It’s the fall season and this is one of the most beautiful times in the Greater Cincinnati area.
During the fall, Kings Island is just as colorful as the autumn leaves with the park decked out with literally hundreds of pumpkins and other seasonal décor for its all-new event, Tricks And Treats Fall Fest presented by HERSHEY and Kroger.
Open Saturdays and Sundays through Nov. 1, Tricks and Treats Fall Fest has quickly become the area’s favorite event for family-friendly Halloween activities and fall fun. It’s a spook-tacular time with amazing food, crafts, entertainment, games, seasonal merchandise, trick-or-treating and rides.
Speaking of rides, there is only one place on earth where people descend upon during the Halloween season in search of a massive 7,359-foot long Beast that grips you with fear. A place where a wailing Banshee sends shivers down your spine. Where a haunting Bat and slithering Diamondback make your hair stand on end.
You'll find these spooky thrills, plus the new Orion giga coaster and favorite family rides like the Grand Carousel, Kings Mills Antique Autos and Scrambler waiting for you at Kings Island as part of the Tricks And Treats Fall Fest activities.
Experience Tricks And Treats Fall Fest for free this fall and enjoy unlimited visits all next year with a Kings Island 2021 Gold Season Pass! A Gold Season Pass includes free parking, exclusive discounts on food, merchandise and Bring-a-Friend tickets, and more!
Get your Gold Season Pass for as low as 11 easy payments of $10 after an initial payment of $20 but act now! This offer ends Nov. 1.
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