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OWA Updates: COVID safety guidelines

Spooky Season Returns to OWA Parks & Resort!

October 3, 2022

Media Contact(s): Kristin Hellmich
(251) 923-2111
[email protected]

Spooky Season Returns to OWA Parks & Resort!
Candy, costumes, and more await you this Halloween season

FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE:

(Foley, Alabama) – Calling all spooky season fans! On Saturdays and Sundays, beginning October 8, experience the transformation of Downtown OWA into Foley’s very own Halloweentown! With trick-or-treating available every weekend, this Halloween season will have you howling for more.

Beginning at 5pm, guests can pick up their complimentary trick-or-treat bags from the clock tower or OWA’s main entrance and visit select locations in Downtown OWA to rack up some candy! Keep an eye out for light-up ghosts in the windows to show you candy locations. Kids activities are available throughout Downtown OWA including Halloween activity sheets and a color your own BOOkmark station. Don’t miss the return of the Halloween fountain shows as the lights dance along to your favorite spooky tunes beginning at 6:30pm!

Bring your furry fam and dress in your Howl-o-ween best for a free dog costume contest on the OWA Island Saturday, October 22! $450 in cash prizes will be distributed among categories including: OWA Choice, Mr. & Mrs. Howl-o-ween, Most Creative, Best Team Costume, Spookiest and Funniest costumes. In-person registration for the costume contest will begin at 4pm, although guests are encouraged to pre-register online.

OWA’s annual Monster Bash Costume Contest will take place on the OWA Island stage Saturday, October 29. Registration will begin at 4pm, with the competition kicking off at 5pm, and winners will take home cash prizes in categories like OWA’s Choice and Most Creative! Save time by pre-registering today!

Hours and dates for all events are subject to change. Pre-registration and full schedule of events can be found online at VisitOWA.com.

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About OWA Parks & Resort: Award-winning OWA Parks & Resort in Coastal Alabama is owned and operated by the Poarch Band of Creek Indians.  OWA’s name is derived from a Muscogee Creek word for “big water,” and the tropical theme of the 520-acre property was inspired by the Gulf of Mexico, minutes away via the Foley Beach Express.

At the heart of OWA is Tropic Falls, which includes a ride-focused theme park, outdoor wave pool (currently under construction) and the region’s largest indoor water park, covered by a convertible roof—now open. Just outside the ticketed areas is Downtown OWA. This pedestrian-only streetscape was inspired by Southern small towns and features numerous options for dining, shopping, and entertainment.

The destination resort offers a full calendar of events, from Downtown OWA’s own Mardi Gras Parade to the annual Christmas tree lighting with fireworks and snowfall. With its own award-winning TownePlace Suites by Marriott, OWA is the place in Coastal Alabama to thrill, then chill.