It’s festival season in Oklahoma! From fairs to carnivals to chili cook-offs, there’s something for the whole family with these Fall Festivals in OKC!
Head out to Holdenville’s largest annual event to enjoy live bands, food and of course, the cars!
Quail Creek neighborhood would like to invite all families to the Quail Creek Fall Festival and Oktoberfest on October 2nd 2016 from 4 pm-6 pm. Tons of games, prizes, and food! Ticket prices vary – all proceeds benefit the Quail Community Foundation.
Haunt the Zoo
October 26th – October 31st 6:30-8:30 p.m.
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! $7 for trick or treaters, $4 for non trick or treaters
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!
October 28th :: 3:30-5:30 p.m.
Enjoy family fun and games in Downtown Edmond to help welcome the fall season!
We can all agree that this fall probably won’t look like a “normal” fall. Our kiddos may not go trick-or-treating around the neighborhood, and you may not want to walk through a crowded haunted house anytime soon. My kids have exactly eleventy bazillion questions about the future right now, and I don’t have one single, solitary answer. BUT the air is still crisp, pumpkin spice candles are still burning, and there is still TONS of fall family fun to be had in the metro! Grab your family and create some new traditions this year to remember for years to come!
Hillbilly Haven is a brand new family farm in Oklahoma City! Conveniently located off of I-35, Hillbilly Haven is bound to become your new go-to fall family activity! Hillbilly Haven is open Wednesdays through Saturdays from 11 am to 6 pm and on Sundays from 1 pm to 6 pm.
Hillbilly Haven offers food trucks, hay rides and swings, pumpkin sales, a John Deere tricycle course, a petting zoo, pony rides, and Oklahoma State Fair favorite, Swifty the Pig! With your safety in mind, all activities are outdoors and sanitizing stations are spread throughout the farm. Come for the fun, stay for the food trucks!
More Family Fun Around the Metro
September 26-November 1 in Piedmont. Thursdays-Saturdays from 10 am-6 pm and Sundays from 1-6 pm. Offers a pumpkin patch, pumpkin chunk’n, giant slide, inflatables, paintball, tractor rides, and more.
October 16-25 from 9 am to 9 pm. Six pumpkin mosaics will be on display around the gardens celebrating all that is beautiful about fall. Pumpkins will be available for purchase, as well as corn mazes, pumpkin decorating, and a trick-or-treat weekend.
Frontier City’s recreation of Fright Fest is happening this year on weekends from October 2-31. With extra safety precautions in place, haunted Halloween fun will be happening both day and night!
October 22 from 6-8:30. Family-friendly trick or treat event at an original Land Run property. Families can explore this indoor/outdoor territorial museum as they trick or treat, play games, do crafts, and take a hayride.
Trick or treat amongst your favorite animals on Saturdays and Sundays October 10-November 1 from 9 am-4 pm. OKC Zoo is offering extended weekends for Haunt the Zoo this year, as well as increased sanitation protocols for your safety.
Open select dates from September 19-November 14. Offers pumpkin patch, 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!
Open September 10-October 31 with varying hours in Arcadia, Oklahoma. Offers hayrides, petting zoo, fun fort, woodland fairy castle, concessions, and more.
September 19-October 31 with varying hours. Offers a corn maze, hayride, pumpkin patch, and petting zoo in Hydro, Oklahoma. Book a stay at the farmhouse for a unique getaway!
September 26-October 31 with varying hours in Lamont, Oklahoma. Offers pumpkin patch, 10-acre corn maze, hay fort, petting zoo, games, and more.
October 23-30 from 5:30-8:30 pm at Arcadia Lake. 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.