Are you looking for a spooky and fun way to celebrate Halloween this year? Look no further than Oklahoma City! The Oklahoma City Parks and Recreation Department is hosting a month of October filled with family-friendly activities, from costume contests to candy hunts. Plus, there are plenty of other events taking place in and around Oklahoma City that are sure to make your Halloween extra special. If you're looking for a unique way to celebrate the spookiest holiday of the year, Oklahoma City has plenty of options for you and your family. From costume contests to candy hunts, there's something for everyone in the city this October.
For those under 14 years of age, Downtown Edmond (23 W 1st St, Edmond) is hosting a Halloween tour with temporary stores, candy, a live DJ, and a costume contest followed by a ghost tour by the Oklahoma Paranormal Association. Oklahoma River Cruises is also offering a Halloween-themed ship with decorations, food, music, and a cash bar. The Oklahoma City Parks Recreation Department is hosting a spooky water adventure with games, music, and swimming in the dark. The Oklahoma City Zoo's Haunt the Zoo (2101 NE 50th St) has candy stands located along the Haunt the Zoo trail.
And the Oklahoma Railroad Museum (3400 NE Grand Blvd) is offering a 40-minute train ride, mini-golf course, treasure hunt, and costume contest on their Halloween Train. So don't miss out on all the fun this Halloween! Get your costumes ready and join in on all the spooky festivities taking place in Oklahoma City. From costume contests to candy hunts, there's something for everyone in the city this October.