Children can meet characters from their favorite fables each year at Storybook Forest, a "not-so-scary" event that is one of the top Halloween happenings in the Oklahoma City metro area. Designed for children 10 and under, in full costume if they so choose, Storybook Forest takes place over a week in late October and features a tree-lined trail where kids collect candy and visit scenes from classic tales such as the "Three Little Pigs" and "Peter Peter Pumpkin Eater."
2012 Date and Time:
In 2012, Storybook Forest begins on October 23rd and runs through Halloween night on the 31st. Activities last from 5:30 p.m. to 8:30 p.m. each night.
Storybook Forest admission is $5 per child Monday through Thursday and $7 on Friday, Saturday and Sunday. Parents are admitted free with the purchase of a child ticket. Hot dogs and marshmallows for roasting as well as hot chocolate cost extra.
Storybook Forest is held east of Edmond at Arcadia Lake's Spring Creek Park. Go two and half miles east of I-35 on 15th Street.
Storybook Forest Activities:
The annual Storybook Forest event features a number of activities. Kids can:
- Collect candy along the forest trail
- Visit scenes from classic stories and rhymes
- Hear the stories and nursery rhymes read aloud around the campfire
- Go on a hayride
- Play the bag toss and other games
- Roast hot dogs and marshmallows on the campfire