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“Fun local entertainment”

Enchanted Forest Theme Park
Ranked #7 of 87 things to do in Salem
Certificate of Excellence
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Owner description: A theme park nestled in the beautiful lush forests of Oregon with lots of hands on see and do adventure. Stroll through Storybook Lane, the Western Town. and the English Village, home of the Fantasy Fountains water-light show. Rides include the Ice Mountain Bobsled Roller Coaster, the Big Timber Log Ride, indoor target shooting Challenge of Mondor, bumper cars plus several kiddy rides and a walk-through Haunted House. The outdoor comedy theatre presents farces on fairy tales during the summer months. Picnicking, gift shops, food and more.
Reviewed April 15, 2014

Kids love this place... has gotten more expensive lately, but it's nice to have a local place to go for some thrills. The new shooter game (similar, but obviously on a far smaller scale, to the Buzz Lightyear Disney ride) is pretty fun. Cute photo ops.

Thank courtneyschmortney
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"log ride"
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"haunted house"
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"fairy tale"
in 37 reviews
"western town"
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"water show"
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"kiddie rides"
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"roller coaster"
in 23 reviews
"ride bracelet"
in 18 reviews
"rabbit hole"
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"bumper cars"
in 16 reviews
"nursery rhymes"
in 15 reviews
"story book"
in 8 reviews
"light show"
in 13 reviews
"bigger rides"
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"bring your own"
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"old west"
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"indian caves"
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Reviewed January 3, 2014

This is a family built theme park set in the west side of a dark forest. You wind along paths that lead into the Seven Dwarves caves or down the Rabbit hole. There are mazes and slides and witches mouths to wander down and among. There is an old time western town, and a log slide and a theatre group that preforms parodies on such classics as Jack and the Bean Stalk. For many Willamette Valley families, The Enchanted Forest is a tradition, passed down from generation to generation. The music never changes, the displays are old, the dancing waters kindof lame, but all that just makes it wonderful. A throwback to when lame dancing water was all you needed to fill your mind with wonder.

3  Thank jazger
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Reviewed November 25, 2013

We have 10 grandchildren and 13 grandchildren and have taken all of them for a day trip here. It's so much fun for the kids and not crowded and lines like so many other parks. Do not miss the theater production as it is wonderful. Funny to adults and children alike and the actors interact with the children which is a great photo op

4  Thank Shirl R
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Reviewed November 25, 2013

This is a quaint little spot for a 1/2 day of family fun. This attraction is best enjoyed by families with children 10 and younger. This is family owned and operated and us very quaint and just has a few very tame rides and fair type carnival rides. It is a great way for young kids to burn off lots of energy as there are trails and paths for them to explore and several great slides for them to experience. Definatly not a spot for older kids. The attraction is based on different Fairy Tales and not designed for the older kids in the family.

2  Thank Beckysue2
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Reviewed November 25, 2013 via mobile

This spot has been around a long time. Built and maintained locally. On a hot day it is a great, whimsical excursion. Nestled on the side of a wooded hill it is well shaded. Lots of hilly paths to follow and see cameos of storybook sets and characters. There are a few simple rides that are fun for kids. Overall a lovely, quaint roadside attraction.

2  Thank Martmalart
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