Autumn is a gorgeous time in Oklahoma. Plan your stay around these great October events to get the full effect of the changing weather!
10/5: 10th Annual McNellie’s Harvest Beer Festival
This year, Tulsa’s favorite beer festival is expecting over 80 breweries to participate in their event. For those who want more than a few tastings, ticket options include a VIP Brunch and VIP Buffet add-on.
While Basecamp itself does not have to do much with fall, it gives participants the chance to immerse themselves in the gorgeous foliage on Turkey Mountain. This event is Tulsa’s only camping and music festival and is great for all ages! As a bonus, all proceeds go to Tulsa River Parks Authority.
10/12: Festival of Freaks
This event calls itself “a celebration of all that is freaky and weird.” Sponsored by the podcast Hillbilly Horror Stories, you can expect to find unique and unusual things at this event.
10/12: Therapy and Beyond’s 2nd Annual Fall Festival
Celebrate Therapy and Beyond’s Annual Fall Festival at Pleasant Valley Farms! This is a free festival for the autistic community and features a hayride, corn maze, free pumpkin pie, and more!
10/13: Dragon Alley: A Wizard’s Fest
One of the most magical October events! This free event celebrates the witches, wizards, and magical worlds found in books and films. The Fest is family-friendly, and costumes are encouraged as there will be a costume contest! A live owl will also be featured for a meet and greet.
10/17-20: Linde Oktoberfest
Celebrate 41 years of Bavarian culture at one of T-Town’s most culturally authentic October events. Bring friends and family to this night of beer, bratwurst, and great music.
10/25-10/31: Hallowmarine 2019
Hallowmarine is of the Halloween-themed October events targeted toward children! This is the first year the Oklahoma Aquarium has indoor trick-or-treating, and festivities also include a costume contest, face painting, and more!
10/26-10/31: Hallowzooeen 2019
Hallowzooeen is a “spooky (but not too scary)” week of trick or treating at the Tulsa Zoo. For an additional price, board the haunted train or ride the Scary-go-round.
10/30: Monster Movie Madness
Many of the movie-based October events feature spooky films and this night is no different! Join the Tulsa Library in the Tandy Garden for “Tremors” and try not to let it scare you too much!
Ongoing October Events:
Now-11/9: Pumpkin Festival at Shepherd’s Cross
The Pumpkin Festival at Shepherd’s Cross features over 50 activities for visitors of all ages to enjoy! From a hay maze to a variety of indoor and outdoor games, you will find something for you at Shepherd’s Cross.
Now-11/9: Black Walnut Hulling and Buying at Shepherd’s Cross
While you are enjoying the Pumpkin Festival, get grabbing black walnuts! Pick them up off the ground and take them back to the farm for hulling and weighing. Unlike other October events, you can make money doing this! Shepherd’s Cross is one of four buying stations in Oklahoma, making it the perfect place to drop your black walnuts. Collect your cash to spend at the Pumpkin Festival!
Now-10/06: Tulsa State Fair
For the first week in October, enjoy the end of the Tulsa State Fair! Enjoy concerts, rides, contests, and more at the City’s largest family-friendly festival.
Do not let your Plans FALL Through; make a Reservation at Riverview RV!
Located in Sand Springs, just a short distance from Tulsa, Riverview RV Park is the perfect place to embrace fall. With the many October events happening nearby, our campground is a great spot to set up camp. We offer daily, weekly, and monthly rates for visitors and our amenities include hot showers, self-service laundry, and more. With a breathtaking view of the Arkansas River and many walking trails, where else would you want to spend autumn? To learn more about our park, visit us online or give us a call at (918) 245-8588.