The spookiest time of year is right around the corner, and that means it's the perfect time to explore some funky, freaky, and downright eerie spots. These places to visit in Oregon this October will let you indulge in scary legends, tasty treats, and fun festivities to get you in the Halloween spirit. You can see them all, or pick one for an exciting adventure.

If you wait year-round for pumpkin-spiced everything and creepy decorations, these locations will give you even more to look forward to.

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You can head to a real-life Halloweentown or hunt for ghosts around the state.

Grab your flashlights, cameras, and your favorite scare-buddy for a boo-tiful month of all things spooky!

Spirit Of Halloweentown

Price: $45

Location: 275 Strand St., St. Helens, OR

Why You Need To Go: You can visit this real-life town based on the Disney classic Halloweentown.

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Voodoo Doughnuts

Price: 💸

Cuisine: Bakery

Location: Multiple locations

Why You Need To Go: Treat yourself to a voodoo-doll shaped pastry or try any of the unique flavor combinations.

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Enchanted Forest

Price: $14.50

Location: 8462 Enchanted Way SE., Turner, OR

Why You Need To Go: Not only is this eerie theme park packed full of strange storybook attractions, but it's also haunted.

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Oregon Film Museum

Price: $6

Location: 732 Duane St., Astoria, OR

Why You Need To Go: Situated inside an old jail, this museum lets you check out memorabilia from The Goonies.

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Golden Ghost Town

Price: Free

Location: Golden State Heritage Park, OR

Why You Need To Go: This historical town is said to be filled with actual spirits.

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The Octopus Tree

Price: Free

Location: 2375 Cape Meares Loop, Tillamook, OR

Why You Need To Go: This ancient tree looks like something out of Sleepy Hollow.

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Neskowin Ghost Forest

Price: Free

Location: Newskowin Beach Recreational Site, OR

Why You Need To Go: While there is no shortage of ghost towns and haunted houses, a ghost forest is a must-do for your bucket list.

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Are you ready for a road trip dedicated to the most fang-tastic holiday?

Before you get going, check our Responsible Travel Guide so you can be informed, be safe, be smart, and, most of all, be respectful on your trip.