This Halloween, Oklahoma City residents can expect to see a ton of exciting, Halloween events in the OKC area.
Scream Country Haunted Forest in Drumwright, Oklahoma
Scream Country, 40 acres of dark, creepy woods, is an Oklahoma must-see Halloween event. Walk the Demise of the Spivey Hollow Haunted Trail where the dead come to life. Or visit the Arkham’s Carnivale Asylum and bear witness to an evil curse and more. The event runs from September 27 to November 1. Visit screamcountry.com.
Dungeon Haunted Ride in 3D in Oklahoma City
The Dungeon Haunted Ride in downtown Oklahoma City is an 11,000 square foot, indoor, Halloween amusement park ride. Strap on a pair of 3D glasses and watch the artwork, monsters and spooky backdrop come alive. The Halloween event runs from October 10 to November 1. Visit bricktownamusement.com.
The Trail of Fear Haunted Scream Park, Lawton, Oklahoma
The Trail of Fear is Oklahoma’s biggest Haunted event, featuring something for everyone. The 4 main Halloween events include the Trail of Fear, Cirque de Morte, The Hackensaw Haunted Hayride (recommended for children over 10) and the Pumpkin Junction (just for kids). The Halloween event runs from October 3 to November 1. Visit trailoffear.com.
Free Fall Family Fun Fest in Oklahoma City
Covenant Presbyterian Church in Oklahoma City is hosting their annual Free Fall Family Fun Fest. The event includes pony rides, a petting zoo, inflatable games and more. Saturday, October 4 from 2-5pm. Call 405-751-2546 for more information.
Haunt the Harn 2016 in Oklahoma City
This Halloween, step back in time at the Harn Homestead’s annual Haunt the Harn Halloween event. The family friendly event will feature trick-or-treating, fall crafts, hay rides and more. Thursday, October 30 from 5-8 pm. Visit harnhomestead.com.
Ghouls Gone Wild 2016 in Oklahoma City
On Saturday, October 25, 2016, head to downtown Oklahoma City for one of the most exciting Halloween events of the year. The Ghouls Gone Wild parade will feature The Flaming Lips, April Wahlin as Grandmaster and what is sure to be some excellent Halloween parade floats and costumes. Visit ghoulsgonewildokc.com.
Pumpkin Drive at the Oklahoma City Zoo
From Wednesday, October 1 to Sunday, October 12, bring a pumpkin to the Oklahoma City Zoo and get in free. Visit okczoo.com.
Trickcontreat 2016 in Oklahoma City
With a ‘Tribute to B Movies’ theme, the 2016 Halloween TrickconTreat is sure to be a blast. Cult films aren’t the only attraction. This year’s Halloween events also include a hearse and shod-rock show featuring the region’s creepiest cars. Other family friendly Halloween events include games for the kids, make-up and costume workshops, ghost hunting info from local paranormal investigators and more. The Halloween event runs from October 3-5. Visit trickcontreat.com.
Fall Family Night in Edmond, Oklahoma
Don’t you just love that warm, cozy feeling that fall brings? Experience it all over again at Fall Family Night in Edmond. Visit the Festival Market Place in Edmond on October 25 from 5-8pm for a free, low-key family friendly Halloween event. Enjoy delicious hot apple cider, hot chocolate, face painting with clowns, a Moon Walk, door prizes and more. Visit wimgo.com.
Trick-or-Treat at Bass Pro Shops in Oklahoma City
Bring your kid’s coolest, carved Pumpkin to Bass Pro Shops from October 22-29 for their 2016 Pumpkin Carving Contest. Then on October 29, trick or treat at Bass Pro Shops from 5-10pm. Dress your best for the costume contest. Prizes include gift cards, Bass Pro T-shirts and more. Winners will be announced on Kids Night, October 29th. Visit basspro.com.
Trick or Treat on the Street in Edmond, Oklahoma
Don’t have a favorite neighborhood to trick of treat in? This Halloween, trick or treat in the street in downtown Edmond on October 31, from 5-7pm, where merchants will be handing out candy. Visit wimgo.com.
OKC Philharmonic presents Hitchcock at the Movies! in Oklahoma City
Spend your Halloween at the Civic Center Music Hall in Oklahoma City. View the spine-tingling, symphonic movie production Hitchcock at the Movies! featuring Hitchcock’s finest thrillers and a full orchestra. Visit wimgo.com.
Creepy Conservatory in Oklahoma City
On October 25, from 1-4pm, bring your kids (ages 4-10) to the Myriad Botanical Gardens for their annual Halloween event. Featuring a trick or treat trail, creepy animal exhibits, fall crafts and more. Visit myriadgardens.com.