Family fun takes the trail to Oregon City

October 15, 2013 by  

The Wenzel Farm Halloween Fantasy Trail, an ideal way for families to share some quality time while celebrating the Halloween season, opens its doors today.

With print companies no doubt spreading the word about this spooky Halloween event to people in this city and the surrounding communities, banner printing is likely to be among the services needed for directional and promotional purposes.

Wenzel Farm is inviting people to come out and take a leisurely walk through its lit and wooded fantasy trail. Filled with a number of spooky characters, sounds, and sights, guests will enjoy a walk through a forty-foot castle created with the help of Halloween scenes.

While visiting, people will have the opportunity to attempt to navigate the maze, stroll through an eerie tunnel, visit the un-natural crooked house, and travel over the suspension. As part of the activity program, guests are invited to visit the pumpkin patch and enjoy the various refreshments that are available. Groups are welcome to take part as well, and should call the farm for rates.

Admission is $5 per adult, or $4 for children aged 12 and under. The trail will be open as of tonight, October 15, and will continue until Wednesday, October 30, from 7:00 pm to 10:00 pm at the Wenzel Farm located at 9754 South Ridge Road in Oregon City, Oregon. To find out more about this trail, or to purchase tickets, visit the farm’s website or call it at 503-631-2047 during business hours.

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