Haunted Halloween Events Around Oklahoma City
October 16, 2014
Are you ready to get the kids all spun up on sugar as they "treat" or treat around the Oklahoma City Metro neighborhoods? Lets be honest, there are no tricks as they fill their pillowcases with candy loot. Try out some great family fun add-on's and alternatives to keep the whole family frightened and entertained for Halloween. Trick or treating in the neighborhoods in the Oklahoma City Metro happens on Halloween this year, so prepare for a fun filled Friday night. But if you want something to do before Halloween check out some of these options. Haunted Houses Frontier City's Frightfest - Always a ghoul place to go during the Halloween season, the park has a pretty impressive (read scary) haunted house for older kids and grown-ups. Admission is $5 on top of regular park admission. Terror On 10th Street - Face your fears at the 9th annual Terror on 10th Street Haunted House. Take a guided tour any Friday, Saturday or Sunday night in October and have a scary good time. Trail of Terrors - Survive the Trail of Terror Team's newest attraction...The Haunted Barn. This attraction is not for the faint of heart, small children or pregnant women. It will paralyze you with fear. Haunt The Zoo for Halloween - From the 26th - the 31st the Oklahoma City Zoo hosts their annual Halloween event featuring trick or treating for the kids and is a great place for safe Halloween fun along their haunted zoo trail. Admission is $7 per child and accompanying adults are admitted free. Haunted River Cruises - Saturday's in October is Halloween dress up time for kids on the Oklahoma River Cruises with contests and fun. Leave from Regatta Park 2pm and 3:30pm or leave from Exchange Landing 2:40 pm and 3:30 pm. But don't worry adults if you are sick of the same old Halloween parties, you have your adult haunted river cruises too. Dress up and have some fun on Friday and Saturday nights at 8pm from Exchange Landing with entertainment and cash bar. There are more great attractions in and around the Oklahoma City area to enjoy your Halloween festivities. Check out the Halloween Train Ride in Oklahoma City Railway Museum, Arcadia Lakes Storybook Forest, and the Historical Harn Homestead Museum.