With fun for kids and the adults, Halloween is one of the more enjoyable holidays of the year. Here is a complete guide to the Halloween holiday in the Oklahoma City area, with information on trick-or-treating, events, haunted houses, costumes, pumpkin patches and more.
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So the kids are in costume and you begin ringing doorbells. But nobody's home. Believe it or not, trick-or-treating is not always on Halloween night. It might depend on the day of the week. Get information on the official trick-or-treat dates for each community in the Oklahoma City metro area, as well as tips on how to make your trick-or-treat experience a safe and enjoyable one for kids and parents alike.
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Many of the Halloween events and activities begin early in October and continue through Halloween while others are one night affairs. There are community events for families as well as the fun fright nights. From the Haunt the Zoo to Storybook Forest at Arcadia Lake and much, much more, get a complete list of Halloween events in the Oklahoma City area.
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Where can you go for the ultimate scares in the metro? Whether it's clean fun for the little ones or true terror for the older folks, here is a list of the top Haunted Houses in Oklahoma City, with information on location, admission, hours of operation, what to expect and more for each.Continue to 5 of 6 below.
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When the fall season arrives and everyone prepares for Halloween, many metro residents visit the Oklahoma City pumpkin patches to pick out that perfect holiday pumpkin. Many of them even offer fun activities such as hay rides and petting zoos. Here is a list of Oklahoma City area pumpkin patches, with contact information on each.
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You have probably heard the legend of the Skirvin Hotel downtown, but did you know Oklahoma City and the surrounding communities have several reportedly haunted places? A suburban middle school, an internet famous metro body shop, a chilling local inn... Here are a few of the more popular ghost stories and haunted places in Oklahoma City. Be aware, though, that several are private property and should not be visited without permission.