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100 Reasons to own a Season Pass: #68 To Create New Memories Each Season

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Knott’s Berry Farm is home to world-class rides, thrilling roller coasters, shows & attractions in 4 themed areas including Old West Ghost Town and Camp Snoopy.

Whether your little ones are in school part-time or are too young just yet, Knott’s Berry Farm is a lifesaver for families constantly looking for activities to do before and after naps.

With no blackout dates, you can spend as little or as much time at the park each day, and never feel rushed or stressed to accomplish more than the troops can handle. See below for more reasons why Knott’s Berry Farm Season Passes are great for young families.

Unbeatable Value!
With discounts on food and merchandise, you can’t beat the value of Knott’s Season Passes. Plus, if your children are younger than three, they still get free park admission! It’s a great gift to share with your family or even someone else’s.

Camp Snoopy
A theme park just for kids , Camp Snoopy is a never-missed stop for the little ones. Charming and shady, with kiddie rides and the Peanuts gang, kids can run from ride to ride feeling like they’re at summer camp. Camp Snoopy is an area specially designed just for them, with a relaxing atmosphere that’s also calming for adults.

Park History
At Knott’s, a simple stroll around the park can easily turn into a history lesson! From the California Mission models to the historic Calico Ghost Town, California’s deep history is rooted into every area of the park. With hidden gems like the Old School House or the Blacksmith Shop, your kiddos won’t even realize they’re learning history while they’re having fun.

Freedom to Run Around
Let’s face it, little kids need to run around to burn off all that energy. As a family friendly theme park , there are a lot of different places at Knott’s that allow for kids to explore, such as the bridges and caves at Camp Snoopy.

And during the summer and at Christmas time, Ghost Town comes to life with interactive characters and storylines that allow your family to participate in the story. Kids can help the characters, moving throughout the park with a goal in mind. The kiddos can even write and mail a letter to Santa at the Calico Town Hall.

Getting in the Holiday Spirit
Knott’s Berry Farm provides special experiences for kids and families during the holidays. Starting in the fall, Knott’s Spooky Farm offers a daytime, not-at-all-scary way to celebrate the Halloween season with the kids. There are fun shows, activities (including trick-or-treating) and lots of yummy seasonal treats.

For the winter holidays Knott’s magically transforms into Knott’s Merry Farm, adding festive shows, entertainment (including a daily Christmas tree lighting and snow fall), food and decorations to its already fun-filled agenda. There are also many delicious treats specially made for the holiday season, like warm, homemade cookies and milk found in Santa’s Cabin, enjoyed while visiting Santa himself. The kids will also love all the great Christmas shows starring the Peanuts characters.

The special memories you share at Knott’s Berry Farm, will forever be in your little one’s hearts, as well as yours.

Check out all #KBF100Reasons to own a Knott's Berry Farm Season Pass!

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