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Enchanted Forest

Lenexa’s Enchanted Forest has something to delight even the smallest Halloween revelers.

For one night only, the newly renovated Sar-Ko-Par Trails Park will be transformed into the “Enchanted Forest.” This year’s event will be held on Thursday, Oct. 26 (inclement weather date is Oct. 25), from 5:30-8:30 p.m. at Sar-Ko-Par Trails Park (87th & Lackman). Free event parking is available at Indian Trails Aquatic Center (87th & Greenway) and Cedar Ridge Christian Church (8835 Lackman).

Admission is free. Visitors will enjoy free activities including performances by marionette puppets, magicians and singers along the trail around Rose’s Pond and fun photos in the photo booth. Stroll the seasonal displays, visit friendly characters and enjoy performances at your leisure – no long lines this year.

For additional fun and excitement, kids 12 and under may also purchase a wristband that allows them unlimited access on the hair-raising hayride, inflatables and for the mini-pumpkin decorating activities. Thanks to the support of our generous sponsors, the wristband fee has been reduced to $3 per child. Wristbands may be purchased at the info booth, pumpkin decorating and hayride activities.

Enchanted Forest


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