This Halloween Season, Oconto County Hosts Spooktacular
REVENGE Haunted House Experience

September 17, 2021

Oconto County is the place to be for true fright seekers this Halloween, thanks to REVENGE, an immersive haunted house experience returning for its fifth season in 2021. Taking place weekends from 7-11pm throughout October at the Historic Chase Stone Barn, REVENGE promises to be the most chilling (and most fun) experience in Wisconsin during the “spooky season.”
“REVENGE has become an Oconto County Halloween tradition — if you love to be scared silly, this is for you,” said Samantha Boucher, Tourism Director, Oconto County Economic Development Corporation. “The organizers outdo themselves every year, and we can’t wait to see what they’ve dreamed up for their fifth season.”
The Historic Chase Stone Barn, built in 1880, will be transformed into a terrifying space with fresh scares lurking around every corner. REVENGE promises to take you out of your comfort zone as you creep through the 6,000 sq. ft. attraction, and also featuring an indoor holding area with a multi-screen video wall showing “Rave from the Grave,” a custom audio and lighting experience. 
Event Details:Located just a short drive from Green Bay, Oconto County is an ideal destination to enjoy the best of fall in Wisconsin.
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On a thrilling Haunted Zombie Bus Ride with Commando Paintball, take a 20-passenger bus through the fields and “slay” the zombies before they slay you.
Every autumn, nature paints the Chequamegon-Nicolet National Forest with gorgeous gold, red, and orange hues — check out the best nature hikes to enjoy this natural fireworks show. 
About Oconto County
If you're looking to escape to a destination that's full of color, history, and endless opportunities for adventure, then Oconto County is the place for you! With nearly 1,000 miles of ATV/UTV and snowmobile trails, the Nicolet National Forest, and the Bay of Green Bay, Oconto County is every outdoor enthusiast's dream. Plus, a visit to the Beyer Home or Copper Culture State Park is perfect for families and history lovers alike. No matter which adventure you choose, Oconto County has a place for every visitor all year long. Learn more at www.ocontocounty.org.

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