One of my favorite Halloween events for kids in Southern California is Knott’s Spooky Farm. Knott’s family-friendly Halloween celebration geared for kids ages 3-11. We’ve been blessed to bring my daughter to this event for several years and the event seem’s to be getting better and better. Today’s Story is sponsored by Knott’s Berry Farm. However, all opinions are my own.
Knott’s daytime festival will return this year on weekends starting September 28 through October 27 and on Halloween Day. If you are looking for a fun Halloween event for the kids, I highly recommend Knotts Spooky Farm. Families can join in on the ghoulish fun as the park is transformed with themed décor and wicked fun around every corner.
Ghost Town – Kids can trick-or-treat around the town’s shops and buildings to collect sweet treats from the friendly townsfolk.
Ghost Town’s Livery Stable – Guests of all ages can learn about the creepy-crawly critters occupying the Stable.
Calico Park – Offers a Pumpkin patch location where families have the opportunity to personalize miniature jack-o-lanterns or decorate scrumptious cookies along with Linus from the PEANUTS gang.
Fun Halloween-themed shows – Gals and ghouls can participate in an interactive spooky storytime offered at the Birdcage Theatre. The camp Snoopy Theater plays host to the “Monsters are Coming” show where children are encouraged to brew-up their perfect Halloween costume for the Knott’s Spooky Farm Costume Contest.
Camp Snoopy –Families can hop aboard the Grand Sierra Railroad to experience one-of-kind adventure as riders travel to Camp Spooky with the PEANUTS gang and spot 2D and 3D seasonal themed characters and effects along the trail. The popular Halloween Hootenanny also returns as The Timber Mountain Log Ride transforms with spooky but family-friendly surprises to a park favorite.
Here are 3 Tips on Enjoying Knott’s Spooky Farm 2019
Tip 1: While you’re buying your tickets to Knott’s Spooky Farm. I highly recommend ordering one of Knott’s Dinning or Drink passes. They are really cost-effective and there are several locations to choose from making this a great way to keep your family feed during your visit to Knott’s.
Tip 2: Take the kids Trick-or-Treating through Ghost Town first. There are so many things for the kids to do at Knott’s Spooky Farm, however, I’ve found it is easier if I take Joy Trick-or-Treating first, then do all of the other activities.
Tip 3: Dress the kids in a costume and bring an extra change of clothes for them to change out of after they finish trick or treating or the Halloween Costume Contest.
Knott’s Spooky Farm weekends starting September 28 through October 27 and on Halloween Day