We've been going to The Enchanted Forest since the late 1970's. I'm thinking that our first visit was with Velma Seat, an old family friend. The park is old-school Oregon: my mother and aunt were baptized by the father of Roger Tofte, the founder and builder of The Enchanted Forest.
The first part of the park is the oldest, which is a walking path along concrete dioramas and simple animatronic fairy-tale characters. I like the giant dog and cat-headed flowers along the path. Over the years they've added some rides and a Haunted House. Although I like the the log ride and the Matterhorn roller-coaster ride, I'd have to say my favorite exhibit there is the seven dwarves' mine; call me a sucker for black-light paint and tinkly synthesizer music.
If it didn't make me feel nauseated, I'd really like the Crooked Man's House. They do such a good job with the optical illusions there that I have to go through it with only one eye open. I think The Child's favorite ride was "The Challenge of Mondor"(which he likes much more than he did in 2011) and my niece's was the Old Woman's Shoe and slide.