If you’d like to visit a place that brings all of your favorite fairy tales to life but in a different way than Disneyworld does, you should head to the Enchanted Forest in Oregon. This quirky amusement park was hand-crafted in the 1970s by Roger Tofte whose family still runs it. It’s a perfectly charming place that can be enjoyed by many generations.
The buildings in the park were handcrafted from wood and old trees, which gives the place a genuine, whimsical vibe. It’s not a surprise that kids love it, but it’s also a favorite of many parents and grandparents who enjoy reliving their childhood memories.
As for the current Covid-19 pandemic, the park stays open but the officials have posted some warnings on the website. “If you are experiencing any COVID-19 symptoms, please visit the park another day to protect both yourself and others,” they write. “If you are in a high-risk group (senior citizens and people with underlying medical conditions), we recommend you wait to visit until the danger of COVID-19 is over or there is is a vaccine.”
Otherwise, this Oregon park is a perfect place to get away from the realities of life and live in a fairy tale for a day. The address is 8462 Enchanted Way SE, Turner, OR 97392.