return haunted house is what nightmares or dreams are made of. Open every weekend in October and on October 31. Get the haunted details

Let’s not pretend dog costumes aren’t adorable. That’s why the Howl-o-ween Dog Costume Contest is one of our favorite pawties of the year. Bring your fur babies out on October 22 in their best costume for a chance to win some cash prizes. Get the details and register your pet.

Cue the music to ‘Monster Mash” but at OWA it’s Monster Bash Costume Contest and it’s an annual costume contest for every age. Get the details

There’s no shortage of spooky things to do this Halloween at OWA. We look forward to having your family with us this October!