One or Two Tickets to the Halloween Costume Contest and Party at Storybook Ranch on October 30 (Up to 55% Off)

Craig Ranch North

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In a Nutshell

Kids trick-or-treat around an 1800s western town, enjoy activities like pony and wagon rides, and enter a costume contest for prizes

The Fine Print

Promotional value expires Oct 30, 2015. Amount paid never expires. Limit 1 per person, may buy 1 additional as gift. Valid only for option purchased. Not valid with other offers. Party is October 30th 6:00 - 10:00 PM. Tickets valid only for kids ages 3 - 12. Free admission for parents/grandparents. Merchant is solely responsible to purchasers for the care and quality of the advertised goods and services.

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  • $20 for one ticket to the Storybook Ranch Halloween costume party on October 30 ($40 value)
  • $36 for two tickets to the Storybook Ranch Halloween costume party on October 30 ($80 value)

The Halloween costume party takes place from 6 p.m.–10 p.m. on October 30. Guests can enter a costume contest, with grand prizes awarded in three separate age brackets: ages 3–5, ages 6–8, and ages 9–12 for the four top winners. Guests can also trick or treat through an authentic 1800s western town and enjoy activities such as pony and wagon rides, bounce houses, and a petting zoo.

Storybook Ranch

Rowlett Creek burbles through Storybook Ranch, adding a finishing touch to a picturesque landscape where horses roam and the memories of the Old West burn bright. Founded by longtime horseman Wayne Kirk, the ranch hosts horseback-riding programs and events that not only keep the equestrian spirit alive, but also help keep horses themselves alive.

On Horseback

Wayne Kirk wanted to establish a ranch that served underprivileged kids and unwanted horses. For the latter, a horse rescue and sanctuary rehabilitates and retrains steeds so they can nuzzle with students during the ranch's riding programs. These classes and camps help aspiring riders learn good horsemanship, including how to care for a horse, how to ride properly, and where to find the horse's turn signals. Guests can also befriend the stable's horses during rides along the ranch's tree-lined trails.

A Friendly Ghost Town

On exploring the ranch, one might come across a cluster of Old West–era buildings. If so, they've found Dry Bones, a historic and abandoned town that still stands on the ranch's 19 acres. The rustic town is a prime spot for weddings, graduations, and other celebrations—as well as a place to see how people from the 1800s lived without smartphones, televisions, or the Clapper.

Customer Reviews

great experience. Kids love it!
Alice X. · August 4, 2017
Loved everything about this place. From the property to the horses. My horse kept stopping to eat but who could blame a 1200 lb animal. The staff was very kind and gentle with the animals. You can tell this is a family oriented business. I would absolutely refer others to come enjoy their time at Storybook Ranch. Whether to ride horses or get hitched this place is perfect for every occasion.
Eric D. · July 30, 2017
Megan and Bobbie were the best hosts on this trail ride. It is worth ever penny and definitely recommend Storybook Ranch!!! I plan on doing it again soon.
Renee D. · July 5, 2017

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