Knott’s Spooky Farm to return for 2016

knotts-spooky-farm-trick-or-treating-2Starting on Saturday, October 1, Knott’s Berry Farm will resurrect their family-friendly, daytime alternative to the scary nighttime horrors of the Knotts Berry Farm Halloween Haunt. For Knott’s Spooky Farm 2016, children 3-11 are encouraged to dress in costume and enjoy Spooky Hollow Maze, the Ghastly Gallery, Monsterpiece Theatre, Dia de los Muertos in the Fiesta Village, and “The Monsters Are Coming, Charlie Brown,” a mini-musical featuring the Peanuts Gang.

Knott’s Spooky Farm runs on weekends in October and on Halloween day, during regular hours (10:00am to 5:30pm). All activities are included with regular admission to Knott’s Berry Farm.

Get more information in the press release below:

EXPANDED KNOTT’S SPOOKY FARM RETURNS THIS FALL OFFERING MORE DAYTIME FAMILY FRIENDLY HALLOWEEN FUN THAN EVER BEFORE

Knott’s Spooky Farm, Open Weekends in Oct. and Halloween Day, Will Feature Spooktastic Attractions Park Wide and Memorable Surprises That Families Won’t Want To Miss

Buena Park, Calif. (September 2016) – The daytime park wide, family-friendly Halloween celebration, geared for kids ages 3 – 11, Knott’s Spooky Farm, returns on weekends in October and Halloween Day, starting October 1. Knott’s Berry Farm invites families to join in the Halloween fun by participating in hands on and fun activities and all new experiences in Ghost Town, Fiesta Village, Boardwalk Ballroom and Camp Snoopy. The special limited-time event serves up live entertainment, trick-or-treating, a costume contest and exclusive festivities honoring the 50th anniversary of the classic Peanuts animated TV special It’s the Great Pumpkin Charlie Brown!

Knott’s Spooky Farms’ friendly monsters will return to Main Street to invite kids to trick-or-treat for tasty sweets by ringing whimsically themed doorbells. Surprise the little explorer in your pack by visiting the kid-friendly Spooky Hollow Maze in Camp Snoopy which offers an enchanting experience through a spooky forest with larger-than-life jack-o-lanterns and keep an eye out for the friendly headless horseman. Kids can engage with Linus and Sally while celebrating the 50th anniversary of the classic Peanuts, It’s the Great Pumpkin Charlie Brown!, in Ghost Town with special Halloween themed activities like decorating their very own pumpkin head, for a nominal fee.

New this year, the Ghastly Gallery hosted in the Boardwalk Ballroom, welcomes little ghouls to enter a monstrous museum where they can explore spooky culture and even have the artistic opportunity to display their “monsterpieces” and visit the Monsterpiece Theatre.  Also, head over to Fiesta Village for some vibrant fun with a Dia de los Muertos non-scary, friendly, educational celebration of the season.

The spooky fun continues in Camp Snoopy where the Peanuts gang will host a spooktacular costume contest which invites families to bring their festively costumed children for some Halloween fun! Additionally, families can watch the Peanuts Gang in The Monsters Are Coming, Charlie Brown, where they’ll have guests of all ages singing and dancing along to classic Halloween tunes at the Camp Spooky Theatre.

A 2017 Knott’s Season Pass is the best way to experience all of the Knott’s Spooky Farm fun with the family.  New 2017 Season Passes include one free admission during the 2016 season to Knott’s Berry Farm and unlimited visits in 2017 with no blackout dates, discounts on select food and merchandise, and access to exciting year-round seasonal events.  2017 Season Passes are now available at the best offer of the year for a limited time on knotts.com.

Knott’s Spooky Farm runs weekends October 1 – Halloween Day from 10:00 am to 4:00pm, and is included with regular park admission. For more information on all the exciting things that are going on at Knott’s Berry Farm, visit us online at knotts.com and follow the conversation using #KnottsSpookyFarm

Steve Biodrowski, Administrator

A graduate of USC film school, Steve Biodrowski has worked as a film critic, journalist, and editor at Movieline, Premiere, Le Cinephage, The Dark Side., Cinefantastique magazine, Fandom.com, and Cinescape Online. He is currently Managing Editor of Cinefantastique Online and owner-operator of Hollywood Gothique.