You Can Explore Alice's Rabbit Hole & A Storybook Wonderland Right In Oregon
A wonderful world of magical and strange creations.
Traditional theme parks are fun, but have you been to a trippy one? The Enchanted Forest in Oregon is home to a magical wonderland that will transport you to a storybook realm. It's not just for kids, in fact, you may feel like you've fallen down a real rabbit hole.
Theme parks are always a good idea for a little nostalgia, and this spot will whisk you away to a world of wonder and magic.
Enchanted Forest in Turner, Oregon, is filled with towering structures reminiscent of famous fictional characters and wild tales from your childhood.
Admission is $14.50 March - September, and the hours run from 10 a.m. until 4 p.m.
Nursery rhymes come to life along the tree-laden streets, and as you make your way through the park, you will feel like you've left the real world and been swept away to a new one.
You can visit a slide that sits inside a witch's mouth or wander down Alice'shole.
After you indulge in a little blast from the past with your favorite fairytales, you can visit the Western Town and the Old European Village.
The spooky haunted house will give you chills even as an adult, or if being scared isn't your thing, you can ride the log ride for a pastime favorite.
You'll get lost in a world of strange andcreations perfect for altering your reality just enough to send you on an epic adventure.
The unique decorations feel more "folk" and less franchise, which gives the whole thing a vintage vibe.
This trippy spot is sure to awaken both the inner child in you and the adventure seeker, but both will be amazed and maybe a little spooked by this wild park.
When: March - September, 10 a.m. until 4 p.m.
Address: 8462 Enchanted Way SE., Turner, OR
Why You Need To Go: This fascinating theme park will whisk you away to a world of storybook wonders and trippy tales.
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