October 7th & 8th the family can experience a Halloween Themed Campout including Fireworks at Pleasant Hill Lake Park!
The Muskingum Watershed Conservancy District has a weekend planned from not so spooky to as spooky as you’d like!
There are special events for each age group planned this weekend! For families with littles, this experience is based more on fall and non-scary events. There are aspects which can ramp up the spookiness for those who enjoy the thrill.
Pack up your gear and get ready for memory making! From free smores kits, to stories and music around a campfire, all things Autumn are set to appear on this thrilling weekend. Experience a wild experience of a Hayride …. on the lake!! The family can enjoy a pontoon boat ride filled with hay and fall sights! Wagon hayrides will also be available on land too. There will be planned crafts, live owls from the Naturalist, and of course Trick or Treating! One of the most exciting parts is the Halloween themed Firework show set to music! If you’re just going to watch Fireworks over the lake with themed music there is a gate entry $15 per car which gets you an all-day pass.
The family has access to enjoy the outdoor lighted deck area with Adirondack chairs, picnic tables, a gas fire ring, free Wi-Fi, and phone charging stations. The Camp store will be open for snacks, drinks, souvenirs, and camping supplies. Don’t forget to pack some Halloween or Fall Decorations as you can decorate your camp site!
6-9pm –Welcome Center/ Nature Room OPEN- Visit our Nature Room and talk with our Naturalist staff about the activities sign-up we have planned for this Halloween weekend. Purchase your spooky forest wagon ride reserve tickets (Camp Store) and Pontoon boat hayrides (Tickets Online)
6-9pm- Smore’s Kits- Pick up your FREE smores kit at the Welcome Center tonight while supply lasts. Campfire for roasting will be available at the campfire ring at the welcome center area.
7:30- 9pm – Naturalist Campfire program- Roast marshmallows and make smores, stories, and music around the campfire. Welcome Center outdoor fire ring to enjoy a relaxing evening by the campfire
Saturday, Oct 8th
9am-11pm –Zombie Archery Shoot – Try your archery skills and shoot the Zombies invading the park. Meet at Shelter house #2. Sign up at welcome center for your time slot. Ages 6 and older.
11am-1pm –Halloween Family Crafts- We have a variety of Halloween- themed designs to choose from with easy-to-follow directions. first come, first serve. All ages are welcome.
12n-3pm –Fall Pontoon Hayrides– One-of-a-kind floating fall hayrides, experience the beauty of the lake by boat. Naturalist-led tours purchase tickets online at: mwcd.ticketleap.com . Meet at Marina docks. TICKETS REQUIRED
1:00-2:30pm –Trick or Treat – Children 14 and under may stop by campsites offering Halloween treats.
3pm-4pm- JUDGING Campsite Decorating – Judges will be visiting decorated campsites during this time. No sign up is needed.
5:30-6:30pm –LIVE Owls –A Naturalist from the Ohio Bird Sanctuary will have LIVE owls up-close and personal and interesting facts for Ohio owls meet inside at Welcome Center.
6:30-9:30pm –Monster Costume Ball – Live DJ/ Dance music and contests. Come dressed in your costume. Welcome Center. Prizes for best and funny costumes. All ages are welcome. Campsite decorating winners will be announced during the ball.
7:30pm- FIREWORKS at the Lake- with Halloween-themed synced music and themed firework burst.
Download the pyrocast app to listen to synced music during the fireworks show.
8:00-11pm –HALLOWEEN HAYWAGON Rides – Hay wagon ride through the campground to see decorated campsites. Purchase Reserve seating tickets at the Registration/Camp store. Scheduled times $5/person. Meet at the Welcome Center parking lot to pick up the wagon at your scheduled time. TICKETS REQUIRED
Read more on their Facebook Event Page
The Annual Halloween Themed camping event with Hayrides, Spooky trail, trick or Treating, Campsite decorating contest, Movie, Music, Costume Ball, Crafts, Boat rides, hikes with Saturday evening Fireworks over the Lake, and more.
Reservations for camping and deluxe log cabins at mwcd.org
Before the snow falls, take advantage of the local beauty offered at a MWCD Lake Park!
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Responsible stewards dedicated to providing the benefits of flood reduction, conservation and recreation in the Muskingum River Watershed. The MWCD is the largest conservancy district in the state and led the effort to construct 14 dams and reservoirs. The MWCD has jurisdiction for its operations in all or portions of an 18-county area. The 18 counties wholly or partially contained in the MWCD jurisdiction are Ashland, Belmont, Carroll, Coshocton, Guernsey, Holmes, Harrison, Knox, Licking, Morgan, Muskingum, Noble, Richland, Stark, Summit, Tuscarawas, Wayne, and Washington.
Mrs TAZ- Halloween Weekend Pleasant Hill Lake Park 2022