The Enchanted Forest

Hang on to your pants for the trip of a lifetime, down the yellow-brick road…

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Or a horse-ride if you’re keen….

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Scale high heights…

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And jump over the moon!

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The Enchanted Forest is a kid’s wonderland! Words cannot explain how much Mikayla enjoyed this little trip through the woods. And consequently, we enjoyed it too.

You are met at the gate by a spectacular dragon.

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You can choose to go to the guillotine if you want. I wouldn’t recommend taking your little kids downstairs in this area though… No, seriously. Don’t take them downstairs.

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Every rhyme, fairy tale and story is depicted here in variably sized structures and mini-scenes. This old-womans shoe, for instance, is a 3 story dwelling!

Three little pigs…

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Little Miss Muffet….

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Look out for Jack…

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Pooh bear is everyone’s favourite… isn’t he?

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You can get fit climbing a tree house (Mkayla walked the whole way around the garden and up and down the tree house – amazing!).

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The amenities are easy to find…. hmmmm!

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Thankfully, there were no unexpected gifts along the way!

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Some of them were a bit cute…

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And others a bit creepy!

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Not all were clear to me where they were from, but that doesn’t mean the kids don’t enjoy them.

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The obligatory little furry:

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We all looked longingly at the adventure playground and high-ropes course next door. We would have loved to go, but ran out of time. We also hoped to go on our drive back through, but it happened to rain that day. If we go back up to the Rockies, we definitely plan to go to the playground and ropes course.

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Lastly, a small taste of home….

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If you are heading past Revelstoke, especially if you have children with you, do yourself a favour and go to the Enchanted Forest.

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