Fire department brings frightful fun to residents in ‘Haunted Forest’
CHOCTAW, Okla. – A local volunteer fire department hopes to provide a few scares this weekend while raising money to help save lives.
The Choctaw Volunteer Fire Department will take part in the “Choctaw Haunted Forest” on Oct. 25 and Oct. 26.
Teens and adults will be looking over their shoulders at every turn to see ghosts and goblins hiding in the dark.
Younger children can take part in the “Choctaw Haunted Trail,” which runs from 7 p.m. to 10 p.m.
The trail allows kids 12-years-old and under to enjoy decorations, treat stations and lively costumes.
The ‘Haunted Forest’ will begin at dusk and continue until 11 p.m.
All events will take place in Choctaw Creek Park.
If you can’t make it out this weekend, the frightful good times will continue on Oct. 31.
Admission for the forest is $5 per person and admission for the trail is $1 per person.
The fire department will also have hayrides available for guests for just $1 per person.
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