Be a part of Oklahoma's first annual "Boohaha" Halloween festival. It's going to be a spooktacular good time with games, prizes, vendors, tons of candy, food trucks, bonfires, live music, and of course it wouldn't be Halloween without some kind of haunted attraction.

There's going to be a haunted hayride if you're brave enough and for those of you who aren't they'll have a regular hayride as well. So if scary is your thing, or not "Boohaha" has you covered. There's something for everyone, it'll be fun for the whole family.

The first annual "Boohaha" will be held in Pryor, OK. from Friday, October 29th through Halloween night Sunday, October 31st (10-29-21 through 10-31-21). The festival will be open from 6:00pm until midnight Friday/Saturday and 6:00pm until midnight on Sunday. The festival will be held at the Pryor Creek Golf Course located at 724 E. 530 Road in Pryor, OK. You can celebrate All Hallow's Eve all 3 days!

If the town of Pryor, OK. sounds familiar it's because that's where Rocklahoma is held each year. Yep, same town. It's a great place and they have some amazing restaurants and shops.

If you get the chance you'll want to grab a bite to eat at the Dutch Pantry it's right outside of Pryor in Chouteau. There's also the Amish Cheese House that has incredible food and all kinds of fresh-made cheeses, baked goods, and candies.

Some of the attractions you'll find at "Boohaha" include the Goblin Express and the Haunted Mile hayrides. One is more for younger kids and isn't scary or haunted, the other isn't for the faint of heart.

The Goblin Express is perfect for the entire family, especially for kids 12 and younger. The Haunted Mile is for older kids and those who enjoy haunted or scary attractions. Both are around two miles long and will take you through the woods and open areas over 425 plus acres to the Neosha River and back.

The Haunted Mile sounds like a good time. It's a haunted hayride that features the legend of 7-Iron Jack. A brutal serial killer who's rumored to be in the Pryor Creek area. This homicidal maniac preys on golfers and teenagers. Click here to read the legend of 7-Iron Jack.

The festival is FREE to attend, if you're wanting to do the hayrides they're $10.00 for the Goblin Express and $15.00 for the Haunted Mile. All funds will go to benefit local missions and charities. It'll be a good time and for a great cause. For more information and to pre-order tickets for the hayrides visit the official website.

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