While ghouls and goblins haunt the park at night, during the daytime, Camp Spooky at Knott’s Berry Farm is crawling with a JetSet flapper, stealth ninjas, a few Skylanders, Dorothy and of course, Elsa. The special non-scare celebration takes place inside the park while hosting shows, activities and “Snoopy’s Costume Party and Parade” at the Camp Snoopy Theater for children ages 3 – 11.
After all these years, this was our first time visiting Knott’s Berry Farm theme park. This past summer we cooled off at Knott’s Soak City, so it only made sense to check out the Halloween festivities this time around. Oh, and did I mention I am a big wuss? The park is famous for their Knott’s Scary Farm, but I will have nothing to do with that. I’m happy with the Rated G version.
Kids everywhere were having an absolute blast. It made me think about all the reasons Knott’s Berry Farm 2015 Season Passes would be a good idea for our family. Topping the list is the fact we live so close. We could beat out crowds and the heat simply by heading to the park later in the day.
Knott’s 2015 Season Passes are now on sale at the best price of the season, with easy pay payments, tickets break down to only 9 payments of $8.50. EIGHT DOLLARS AND FIFTY CENTS…I spend that on two drinks at Starbucks each morning – talk about discount! But the best bang for your buck? Opt for the All Season Dining Plan for 9 payments of $11.
To see in detail just how much fun we had, click on one of the thumbnail images to expand the gallery.
Hours of operation do vary, so please check with the Knott’s Berry Farm website for details.
Photo credits: Nicole Standley
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