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Things You Can do With Your Child at Knott’s Spooky Farm This Year

Knott’s Berry Farm, the beloved Southern California theme park, has unveiled the attractions that will be present this year at Knott’s Spooky Farm, the Halloween event just for kids ages 3-11. 

The seasonal event will take place on weekends starting September 25 all the way up to October 31 from 9 am to 5 pm. Access to Knott’s Spooky Farm is included in regular admission to Knott’s Scary Farm.

Parents can take their kids to shows such as:

The Bob Baker Marionette Theatre Show, a spooky puppet show located at Birdcage Theatre.

The Great Pumpkin Palooza Show, a musical tribute starring Charlie Brown, Snoopy, and other Peanuts favorites taking place at The Camp Snoopy Theater.

Día de Los Muertos, ¡ViVir!, a tribute to the Mexican holiday located at the Fiesta Plaza Stage.

Kids can also enjoy the park’s rides, including:

The Timber Mountain Log Ride, a Knott’s favorite where guests can join Timber Mountain residents as they celebrate the Halloween Hootenanny. This year’s ride will feature an original song by Knott’s very own Krazy Kirk and the Hillbillies.

A Trip to Camp Spooky, where guests can join the Peanuts gang along a trail where they will see all kinds of Halloween characters, in 2D and 3D. 

Calico Candy Mine Ride, where guests can watch as their surroundings turn into candy.

There will also be several activities for guests, such as:

Trick-or-treating along Main Street and Schoolhouse Road, where kids will meet some spooky but friendly shopkeepers.

A pumpkin patch with photo ops as well as pumpkin and/or cookie decorating. Linus will be around to help guests find their perfect pumpkin.

Creepy Critters of Calico, an opportunity for guests to meet and interact with live animals of all kinds.

Calico Carnival Costume Cavalcade, where kids can show off their costumes.

More info and tickets for this year’s Knott’s Scary Farm are available at knotts.com. Face coverings are required for unvaccinated guests and recommended for vaccinated guests.

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Caitlin Cook

Caitlin Cook is a graduate student in the Mass Communication program at California State University, Northridge. Before getting into journalism, she got her Bachelor of Fine Arts in Filmmaking from University of North Carolina School of the Arts. She currently contributes her work to The Daily Sundial and Valley View News. When it comes to journalism, Cook is interested in producing multimedia content about entertainment and tech, seizing every opportunity to advocate for the LGBTQ+ community. A fun fact about her is that she has lived in five different states: Nebraska, Ohio, North Carolina, South Dakota, and now, California.

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