With Halloween coming up there's plenty of ways to celebrate in the Tulsa area:
Halloween Castle of Muskogee -With lots of events ranging from the not scary to very scary. Open Friday and Saturday nights now until Nov. And don't forget the Pumpkin Kingdom where you can pick out a pumpkin, check out the petting zoo, and bounce house -open Thursdays -Saturdays 10a.m.-6p.m. For more information please see their website.
Tulsa Parks - Has many different events like Halloween Carnivals, Flashlight Candy Scramble, a Coloring Contest, and more. Please see their website and choose the closest community center to find more information.
Bass Pro -Offering lots of free Halloween events like Halloween crafts, Trick or treating, Scavenger Hunt, and more will be going on Oct. 19 -31. Please see their website for more information.
Haunted Hollow -Oct. 24 -Oct. 26 6p.m. -9:30p.m. Offering a variety of events like Hayrides, fun games, concessions, and more. Cost varies depending on activity. This is open to the public but, limited reservations are available -please see their website for more information.
HallowZOOeen -Oct. 27- Oct. 31 6:30p.m.-8:30 p.m. A spooky but not too scary trick or treat event with stops full of treats, games, a Haunted train ride, and more. For costs and more information please see the Tulsa Zoo website.
HallowMarine -Oct. 27 -Oct 31 6:30p.m.- 9p.m. A fun, safe, indoor, trick or treating event. Exhibits are open, you may also see a mermaid and/or pirate diver, carnival fun, and more. For pricing and more information please see the Oklahoma Aquarium website.
Boo Haha -Oct. 27 is the BooHaha festival part of Brookside's BooFest 2013. With all kinds of fun including costume contests, Parade starting at 3p.m., and more. Please see their website for more information.