The state of Ohio is recommending that we all stay away from hayrides, indoor haunted houses and Halloween parties, so many of us will be avoiding our usual Halloween traditions. Luckily, several places have added to or altered their Halloween plans to create family-friendly settings perfect for celebrating the holiday.

Kings Island’s Tricks and Treats Fall Fest is replacing the park’s The Haunt and The Great Pumpkin Fest this year. Held Saturdays and Sundays through Nov. 1, the park will be serving dozens of savory and sweet treats and hosting socially distanced trick-or-treating. The Cincinnati Zoo and Botanical Garden has adjusted its annual HallZOOween to reduce contact and promote social distancing. Instead of having children trick or treat throughout the zoo, they’ll be given a pre-stuffed treat bag. EnterTRAINment Junction has also brought back its Jack O’Lantern Junction. There will be a walk-thru indoor maze and a Halloween train display, and each child will receive a bag of trick-or-treat candy.

The Cincinnati Museum Center has created a new event this year, Saturdays at the Boo!seum, to give families yet another option. While there won’t be trick-or-treating, there will be magic shows, dance parties, socially distanced costume parades and science experiments.