Magic Springs Theme and Water Park will open for its fall season, Halloweekends, on Saturday, Oct. 2.
Families and parkgoers can enjoy weekends full of "Fall Family Fun" on Saturdays and Sundays from noon to 6 p.m. through Oct. 31, a news release said.
Halloweekends will feature a variety of fall events that are "fun for the whole family," including a 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 to win a prize, the release said.
Other activities can be found throughout the park, like inflatables, roaming characters, a lineup of haunted games, photo opportunities, and contests.
"Fall family fun is here at the Thrill Capital of Arkansas," Jack Bateman, general manager, said in the release. "We are eager to welcome back all of our guests for another great fall season. Halloweekends at Magic Springs is where you and your family want to be for weekends full of activities for the whole family."
New activities for 2021 include performances from Justin Time Entertainment featuring "Legend" the Baby Dragon Live at the Pinecone Theater. Parkgoers can meet "Legend" the Baby Dragon and stick around as Justin Time Entertainment performs balloon art, juggling and magic tricks.
Additionally, many favorite activities will be returning this year such as the Cata-Punkin @ 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.
Admission to Halloweekends at Magic Springs is $29.99 at the gate and $24.99 online for all guests 4 years old and older. A 2021 Season Pass also includes admission to Halloweekends at Magic Springs. For a complete list of activities during Halloweekends at Magic Springs, visit http://www.MagicSprings.com/Halloweekends.php.