Fall Family Fun in OKC | 2023 Festivals & Kid-Friendly Events

Fall Family Fun OKCIt’s time for fall festivals and events in Oklahoma! From fairs to carnivals to chili cook-offs, there’s something for the whole family – and we are bringing you the ultimate family guide to all things fall in OKC. Be sure to check out the following fall family fun resources too!

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Fall Family Fun: Festivals & Kid-Friendly Events

P Bar Farms | Hydro

Opens September 15
Offers a corn maze, hayride, pumpkin patch, and petting zoo in Hydro, Oklahoma. Book a stay at the farmhouse for a unique getaway!

Parkhurst Ranch | Arcadia

September 15-November 5
In Arcadia, Oklahoma, Parkhurst offers hayrides, petting zoo, fun fort, woodland fairy castle, concessions, and more.

Frontier City Boo Fest

September 16-October 29
Frontier City is offering family-friendly fall activities in one place with no frights, just fun delights. With special daytime attractions, such as a trick-or-treat trail and a special kid-friendly monstertainment. Plus classic park rides with themed Halloween décor, and fun for the whole family shows to get you in the Halloween spirit!

Orr Family Farm

Open select dates from September 23-October 30
Offers pumpkin patch, ropes course, zip line, train ride, maze, barnyard, gemstone mining, games, zombie apocalypse paintball, and more. Spend the night in one of the farm’s tents or Conestoga wagons! And don’t miss Trick “Orr” Treat on October 28th!

Chester’s Party Barn | Piedmont

September 23rd – October 31st 
Offers a pumpkin patch, pumpkin chunk’n, giant slide, inflatables, paintball, tractor rides, and more.

Plaza District Festival 

September 30
Take in some culture and enjoy a wide variety of vendors offering food and entertainment this fall in OKC’s Plaza District. Free to attend!

Pumpkinville at Myriad Botanical Gardens

October 6-22 10am-5pm daily
This is Myriad’s largest annual festival and a beloved fall tradition for thousands of families. Visitors will enjoy imaginative displays made of more than 30,000 pumpkins, gourds, haystacks, and mums. Play games, paint a pumpkin, shop local vendors, and enjoy special treats and unlimited rides on Mo’s Carousel.

Haunt the Zoo 

Saturdays and Sundays, October 7-29
Bring your little ones to trick or treat at the zoo! Held rain or shine, your kiddos will enjoy being greeted by friendly characters, themed booths, carved jack-o-lanterns and so much more!

Bibbidi Bobbidi Boo Bash 

October 15
Venture across the sprawling grounds of the Harn Homestead, where every twist and turn reveals a new surprise. Along the way, you’ll encounter your favorite fairy tale characters and mischievous villains. From princesses to wicked queens, be prepared for encounters that will leave you spellbound. $25/person

Haunt the Harn

October 19
So much fun to be had! Kids and adults alike can enjoy face painting, pumpkin bowling, a cupcake walk and trick or treating at this historic venue.  Be sure to enjoy a hay ride around the property as well! 

Quail Creek Fall Festival 

October 21
Quail Creek neighborhood would like to invite all families to the Quail Creek Fall Festival and Oktoberfest for games, prizes, and food! Ticket prices vary – all proceeds benefit the Quail Community Foundation.

Storybook Forest | Arcadia Lake

October 23-30 from 5:30-8:30pm
Kids can trick or treat in a not-so-scary Storybook Forest of scenes from your favorite nursery rhymes. Following the trail, families are able to join a campfire and roast marshmallows or hot dogs.

Haunt the Hill | Calle 25

October 31st from 5-7pm
The whole family can experience a safe trick-or-treating environment for over 1,000 local kids at the 8th annual Haunt the Hill truck or treat event in the Historic Capitol Hill business district (SW 25th St. between Hudson & Robinson). This year’s free event will feature trunks and storefronts decorated by community partners and Calle Dos Cinco business owners with games and candy giveaways. 

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