We are certainly spoiled to be living in Southern California, surrounded by so many theme parks. It seems that most people in Orange County have a season pass to at least one of the California amusement parks.
Last year, for the holidays, my parents got us all annual passes to Knott’s Berry Farm. It’s been a really great gift because we live super close to the park and all these great benefits:
- Special Events: Camp Spooky, Holiday Crafts and visits with Santa, New Years Eve and many more are included in the price of admission.
- For 2013, only season pass-holders can purchase an exclusive “Pass-holder Trading Pin”.
- Food Discounts: Pass-holders get 10% off all sit down restaurants and quick service locations located on the park grounds.
- Shopping Discounts: Pass-holders receive 10% off purchases at all Knott’s shopping locations.
- Knott’s Scary Farm Discounts: Pass-holders receive exclusive discounted rates for Knott’s Scary Farm Admission Tickets
Knott’s Berry Farm now offers different options for new and renewing Pass-holders:
- The Regular Season Pass: Valid at Knott’s Berry Farm from January 1, 2014 – December 31, 2014. $72
- The Gold Season Pass: Valid at Knott’s Berry Farm from January 1, 2014 – December 31, 2014. And Valid at Soak City Orange County during the 2014 operating season $90
- The Platinum Season Pass: Valid at Knott’s Berry Farm from January 1, 2014 – December 31, 2014. And Valid at Soak City Orange County during the 2014 operating season, includes parking and is valid at all Cedar Fair Amusement Parks & Water Parks in 2014 $180
- Prices subject to change
Since Halloween is my absolute favorite holiday, I love celebrating the fall with Knott’s Scary Farm, however it’s not quite appropriate for the little ones. Camp Spooky is more their speed with all kinds of family fun geared towards ghouls and goblins from 3-11.
- “Snoopy’s Costume Contest” Kids who arrive in their Halloween costumes, show off their duds as they join the PEANUTS characters in a spirited procession through Camp Spooky.
- “Charlie Brown’s Spooktacular Show”, will have you singing and dancing in the aisles to all your favorite Halloween tunes.
Monster Factory is a fun interactive maze where the little ones create the things that go bump in the night.
- “Creepy Crawly Critter Cave” Knott’s park naturalists will amaze with slithery, slimy, creepy, crawly critters.
- “Scary Stories at the Lodge” where master story tellers will spin the craziest, creepiest, silliest tales this side of the “Great Pumpkin Patch”.
- “Kooky Cookie Painting” little monsters can get creative and decorate cookies for a small fee.
We’re planning on attending this spooktacular event on October 6th, whose going to join us?
Disclosure: We were invited to a media family preview day by GigaSavvy and will share our finds with our readers. All opinions are our own. All photo courtesy of Knott’s Berry Farm and used with permission.