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Enchanted Forest Turner

Where is it at?

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Enchanted Forest
8462 Enchanted Way SE
Turner
OR
97392
Tel: 503 371 4242

Directions

Coming from the North - Take interstate 5 south and take exit 248 (Sunnyside-Turner). Turn left at the stop sign into Delaney. Turn right on Enchanted Way. Travel 1/2 mile to Enchanted Forest on left. Coming from the South - Take interstate 5 and take exit 248 (Sunnyside-Turner) Turn right at the stop sign onto Delaney. Turn right immediately on Enchanted Way. Travel 1/2 mile to Enchanted Forest on left.

Where are we going today?

Ready to experience an enchanted land deep in an Enchanted Forest in Salem, Oregon? That's exactly what Enchanted Forest is!

This fun and magical theme park perfect for families, has been creating fun memories since all the way back in 1971! It's also home to the biggest log ride in the northwest - now THAT is impressive!

But of course, we know you visit theme parks for the rides, so let's find out all the fun rides Enchanted Forest has in store!

Let's start with that log ride! It's actually the Big Timber Log Ride, and it takes you through an old logging mill, and right through the trees until you get to a mammoth 40 foot drop at the end! And yes - you will likely get wet!

How about taking on 1600 feet of track with the Ice Mountain Bobsled Roller Coaster? This was actually the very first ride that opened in the park, and over 2 1/2 minutes you'll find plenty of drops and turns. 

Added in 2006, Mondor's Challenge is a beautiful indoor ride that keeps your score as you battle dragons and monsters to save the day

Feeling brave? What about heading to the haunted house...if you dare! Here the ghosts of the past come alive for their one final scare...BOO! 

But, if that sounds too much for you, Enchanted Forest has some great family and kiddie friendly rides that you might just love. There are kiddy bumper boats where they can pretend to be out on the water, and the fin kiddy ferris wheel which is always a fun classic favorite. 

From frog hoppers to train rides, there certainly is something for everyone!

If rides weren't enough, Enchanted Forest lets you explore an old western town, Storybook Lane with some fun characters, and kids can even pan for treasure!

An enchanting time in Oregon!

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How much does it cost?

  • Adults$10.95 plus rides $1/ticket
  • Children$9.95 (Ages 3 to 12) plus rides $1/ticket
  • Free Under: 2 years.
LAST UPDATED 2015

When can we go?

Times vary on the day and the month

March to September

I'm Hungry!

There are a number of food options for you! From pizza, Asian, burgers, and fries, to drinks and sweet treats...there is something for all!.

Healthy Eating!

The Jolly Roger Inn has salads.

Any Top Tips?

Prices are for general admission, then each ride is a set amount of tickets. However, you can purchase a ride band which gives you unlimited rides, but this is on top of general admission. .

Doing our bit

They love keeping you safe, so some of the attractions have height restrictions so make sure you follow any regulations you see.

Need a little extra help?

Many of the attractions and rides are accessible to wheelchairs, but speak to staff when you arrive and they will tell you the best way for getting around the park .

Can I get one of those?

There are THREE gift shops that you can enjoy! They have gifts, toys, shirts, candy, and even western gift items!.

More information

They love having birthday parties at the park! Why not celebrate in a magical way!.

What people are saying?

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    I don't think the other reviewers and I visited the same place. I wouldn't describe it so much as awesome and inexpensive but more as creepy and lackluster. Creepy, creepy place. If you like old animatronics with scratchy/bad audio and halucinagenic-drug-insprired sculpting, this is the place for you. It was actually kind of comical how decrepit the place was. And for me, it seemed expensive because there was not a lot of bang for your buck. Unless your idea of "bang" is being transported to the home of a hoarder. This place could be turned into...Read More

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    My family and I went to Enchanted Forest this past Tuesday and we had a good time. Our son is 3 years old and he was able to ride the kiddie rides (bumper boats, kiddie train, frog hopper, and ferris wheel). He was too scared for the haunted house and too young for the log ride and roller coaster. Overall, we had a good experience. Prices were very reasonable and the staff was friendly. We will come back when my son is a little older to enjoy the other rides at the park. Thank You Enchanted Forest. Some items to note: the park is located...Read More

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    Perfect for little children. So many free options before the rides, inexpensive food and magical environment.

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    I never been there but im looking at there rates, So let me get this right you pay to get in then you pay again for the rides, sounds like I would have a better time driving to LA and going to magic mountain i think ill spend my money in looney town pay once and ride all day.

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    What a surprisingly great amusement park for families with young kids! Unlike any park I've been to before, the Enchanted Forest is quaint and quirky, nestled among wooded hills with lots of winding paths through the trees. Not too crowded and mostly shaded. From the time we wound our way through the little castle at the entrance, we found one surprise after another, including lots of passageways and tunnels to explore, a small rollercoaster, a water show, a variety of slides, a fanciful train, and a tiny ferris wheel. We were happy parents all...Read More

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by Matt Slakey

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I don't think the other reviewers and I visited the same place. I wouldn't describe it so much as awesome and inexpensive but more as creepy and lackluster. Creepy, creepy place. If you like old animatronics with scratchy/bad audio and halucinagenic-drug-insprired sculpting, this is the place for you. It was actually kind of comical how decrepit the place was. And for me, it seemed expensive because there was not a lot of bang for your buck. Unless your idea of "bang" is being transported to the home of a hoarder. This place could be turned into a "Haunted Hillside" with very little effort.

But the weather was nice and the staff friendly (kids working during the summer).

Will not be going back if I can help it, once was enough.

by Brent Nelson

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My family and I went to Enchanted Forest this past Tuesday and we had a good time. Our son is 3 years old and he was able to ride the kiddie rides (bumper boats, kiddie train, frog hopper, and ferris wheel). He was too scared for the haunted house and too young for the log ride and roller coaster. Overall, we had a good experience. Prices were very reasonable and the staff was friendly. We will come back when my son is a little older to enjoy the other rides at the park. Thank You Enchanted Forest. Some items to note: the park is located on the side of a forested hill. It would be hard to use a stroller since most of the park would be an upward/downward climb and most strollers do not fit in most attractions. I don't think the park is suitable for kids under 2 and is more geared for children 4-10 years old. Bring a change of clothes or towel if you plan on going on the log ride because you will get wet.

by Jeff Mabeck

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What a surprisingly great amusement park for families with young kids! Unlike any park I've been to before, the Enchanted Forest is quaint and quirky, nestled among wooded hills with lots of winding paths through the trees. Not too crowded and mostly shaded. From the time we wound our way through the little castle at the entrance, we found one surprise after another, including lots of passageways and tunnels to explore, a small rollercoaster, a water show, a variety of slides, a fanciful train, and a tiny ferris wheel. We were happy parents all the way home with happy, sleeping kids in the back seat. If you have young kids under 8, I highly recommend it.

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