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Knott's Scary Farm Tips by Jesse Bluma

Knott's Scary Farm Tips

Knott's Berry Farm is a popular place during the Halloween season.  Attributable to having "the largest and most haunting Halloween experience in Southern California, with unimaginable scares and innovative thrills that can’t be found anywhere else.  The fully transformed theme park encompasses 13 uniquely haunted mazes and attractions, sinister shows and more than 1,000 horrifying creatures lurking in the fog and hiding in every corner of the park.  This year’s Halloween event has all the ingredients of a truly terrifying nightmare.  Unlike most dreams, Knott’s Scary Farm is a nightmare you can’t wake up from -- which makes it the thing to do for Halloween this year."

Park Tips

* The rides were more scary for me than the mazes.  Kids 13-18 may be a bit more frightened.

* Go early to avoid lines.

* Wear clothing that identifies you as a group if you take children 13+.

* Avoid going on weekends.

* Skip the Calico Mine Ride—the least scary of performances.

* Eat before going to the park.  The food inside the park is expensive.

* Take all items out of your pockets prior to the security search at the entrance.

* Look for coupons in the mail or online.

* Layer clothing for changes in temperature, even in California.  Especially important if you wish to ride on any of the water attractions.  If you dare to ride Bigfoot Rapids, there is a dryer located next to the ride for a charge.

* Knott's Scary Farm is at night, if you go during the day the park is emptied out prior to the fright night.  During day hours wear sunscreen, even in the cooler months.

* Avoid soda pop and go for the water.  The body needs water to function properly with all the walking.  

Visit Knott's online for more details about Scary Farm.

"XCELERATOR The Ride® hydraulically launches you off the line at an electrifying top speed of 82 mph in 2.3 seconds through an exhilarating 205-foot ascent and immediate descent at a 90-degree angle."

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