Halloween Events 2021


halloweenAre you unsure of what to do this year for Halloween? Look no further!

While these activities are still on as of right now, because of COVID-19, it may be best to call or check the event’s website to make sure the event is still happening and if masks are required!

Now – October 31

Cowvin’s Corny Maze Playland

Young’s Jersey Dairy (map)

Saturdays & Sundays 11am-6pm

$8 for adults & children ages 5+

Free for ages four and under

Cowvin, the baby of the Cow Family, has created a family fun maze at Young’s Jersey Dairy. The maze is created from more than 3½ acres of cornfield and has over one mile of paths.

More Information: Young’s Jersey Dairy

Saturdays and Sundays, Now – October 31

Waynesville Fall Fest

7392 East State Rt. 73, Wavynesville (map)

Saturdays 11am-7pm; Sundays 12-6pm

$10 for adults, $8 kids for kids 10 and under, kids 2 & under are free!

Enjoy fall favorites such as the no-so-spooky walking trail, giant game area, and petting farm! New this year are 18-hole mini golf, S.L. Expedition, water wars and other special events!

More Information: Waynesville Fall Fest

Now – October 31

Jack-O-Lantern Junction

EnterTRAINment Junction (map)

Mondays-Saturdays 10am-6pm (closed on Wednesdays)

Sundays 12pm-6pm

$14.95 per adult, $11.95 for kids 3-12 (2 & under free)

Halloween themes throughout the museum including new Halloween mini scenes and a Halloween train display!

DMC Tip: Kids get a free treat bag at this event!

More Information: EnterTRAINment Junction

Saturdays and Sundays, September 25 – October 31

Tricks and Treats Fall Fest

Kings Island (map)

Saturdays & Sundays 11am-8pm (note: on Saturdays Hauntfest begins at 6 p.m.)

$39.99 and up

This one-of-a-kind fall festival to make special memories and enjoy the season—safely. Everyone in the family will have a spook-tacular time with AMAZING food, activities, entertainment, seasonal merchandise and so much more.

More Information: Tricks and Treats Fall Fest

Starting September 25

Warrwick Farm Weekend Hayrides

Warrwick Farm, Miamisburg (map)

Saturdays & Sundays 11am-5pm

$6.50 ages 2 & up (kids 2 & under free)

Take a hayride and see the animals out in the pasture. You can also pick a pumpkin! Kids and adults will all enjoy the petting zoo and little ones will love the giant corn box.

DMC Tip: The hayride is cash only.

More Information: Warrick Farm

Starting September 25

Brimstone Haunt

Brimstone Haunt (map)

Fridays & Saturdays 7pm-11:30pm

$15 and up

Enjoy the Haunted Hayride, The Forgotten Forest, and more!

DMC Tip: The Forgotten Forest and other haunts are much scarier experiences, so if you have little ones just be sure to only get tickets for the hayride!

More Information: Wilmington Haunted Hayride

October 15 & 16

Haunted Halloween Drive-Thru

George Rogers Clark Park (map)

Saturday – 7:30-10:30pm

Sunday – 8-10pm

Starting at $15

Purchase tickets in advance for your preferred arrival time, then load up the car and come on out to the park. Family-friendly Halloween scenes will delight young and old as you slowly drive through the park.

More Information: Haunted Halloween Drive-Thru

October 17

PhilharMonster — It’s Alive!

Schuster Center (map)


Maestro Neal Gittleman found his spookiest-sounding tunes, which are not only fun for young people but also introduce them to the excitement and wonders of the world of classical music. 

More Information: PhilharMonster — It’s Alive!

October 25 & 26

Stoddard Avenue Pumpkin Glow

Grafton Hill (map)


This fun, free, family-event will leave you in awe as more than 1,000 pumpkins light-up Grafton Hill. 

More Information: Stoddard Avenue Pumpkin Glow

October 27-30

Pumpkin Glow

Caesar Ford Park (map)


Free Admission 

The trails of Caesar Ford Park will be glowing as you wander your way looking at hand painted, custom pumpkins, all done with black light reflective paint (you’ll be given a black light at the event to use or you can bring your own)! No pre-registration is required.

More Information: Greene County Parks & Trails

October 30

Hometown Halloween

Downtown Troy (map)


Festivities will begin with a costume contest and costume parade in the parking lot of the Hobart Government building. At 10am, participants will be able to trick or treat with downtown merchants.

More Information: Hometown Halloween

“Beggars Night,” for those who haven’t heard the term, is simply referring to local trick or treat. Beggars Night is subject to change due to COVID-19! 


Beavercreek; Bellbrook; Centerville; Clearcreek Township; Englewood, Fairborn; Franklin Township; Huber Heights; Lebanon; Miami Township; Springboro; Washington Township; West Carrollton; Urbana

These communities Beggars Night details were not available at the time of posting:

Brookville; Butler Township; Dayton; Eaton; Germantown; Kettering; Miamisburg; Middletown; Moraine; Oakwood; Piqua; Riverside; Sugarcreek Township; Tipp City; Trotwood; Troy; Vandalia; Waynesville; Xenia


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