A Visit In Pictures: Knott’s Spooky Farm

During the Halloween season, Knott’s Berry Farm is famous for their frighteningly fun event, Knott’s Scary Farm. Something that’s not recommended for kids below the age of 13. But Knott’s Spooky Farm is a great, family friendly alternative to Scary Farm during the Halloween season. We would even go the extent and say it better than Disneyland during Halloween. Not only is it cheaper, but it has way more to do. I find myself saying this more and more lately, I feel more in the (Halloween) spirit here than I have ever at Disneyland. Something about the way Knott’s implementing the holiday spirit into every facet of their park engulfs guests into the spooky fun atmosphere.

Below you will find some photos we took while we visited Spooky Farm! We hope you enjoy!

There are so many wonderful characters roaming the streets of Ghost Town that are just spooky enough for younger kids. This enthusiastic gentleman informed us that he really loves to sit down!

An example of the candy trick or treat spots.

This spooky Witch asked me why I shot her with my Canon! My camera of course!

One of the things we loved about Spooky Farm is it’s hands on approach. Kid’s tend to be hands on, that’s just how they learn. So over in the Livery Stable, there are multiple creepy crawlies, lizards, rats, and a rather large snake for those who are daring enough to pet. They even have a horse that’s in the Halloween spirit.

 

A drawing demonstration by Dr. Sketchenstein at the Ghastly Gallery!

Over in Fiesta Village, there are multiple displays talking about Dia De Los Muertos and its history.

To find out how you can purchase tickets to Knott’s Spooky Farm, head on over to Knotts.com for prices and hours! You will not be disappointed!

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