Any parent of tweens or teens immediately recoils at the phrases - “I’m bored!” “There’s nothing to do!” and the killer of all good moods – “Can’t we go somewhere?” during summer vacation. Come on, ‘fess up, you’ve been there!
What’s a family to do when your teen’s social media momentarily loses its magnetic pull this summer? Head to Knott’s Berry Farm and use your Season Pass for a full season of fun with no blackout dates nor boredom! It’s the best deal out there for families looking to make the most of their entertainment dollars!
Here are five great reasons tweens, teens and parents love Knott’s Berry Farm:
When the tweens/teens scream, “I’m bored!” Knott’s is the place to go for an adrenaline rush. While they conquer Silver Bullet, GhostRider or Xcelerator, mom and dad can kickback at the Ghost Town Grill, enjoy a show or head to one of the many attractions that feature much less screaming and G-forces.
Knott’s Soak City!
In the heat of the summer, there’s no better place to catch both waves and rays than Knott’s Soak City Water Park. It’s a destination for toddlers, tweens and teens, and admission is included with the Gold Season Pass.
Affordable Family Option
If you have a family of both little ones and tweens/teens, Season Passes provide a great value because you can make everyone happy with the variety of entertainment options Knott’s Berry Farm provides, from thrill rides (teens/tweens), Camp Snoopy (little kids), and Soak City (entire family).
Early Entry All Summer Long
Season Passholders can enter the park early all summer long for exclusive access to select rides and attractions before the park opens to the public. Gold and Platinum Season Passholders also receive early entry to Knott's Soak City on select days.
Anyone who has a tween or teen in the family knows that next to sleeping the other thing they do best is eating! Fortunately, Season Passes provide discounts on food throughout Knott’s Berry Farm and Knott’s Soak City providing relief to the wallet.
Check out all #KBF100Reasons to own a Season Pass.