Oct 27, 201210:56 AMWeekend Warrior
What to do and where to go in the OKC metro
4 Places to Go for Scary Halloween Fun!
Now through Halloween is when all the spooks come out! Check out these haunted farms near you. Venture out – if you dare!
- Reding Farm in Chickasha features the Haunted Maize, known as the Harvest of Fear. The Reding Farm Haunted Maize features spooky thrills and ghouls around each corner to scare all who dare to venture into the maze at night. Challenge yourself to the Reding Farm Haunted Maize and go on a 25-minute journey through the creepiest corn maze you’ll ever see.
- Visit the annual P Bar Farms Haunted Maze in Weatherford for a scary good time. When it gets dark on certain nights in October, ghouls, zombies and other horrific creatures venture into the P Bar Farms corn maze to terrorize any person who enters. Visitors to the Haunted Maze will be spooked by these otherworldly beings. Bring your courage to the P Bar Farms Haunted Maze.
- Drumright’s Scream Country Haunted Forest is one of Oklahoma’s largest outdoor haunted forests and haunted house attractions. Prepare to scream as you walk through this year’s “8 Days of the Dead” attraction, a natural one-mile trail that snakes through a haunted forest, if you dare. Not recommended for small children.
- Head out to A’crop’alypse at Moore’s Flying M Ranch near Inola on Friday and Saturday nights in October for a scary good time. At the ranch, zombies infected with a terrifying virus are trying to take over the world, and visitors can only escape by venturing into the safe zone. Escape the zombie pandemic by entering the safe zone’s holding area, where visitors can rest assured they’re safe from the zombies. While you’re in the holding area, sit by the bonfire and enjoy live entertainment, hot dogs and drinks before you are transported to a secured facility on the ranch, where you’ll be trained in the art of zombie killing. A’crop’alpyse includes a haunted hayride and a haunted house.