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Growing up with Knott’s Camp Spooky

We visited as a guest of Knott’s Berry Farm

Knott’s Camp Spooky has always been one of my favorite things to do with my children during the Halloween season. I have been bringing my kids since they were babies, and unfortunately, two of my kids have transitioned to Knott’s Scary Farm, leaving me with just one kid who is young enough to still experience the fun.

Since this is one of my last years with a kid young enough to experience the fun, I took my time with my son to make every moment matter. I turned off my cell phone, directed all of my attention into my son’s experience, and it ended up being one of my favorite visits to Knott’s ever.

We started the day in Camp Snoopy. I kind of shed a tear remembering my now 16-year-old riding the planes as a toddler, who would now be experiencing Knott’s Scary Farm. Before exploring all the fun, we watched the interactive stage show, “The Monsters are Coming, Charlie Brown.” The entertainment at Knott’s is superb, and we loved every minute of the entertaining performance.

After experiencing some of my son’s favorite attractions in Camp Snoopy, we used the map provided at the entrance to find the different trick-or-treat stations located throughout Knott’s Berry Farm. I loved that the staff at all the trick-or-treat stations were dressed up in costume, and they all had such a positive attitude, making every child who visited the candy station smile.

In the center of Knott’s Berry Farm is “Linus Van Pelt’s Great Pumpkin Patch.” We spent a good amount of our day here. There was cooking decorating, pumpkin decorating, crafts, and coloring sheets. Some of the activities were an additional fee, but well worth the money.

Then it was time to go for a ride on the “Grand Sierra Railroad Trip to Camp Snoopy,” and to make a splash on the “Timber Mountain Log Ride Halloween Hootenanny.”

If your children come dressed in full costume, there is a Spooky Farm Costume Contest, and those with little ones can experience some quiet time while attending the Spooky Story Time.

Knott’s Spooky Farm is happening at Knott’s Berry Farm on Weekends from 9 am to 5 pm until October 28th. Don’t miss experiencing all the Spooktacular fun this year at Knott’s Berry Farm.

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