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Enchanted Forest, Revelstoke, BC, Canada


"Enchanted Forest", Revelstoke, British Columbia, Canada. Such a fun place for both young and old. We loved our visit. Who doesn't want to feel like a kid again? 


Speak No Evil
Hear No Evil
See No Evil


Hey Diddle Diddle!
The Cat and the fiddle,
The Cow jumped over the moon, (the cow was my fave part!!)
The little dog laughed to see such sport,
And the dish ran away with the spoon. 


What I really loved most about the Enchanted Forest you get so much exercise just walking about having fun. The views are fun too! ( :


You get to see Canadian chipmunk!! 


This is where you got life preserves & jumped into their paddle boats. You don't go too far but it is fun all the same. ( :


There are these cute houses all over the forest, all different & yes you can get into them. They are perfect for the little ones. For me I had to get down on my knees & squeeze through. So cute!! Even the hubby who is 6'2 bend over to look in & a few he squeezed through. It was too hilarious!!

It was so hard to narrow down these pics. The Enchanted Forest is so awesome!! All sorts of nursery rhymes, childhood characters that will bring back the fondest memories ... fun, fun, fun!! When we were there they were trying to sell the place, I'm not seeing that it is for sale online but I guess any one who has some extra cash you should check it out!! Beth ( :

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Comments

What a delightful spot, I'd go play there any day!
eileeninmd said…
Beth, this Enchanted Forest looks like a fun place to visit. The views are pretty too. Great photos, thanks for sharing your trip! Have a happy Thursday!
Beautiful photos! The chipmunk is adorable.
Linda Kay said…
Beth, I want to see a picture of the hubs squeezing his frame into the little house. Such a delightful place to visit!
Jeanne said…
Love your shots and what charm this enchanted forest has! Yes ospreys are definitely all around virginia and for sure in the Chesapeake bay area. Saw gazillions of them while we were cruising. Most of them out in the bay nesting on these poles. Great fisher birds
Betsy said…
Would love to have those monkeys - so cute.
TexWisGirl said…
whimsy in the woods. :)
Stephanie said…
Wow, I did not know this existed. Thanks for the heads up on the this place. It is going on my list of places to visit. Love the little houses!
William Kendall said…
A cute place, and the setting is spectacular!
Missy George said…
Love your new header..Cute that you added a "chippy"...The "Enchanted Forrest " looks like a magical place to visit..
Ruth Hiebert said…
I can see that this is a place my granddaughter would enjoy visiting.
Michelle said…
I would love to visit there. The house is so cute!
Bev said…
I've been away from Blogland for awhile...but thought I'd check...What memories!!...40 years ago we went here for the first time with our first born...She loved it...but got so frustrated when she couldn't fit into the Three Bears Chair....don't imagine it was still there:)
I'm assuming that's summertime? Looks beautiful. I've never been to the Pacific Northwest (does that also refer to BC?) Anyway, would love to see that beautiful area. Thanks for sharing the photos.
eileeninmd said…
Hi Beth, love your cute chipper! The weather has been yucky all week, I hope the sun comes out today! Thank you for linking up and sharing your post. Have a happy weekend.
That would be so much fun. Something to see around every bend! Happy weekend! Hugs, Diane
Love the little Chipmunk
Marie C said…
What an amazing, fun place to visit! Loved the little cottage particularly! The chipmunk is very cute. PS. You can comment on ANY post on the book club blog any time. Glad you found Mom's review of interest!
Mildred said…
I love those little houses and just can imagine your hubby trying to bend down to get a look! Chipmunks are a favorite of mine to watch. Have a great Sunday. me
Ida said…
This looks like a fun and charming place to visit. I like those houses, can't imagine my hubby trying to squeeze in one. He's not real tall but is very broad shouldered. I'd enjoy visiting here and I know Coleen would love it.
Ida said…
This looks like a fun and charming place to visit. I like those houses, can't imagine my hubby trying to squeeze in one. He's not real tall but is very broad shouldered. I'd enjoy visiting here and I know Coleen would love it.
Ida said…
This looks like a fun and charming place to visit. I like those houses, can't imagine my hubby trying to squeeze in one. He's not real tall but is very broad shouldered. I'd enjoy visiting here and I know Coleen would love it.
Ida said…
This looks like a fun and charming place to visit. I like those houses, can't imagine my hubby trying to squeeze in one. He's not real tall but is very broad shouldered. I'd enjoy visiting here and I know Coleen would love it.
Pamela Gordon said…
This looks like a very fun place to visit Beth. I was so far behind in reading posts that I just looked back at all the waterfall photos you shared. They sure are beautiful!! We visited a few in BC as well. You two sure had a fabulous trip!

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