While the sun spends most of its day in the sky, it still finds time to hang out in The Riviera Tanning Spa, teaching five different levels of Ergoline tanning beds how to bronze bodies with color that looks like it came from the star itself. From the Ambition bed?s beginner-friendly 120-watt bulbs to the Excellence 800?s simmering 520-watt heaters, tanners of all levels can boost golden hues in as little as 10 minutes. Thanks to their large facility, Riveria can accommodate a high influx of individuals without requiring appointments. Their Autobronzer system also reduced peaked appearances without UV exposure, spraying skin with three levels of sunless solutions that add color that won?t run, streak, or turn blue when placed under a black light.
Still Posh crams closets with trendy apparel, accessories, and original jewelry from renowned brand names. Customers can conceal upper torsos within the folds of a classic tank top rather than risk breaking the strict shirt policies of most family-friendly restaurants ($28). Clotheshounds can cushion collars in a selection of scarves ($12), cloak gams in Nikibiki ribbed leggings ($18), or store milk money in the pocket of a Spy-C pocket tee ($30). The gift of a necklace-and-earrings set ($18) can express romantic intentions to a special someone or help win extra servings from the lunch lady on Sloppy Joe Mondays.
Under new ownership, the recently renovated Freedom Lanes welcomes pin-pushers seven days a week. Alley cats can bring the whole bowling brood for a family night, granting each person two chances to go for the glory. The option for bumper-equipped lanes lets amateurs put pros in their places. With modern scoring technology, refinished lanes, and brand-new pins, a melodious symphony of strikes or gutter balls drowns out impromptu rental-shoe tap dances. After perfecting hooks, bowlers can celebrate a victory or drown sorrows in a large consolation pizza and four large sodas. Those thirsty for more can check out Freedom Lanes' extensive lunch and dinner menus, packed with sustenance options to refuel for parking-lot instant replays.
The Chisholm Trail Heritage Center educates old ranch hands and rootin’-tootin’ greenhorns about the cattle drives of the 19th and 20th centuries with multimedia presentations and interactive exhibits. Wannabe bovine chaperones can try their hand at roping a steer, learn how to tell the age of cattle, and watch animatronic cowboys discuss life on the trail and successful ways to impersonate humans. Inside the multisensory Experience Theater, viewers are transported along on a cattle drive as they smell the flowers of the prairie, hear the sounds of cattle, and feel the wind and water of a storm. An interactive video game lets kids play the part of a rancher trying to get a herd to the railroad, and a branding station helps exercise creativity by marking property, such as video games or siblings.
Snapshot Parties memorializes parties, proms, holiday celebrations, and wedding receptions with custom photo-booth packages replete with digital images, instantly printed pictures, and on-hand attendants. The wheelchair-accessible 7'x7'x7' booth hosts up to 14 partygoers, making it great for capturing a group of bridesmaids or a whole family of cake-seeking raccoons. A helpful technician sets up and takes down each booth and remains on hand throughout the occasion to ensure smooth functioning and answer questions. Guests are then free to pose for formal snapshots or silly candids at their leisure, immortalizing their presence at festivities on DVD, flash drives, or prints.
While Trail of Fear is now Oklahoma's largest haunted attraction, Hauntworld.com reveals that the original format was a small, roadside hay maze operated by a father and son in 1998. Today, a three-story pyramid looms above the theme park's frightful environs and prowling actors. Creators Bob Wright Sr. and Bob Wright Jr. supervise a staff of more than 100?a vast increase from their first crew of approximately 15 people and a few rusty table fans?as they guide visitors through four nightmarish worlds. Though the majority of these helpers return to the job each season with fiendish devotion, their strategies for harvesting screams evolve every year to surprise even the most loyal fans.
Between the two locations there are five haunted attractions, including a maniacal ringmaster overseeing the disorienting maze and murderous clowns of Cirque de Morte, malformed test subjects rising from The Experiment's excavation and lab sites, and performers injecting dark humor into their classic sideshow acts at the Thunderbird Trail of Fear.
On the Halloween Midway, Boo House BBQ supplies fuel for brave souls in the form of burgers and brisket. Fairground games embrace macabre twists; past activities include a severed-head toss and live-zombie target practice. For younger children, Pumpkin Junction entertains with scary stories and magic tricks on select nights. A portion of Trail of Fear's proceeds go to benefit a specific charity every year, contributing thousands of dollars to community causes.