Knott’s Spooky Farm (not to be confused with Knotts Scary Farm…and if you do confuse the two, and you’re a family with young kids, GOOD LUCK) is a limited-time weekend event at Knott’s Berry Farm in Buena Park. We recently took our daughter (who is almost two) and she LOVED it. Here are some things we loved about our family fun day at Knotts Spooky Farm.
KNOTT’S SPOOKY FARM ‘Things to Do’
“The Monsters Are Coming, Charlie Brown”
In the Camp Snoopy Theatre at 11:45am, 1:15pm and 2:30pm the Peanuts gang gets together in costume to sing and dance to popular Halloween songs. This show will have you and your family smiling, dancing and singing along! It’s very entertaining. Michael Jackson’s “Thriller” is involved….so its DEFINITELY a must-see!
Ghost Town Livery Stable Creatures
You can get up close and personal with all kinds of different creatures in the Livery Stable located in Ghost Town. From Iguanas, Snakes and Spiders to things I’m not even sure what they are. All ages are welcome to stop by to admire the animals and some you can even pet!
Ride the Grand Sierra Railroad to Camp Snoopy
The narration during this ride is very clever. Be sure to listen during all the stops! Also, look all around because there is something to see on both sides of the railroad tracks. I kept missing everything, but of course my husband and our daughter were looking at and laughing at everything. This was one of our favorites.
Spooky decorations everywhere
Snoopy roasting marshmallows
Trick-or-Treating at the Ghost Town Treat Stops
All around Ghost Town there are stations where kids can trick or treat for candy. Upon entering the park, kids will receive bags for this activity. Knotts Berry Farm employees are stationed in designated areas along with interactive doors. You’ll also find friendly ghosts and ghouls walking around. Don’t worry…they are VERY friendly and pretty funny too.
Ghost Town Treat Shops Entrance
Timber Mountain Log Ride Halloween Hootenanny
The Log Ride is all decked out for Halloween! It’s actually kind of really spooky in there. I was scared a little….
For a nominal fee, kids can decorate their own mini pumpkin in Ghost Town. Calico Town Square is also a great family photo opportunity.
Dia De Los Muertos Celebration
The Dia De Los Muertos Celebration is in the Fiesta Village. It’s a walk through village where you can take photos with the displays, shop at it’s marketplace of goods, create necklaces, get your face painted, and more. We absolutely loved this area. The colorful interactive, educational celebration is so AWESOME.
A cool Dia de Los Muertos mural on the side of a wall in Fiesta Village
Dia de Los Muertos Celebration in Fiesta Village
Knotts Spooky Farm is a limited-time event, so be sure to check it out this Halloween season with your family. There is something for everyone to do! Don’t believe me? Follow the hashtag #KnottsSpookyFarm to see for yourself!
A 2018 Season Pass is the best way to experience Knott’s Spooky Farm. With a 2018 Season Pass you will get to enjoy all of the Seasons of Fun next year but will also receive one free admission to use in 2017. You can get your Season Pass now at the Best Offer of the Year!
Regular passes are just $92 or nine easy payments of $10.22
Gold Season Passes are $110 or nine payments of just $12.22.
These offers end October 29, 2017. Applicable taxes and fees apply online. Payment plans are only available at knotts.com.” Season Pass benefits webpage – https://www.knotts.com/tickets-passes/season-pass-benefits