Halloween Events around Tulsa
Fall is finally here and Halloween is on its way. Whether you're looking for family friendly fun, or something a little spookier, there are lots of great options in and around Tulsa.
Check out a few of our recommendations below!
Located at 61st just off Highway 169, Pumpkin Town Farms has something for everyone.
Get lost in the legendary corn maze, meet some friendly barnyard animals, or try a dozen other attractions.
And for those looking for a genuine fright, Insanity Farms located on the same property offers 3 unique horrifying attractions.
Not just for peaches, stop by this orchard in Porter, OK to find the perfect pumpkin and enjoy other family friendly activities.
This Bixby destination also offers an assortment of pumpkins, plus a petting zoo and sorghum cane maze.
Pleasant Valley Farms Pumpkin and Winter Squash Festival
Head to Sand Springs and pick your own pumpkins and gourds, and shop from more than 30 craft and food vendors. Activities include a 15-acre corn maze, kiddie corn maze, duck races, and a 18-hole mini golf course.
Oklahoma Heritage Farm Fall Festival
Take a short drive to Ramona and enjoy activities including pick-your-own pumpkin patches, 11-acre corn maze, games, rides, special entertainment, concessions, a real country store.
Pumpkin Patch at Shepherd's Cross
This Claremore attraction features a pumpkin patch, petting zoo, farm museum and games, pumpkin stroll, hay maze, 4-floor educational silo, and festival games.
Oklahoma Witches Ball
Hosted at NOAH's Event Center, this annual costume party is a great spot for adults who love Halloween. Food trucks, DJ's costume contest and much more!
Grab your broomsticks and fly to HallowZOOeen Oct. 26-31, the Tulsa Zoo's premier spooky (but not-too scary) Halloween trick-or-treat event for the whole family.