Favorite Family Fun Moments At Knott’s
Over the past year and a half we’ve been fortunate to be invited to visit Knott’s Berry Farm, to share information about events, Park renovations, and special offers on tickets and Season Passes. We’ve loved visiting America’s First Theme Park with the family, and look forward to creating new memories there each visit. Some of our favorite family fun moments at Knott’s include the following:
• Knott’s Berry Bloom •
Knott’s decorates the Park from head to toe in the Spring for Knott’s Berry Bloom. We absolutely loved watching our kids go from station to station, getting their special event cards stamped, while looking for Snoopy. The decor was fun and colorful, and there were so many great opportunities for us to stop and take fun Springtime photos. Lots of memories made!
• Knott’s Soak City •
Just across the street from Knott’s Berry Farm is their water park, Knott’s Soak City OC. We loved relaxing down the Lazy River, and playing in the water. Seeing the joy on our daughter’s face as she rose up and down with the waves on Tidal Wave Bay was one of those moments I will never forget.
• Camp Spooky •
Our kids are still young, so we’re all about Cheer, Not Fear, at Halloween. Camp Spooky is held in the Camp Snoopy area of Knott’s, which is perfect for the littles. Camp Spooky is decorated in fun seasonal decor, with ample opportunities for fun photos, and they set up treat stations for the kids to trick-or-treat in a safe and fun environment. Visiting Camp Spooky really got us in the Halloween spirit!
• Knott’s Merry Farm •
From the holiday music played overhead, to the festive decor, to Santa’s Cabin, many of our favorite family fun moments have been made during Knott’s Merry Farm! We’ve loved seeing Snoopy dressed up in his Santa outfit, taking a picture with Jolly St. Nick, and watching the incredible ice skating show. We’ve always left Merry Farm with that warm, Christmas spirit.
• Knott’s New Year’s Eve •
We’ve celebrated two New Year’s Eves at Knott’s now, one in the daytime, and once we arrived in the evening, and stayed until Midnight! Knott’s NYE is family-friendly, and we’ve loved the party hats, live entertainment, and riding the rides at night. The fireworks were spectacular, lasting over 10 minutes this past New Year’s Eve!
• The Food •
From the desserts to Mrs. Knotts’ melt in your mouth biscuits, Knott’s Berry Farm has delicious food! It’s very rare that we leave without buying a Cookiewich, and splitting it amongst the family. They’re our favorite, and very reasonably priced.
Knott’s Berry Farm’s Facebook Giveaway
Knott’s is currently running a Facebook Contest for Four 2014 Season Passes. This contest is not just for tickets, but SEASON PASSES which may be used over and over throughout this year, so the winner has the opportunity to experience some of the same favorite family fun moments that we’ve experienced. The Knott’s Facebook contest only runs through 3/17/14, but Knott’s Season Passes are available for purchase throughout the year.
Knott’s Season Pass Info
If you’ve been following us for a while, you probably already know what fans we are of season passes. With a Season Pass to Knott’s you can visit as often as you’d like, with no black-out dates! You have the option of going for just a few hours, without feeling guilty about paying for a full day ticket, and only visiting for a short time. The Season Pass is a great deal, with the lowest one currently priced as low as 6 payments of just $14. That comes out to less then $100 for the year! Knott’s Season Passes also offer plentiful Passholder perks such as discounts on select food and merchandise, discount stays at the Knott’s Hotel, a discount on tickets to Knott’s Scary Farm, and exclusive ride times certain times just for passholders. Some of their Season Passes even include entry to Knott’s Soak City OC & FREE parking. Did I mention that the New Year’s Eve festivities are included too? Yep, they are! Perhaps we’ll see you there!
Disclosure: We’ve been invited to visit Knott’s, and share our experiences with our readers. The opinions in this article are our own. We don’t work for, or with, any brand mentioned in this article, nor do we have any official relationship with them. We have a relationship with GigaSavvy, for whom we create original editorial content.