Bad news: Halloween is canceled…at Knott’s Berry Farm. Every Halloween season, the Southern California park hosts Knott’s Scary Farm, a seasonal haunt in which the park is transformed into “160 acres of horror.” But due to the coronavirus (which is still around, believe it or not!), this year’s event has been canceled, with promises to return in 2021.
Like all theme parks across the United States, Knott’s Berry Farm is currently closed due to the efforts to stop the spread of coronavirus. It’s undoubtedly a necessary precaution, but it does short change those customers who purchased annual passes for 2020. Thankfully, Knott’s Berry Farm is going the extra mile to make sure their annual passholders don’t get screwed by what will likely be several months of closure. The 2020 Knott’s Berry Farm annual pass is being extended through 2021. Read More »
In the latest edition of Ordinary Adventures, Peter and Kitra travel to Knott’s Berry Farm to experience three of their favorite rides in the park, which makes for a good introduction to Knotts for Disneyland fanatics.
Over the weekend, we traveled to Knotts Berry Farm to experience Ghost Town Alive on National Cowboy Day. If you want to see a video of that experience, click here. Also, while we were in Ghost Town, we experienced Calico River Rapids, the renovated water raft ride at Knott’s Berry Farm. The attraction formerly known as BigFoot Rapids has undergone a major renovation with the addition of new features including “new animatronics, themed show scenes, a new story overlay and plenty of dynamic water effects” designed and manufactured by Garner Holt Productions, Inc. Hit the jump to see a video and get our reaction.