Halloweekends "Fall Family Fun" begins this Saturday, Oct. 10, and runs through Nov. 1, at Magic Springs Theme and Water Park in Hot Springs, Arkansas.

Families and parkgoers of all ages can experience weekends packed with “Fall Family Fun” on Saturdays and Sundays from noon to 6 p.m. through November 1.

Halloweekends at Magic Springs will feature several different fall events that are fun for the whole family including appearances by "Legend" the baby dragon, Trick or Treat Trail, Pumpkin Patch, and the Fright Flix Movie Trail where guests can win prizes for guessing the title of spooky movie scenes. Other exciting activities can be found throughout the park, like fun inflatables, themed crafts at the Craft Row, roaming characters, a line-up of haunted games, photo opportunities, contests, and more!

According to their press release, “We are back with more fall activities and more family fun than our park has ever seen during this time of year,” said Jack Bateman, general manager of the park.

“Halloweekends at Magic Springs is the perfect place for you and your family to come out on the weekends and enjoy fall-themed fun in a safe and festive environment.”

New for 2020 activities include Cata-Punkin at the Pond featuring a giant catapult for chunkin’ a punkin’ at targets in the water, Magic Farms Hay Maze "An Enchanted Harvest Quest,” The Undead Cemetery, and Bumpin’ Carz 2.0. Unique safety protocols will be in place for each attraction.

Halloweekends at Magic Springs is also a great destination for foodies looking to grab specialty treats for the season. Themed food includes a new pumpkin funnel cake and Zombie Treats, with beverages like Witches Brew, and more.

Admission to Halloweekends at Magic Springs is $29.99 plus tax for adults, and $21.99 plus tax for juniors and seniors at the gate. Discounted admission is available online for $24.99 plus tax for adults and $19.99 plus tax for juniors and seniors. Additionally, a 2021 Season Pass also includes admission to Halloweekends at Magic Springs.

For a complete list of activities during Halloweekends at Magic Springs, visit ​MagicSprings.com​.

Magic Springs is asking those who have been sick, experiencing COVID-like symptoms or who have been around somebody who is sick, to please stay home and follow proper quarantine guidelines put in place by the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention and state and local officials.

For more information on the park’s sanitation and social distancing protocols, please visit MagicSprings.com/COVID-19.

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