Have a rootin' tootin' time this weekend in Union

Wild West Town to offer fall fest, haunted ghost town through October

Looking for a wild time the whole family can enjoy on the weekend?

Onesti's Wild West Town in Union is hosting a Fall Festival running Saturdays and Sundays through October.

Kids 12 and under can get a free pumpkin when they trade beads with "Chief Great Eagle" upon riding the park's historic train to the Chief's reservation.

Big Al's Ice Cream Saloon will have plenty of treats for the festive holiday season including pumpkin pie, apple pie and ice cream, hot chocolate, apple cider donuts, caramel corn, and several fall flavored ice creams.

The Wild West Stunt Show, gold panning mine, a children's craft center, pumpkin painting, tomahawk throwing, an escape room, museum, pony rides and more all are all part of the Fall Fest experience. Grandparents get in free!

Onesti's Wild West Town Fall Festival hours are Saturday and Sunday from 11 A.M. to 5 P.M. In the event of inclement weather, hours may vary. Admission is $19 per person with free admission for children under the age of 4 and grandparents.

As a special treat for older kids and adults, Onesti's Wild West Town is open late on Friday and Saturday evenings in October with a "Wild West Haunted Ghost Town". The experience will feature a haunted Civil War era jail, spooky tunnel train rides, a haunted blacksmith shop and many scary live characters roaming the park from 8 to 11 P.M. Admission to the "Wild West Haunted Ghost Town" is $15.

For information on Onesti's Wild West Town Fall Festival, visit Wild West Town online or call 815-923-9000.