The Enchanted Forest

by Josée
The Enchanted Forest was birthed out of a love for art and a desire to create a magical space for people of all ages. Truly, it is a place where fairy tales and nursery rhymes come to life. I have fond memories of visiting the Enchanted Forest as a child and then again on my honeymoon. It has been ten year since my last visit and it felt like so much has changed yet remained the same. I was happy to see that the Enchanted Forest is well maintained and busier than ever.

As we walked through the forest trail my children in awe of all the fairy tale people and creatures displayed under the forest canopy. It was challenging to keep up with them as they raced along, eager to climb the large tree fort that they immediately spotted in the distance. Even though the park was busy it did not feel crowded. We spent about an hour exploring the forest and chose to skip the nature walk in favour of having lunch. Everyone had a wonderful time and we would return again when the next opportunity arises. The Enchanted Forest is well worth the stop if you happen to be driving in British Columbia between Sicamous and Revelstoke on the Trans Canada Highway.

And if you are needing a camp spot to park an RV overnight, the nearby Noah’s Ark Resort is a quaint family friendly spot.

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Alice McCrea July 25, 2015 - 1:45 am

Finally you are on your holidays, do enjoy every minute of it. I'm happy the children liked the Enchanted Forest, so many things to see and enjoy.


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