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There really is something so magical about this place that I can’t quite put my finger on. My son is 4 years old and he has an absolute blast every time we go. When you first arrive there is a section of the park where you can walk through a path that has a castle, the hut of the seven dwarfs, the witch’s house from Hansel and Gretel, and many other story time attractions. It feels like stepping into a time capsule because so many of the features were made in the 70’s when the park first opened. It has an innocence to it along with an edge of mystery. The makers of Enchanted Forest truly seem to care about the enjoyment of their park. They even buy back any unused tickets at the end of the day.

After you get through the pathway of story time features there is a ride section that is perfect for toddlers, they have a mini-ferris wheel, a train, bumper boats, and a merry-go-round. If you have older kids there is a roller coaster and a log ride for them to enjoy. Along with that there is a legit haunted house (As seen on Ghost Adventures),

There is even a carefully thought out laser tag game called, “Challenge of Mondor” that you can win a gold medal if you are the highest score of the day (I hold 2 of these medals, and wear them with pride!). At the end of your journey there is a water show in a dark room where you can order food. It is the perfect place to wind down the kiddos, and the pizza is actually top notch! The music is all an original score created by the owner’s daughter and it plays throughout the theme park. This place really is special, and I’m not even coming close to telling the whole story. It seems every time we go we discover something new! What will you discover?