This is it, the week of Halloween, it's almost here. So have you had your fill of horror movies and haunted attractions? If not and you're still looking to get scared you could always take a horrifying hike on this Oklahoma trail, if you're brave enough. Take a 3/4 mile hike into these woods where your nightmares become reality. This one isn't for the kids  or faint of heart. We're talking true terror on the trails at Turkey Mountain.

The Turkey Mountain Haunted Trail is put on by the Turkey Mountain Urban Wilderness Area along with the River Parks Authority and WSA Soccer. All proceeds go to benefit the River Porks Authority and WSA Soccer so it's a terrifyingly good time and for a great cause! The Turkey Mountain Haunted Trail is located in Tulsa, OK. It will be open from now until Halloween (10-31-21) from 6:30pm to 10:00pm nightly. 

Visit the Turkey Mountain Haunted Trail official website for all the details and to pre-order your tickets. They go fast so if you're interested get them before they sell out! The trail takes around 25 minutes to walk and you'll encounter several scary sights along the way. A guide will walk you down the trail with a small group of 8-10 people for an unforgettable experience. Hit play on the video below for a sneak peek of the trail:

Looks like a frightfully fun time to me! I haven't gone to this haunted attraction yet so I'll have to make the trip to Tulsa and check it out. We only have a few more days before Halloween to get all our scares in so time is running out. It's great to see so many of these haunted attractions and events return for 2021 after last year's cancellations thanks to the COVID-19 pandemic. So get out there and make the most of it!

Want more ideas and suggestions for some Halloween fun? Click here to see the Lawton, Fort Sill Halloween happening calendar. We have all kinds of events scheduled this week as we get closer to All Hallow's Eve. After all the cancellations last year we're making up for it this year. All your favorite Lawton Halloween happenings have returned for 2021 and we have some new ones too!

Not only are there lots of great local events and Halloween happenings, but there are also all kinds of other frightfully fun things going on. You could head to the Trail of Fear Scream Park for some haunted attractions, escape rooms and take in a show. They'll be hosting the Lawton Interactive Theater's performance of Evil Dead the Musical on select dates/times throughout October. We rate it 5 out of 5 stars!

You could also check out the top 10 best corn mazes and pumpkin patches in Oklahoma. If you're looking to get scared here's a top 10 list of some of the very best, most terrifying haunted attractions and scream parks in the state. And yes, Trail of Fear here in Lawton is at the top of the list as one of the very best!

Now if you prefer the real deal and think you're brave enough click here to see the top 10 scariest Oklahoma hauntings and urban legends. You could take a ghost hunting road trip and visit these locations. A lot of them are only an hour or so away from Lawton, Fort Sill. As a matter of fact, one of the most haunted places in the entire state is just a short 45-minute drive from here between Duncan and Commanche., OK.

There's something for everyone. Whatever you have planned I hope you have a happy and safe Halloween!

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