Today’s Story is hosted by Knott’s Berry Farm all opinions are my own.
One of my favorite events during this time of the year is Knott’s Spooky Farm a family-friendly Halloween celebration geared for kids ages 3-11. We’ve been blessed to attend this event for several years and this year better than ever.
Here is 3 Reason to go to the Knott’s Spooky Farm 2018
1) The Candy is provided by Hershey and this year the parks simplified the trick-or-treating process by strategically organizing the candy location throughout ghost time. Joy and her friends loved trick-or-treating through the streets of the ghost town. I personally love how easy it was to find each location.
Mrs. K’s Tip #1: I recommend having the kids do this activity at the very beginning of the day. This gives them time to enjoy the other activities, plus you can always go through and collect a second round of candy before you leave. There is also a fun pumpkin and cookie decorating activity located at the end of the candy route. (There is an additional price for the activity)
2) Camp Snoopy Theater plays host to the “Monsters are Coming” show where children are encouraged to participate in the daily costume contest. Joy couldn’t help singing and dancing to the Classic Halloween Tunes during the performance.
Mrs. K’s Tip #2: At the end of the show there is a photo opp that makes a truly memorable picture. What’s more, you have the option to take one with your phone or purchase one done by a park photographer.
3) Kids can visit Stanley Scarecrow at the Livery Stable where the guest of all ages can get a close and personal with the Creep Critters of Calico. Enter if you Dare!
Mrs. K’s Tip #3: This attraction gets a little crowded however it’s worth checking out, especially if you have kindergarten aged kids with you. Joy was able to get an up-close look at a snake and a few other rare species.
Of course, after the kids enjoy this fun Halloween experience they can take off their costumes and enjoy the rides in Camp Snoopy and throughout the park. Take a ride on a trip through Camp Spooky on the Grand Sierra Railroad where you will find added 2D and 3D Halloween themed characters and effects. Next visit the timber mountain log ride for a family-friendly Halloween twist to a park favorite. The ride’s interior features fun surprises as guests venture past the Calico Coffin Creeper Band, the town’s Green Witch and Splashdown Skull Mountain through a labyrinth of Jack-o-lanterns.
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