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Six Best Instagram spots at the Knott’s PEANUTS Celebration

Pattie Cordova

Knott's Berry Blogger 2019
Living Mi Vida Loca is an award-winning Latina lifestyle blog written by Pattie Cordova. It’s based out of the Los Angeles area and covers travel, beauty, parenting, and food. We love coffee, fiestas & chisme!

The Knott’s PEANUTS Celebration is in its second year and already at the top of my list as one of my favorite seasons of fun at Knott’s Berry Farm. Yes, the new food offerings are delicious. Yes, I love the new Woodstock’s Bird’s-Eye View… but my number one reason why I love the Knott’s PEANUTS Celebration is that it is so Instagram friendly!!! It has the absolute cutest spots to stop and strike a pose for the #KnottsPEANUTSCelebration timeline.

 

The first spot you’ll find right away are the cute comic strip boxes that you come across as soon as you go through the front gates. There are a few to choose from, but I’m partial to the one with Snoopy. So cute!

 

If you’re looking for the best photo opps, get there early. After your comic strip photos, walk to the right and into Camp Snoopy. We got there right as soon as it opened. I love the water in this photo – and the kites are just too perfect!

 

If I were to re-do this photo, I would ask my insta-hubster to get lower to the ground. It would make it seem like the kite was closer to my hand.

 

If you keep walking this path you’ll come across many cute speech bubbles (I count these as one photo opp). I found our favorite towards the entrance into Fiesta Village. It had the Hubster’s name written all over it!

 

And this one? Um… yeah – tailored made for the oldest chiclet. Right?!!

This one is actually closer to the entrance to Camp Snoopy. I saw it and immediately thought of Logan. LOL I wasn’t too shocked when others sent me a message telling me that they wanted the same shot with their chiclet in it. It’s so perfect!

Before exiting Camp Snoopy, you’ll find this enormous photo opp celebrating all things PEANUTS. It’s big enough for the whole family to get into the shot. Depending on what time you get there, it might take some time to get it right because you have to step halfway into the path to get all the characters in the shot. It’s super cute though.

We walked past Fiesta Village and into the Boardwalk for the next shot.

The balloons are amazing and I knew that the fountain had to be a part of the picture. I tried a couple of shots before deciding on this one:

It just so happened that I was holding on to my chiclet’s Charlie Brown when I took it. I did get my boots a little wet – but totally worth it. 

Finally, my last shot happened after a little shopping trip. We had to pick up some boysenberry treats for our weekend (boysenberry sangria, anyone?). While the hubster went to get himself a funnel cake, I asked my chiclet to take a picture on the steps of Ghost Town with the Knott’s PEANUTS Celebration banner in the shot.

 

The Knott’s PEANUTS Celebration has so much to offer, but my favorite part is definitely all the cute Instagram-friendly spots. I encourage you to get out there and take advantage of these spots too!!! Share them on social using #KnottsPEANUTSCelebration so I can check ‘em out. I’m @PattieCordova on Instagram for more photo inspo. See you at the farm!

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Pattie Cordova

Knott's Berry Blogger 2019
Living Mi Vida Loca is an award-winning Latina lifestyle blog written by Pattie Cordova. It’s based out of the Los Angeles area and covers travel, beauty, parenting, and food. We love coffee, fiestas & chisme!

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