Knott’s Spooky Farm…Perfect for little ones


Today was the first day of Knott’s Spooky Farm, unlike the nighttime Knott’s Scary Farm it was perfect for younger kids. Think cheer instead of fear. There is no additional cost to participate in Knott’s Spooky Farm, which will run every weekend through October 31st. One of the reason we love Knott’s is because they offer great incentives to visit, if you purchase a ticket online at least 3 days prior the visit you can save almost $30 per ticket. That is huge savings!

Knotts Spooky Farm

Kids are encouraged to dress up in their Halloween costumes, which I love because kids can wear it more than just Halloween night. Children ages 3-11 are invited to cruise down Ghost Town for some fun trick or treating. Children may also have their picture taken with some friendly ghosts and ghouls. My son loved the spooky forest with gigantic jack-o-lanterns, keep an eye out for the Headless Horseman, he may be riding along side you without your knowledge. Not to worry though he isn’t there to frighten your little ones. After Spooky Hallow Maze stop to decorate a pumpkin and give it your own personal touch.


We stopped by Camp Snoopy Theatre to enter the Halloween costume contest, my son was Darth Vader and his friend was a DJ. The costume contest is Saturday and Sunday during October at 3:45 p.m. There were a lot of super heroes and surprisingly not a lot of Elsa’s (shocking I know)  After the contest, the rest of the Peanuts Gang join the cast to participate in a Peanuts Dance Party.


All of our favorites at Knott’s Berry Farm that we know and love are open during Knott’s Spooky Farm. From my son’s favorite roller coasters, thrill rides, family rides, children’s rides, water rides, to games and arcades and the live entertainment shows. Knott’s Spooky Farm is now on our list of MUST VISIT during the month of October. My son wanted to stay late and experience Knott’s Scary Farm, I told him maybe next year since he is only 9. To be completely truthful I am a huge wimp and do not like to be scared, but next year I will give it a try for him. Until then I’m going to stay in my comfort zone which is Knott’s Spooky Farm.

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