MASON, Ohio — King's Island announced it's canceling both the Halloween Haunt and WinterFest celebrations this year due to coronavirus.

What You Need To Know

  • King's Island cancels Halloween Haunt and WinterFest

  • The park will instead host a Tricks and Treats Fall Fest

  • The park will operate on select days through Nov. 1

  • 2020 Season Passes are extended through 2021 season

While those two celebrations are canceled, King's Island is hosting a Tricks and Treats Fall Fest beginning Sept. 26. The event will feature rides, food, entertainment and various activities that allow for social distancing and capacity management.

The amusement park, which reopened earlier last month, said it will continue to operate on select days through Nov. 1. 

King's Island also announced that all 2020 Season Passes and add-on products are extended through the 2021 season, which hopes to see the return of the Halloween Haunt, WinterFest and other celebrations.

Gold and Platinum Season Passes for 2021 go on sale Sept. 8.