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Seven Ways to Celebrate Halloween at Knott's Berry Farm

Caryn Bailey

Knott's Berry Blogger 2019
Caryn is a long-time family-focused writer and digital media expert, who covers a range of lifestyle topics including food, fashion, beauty, film, travel, and technology. Caryn draws from her experience as a mother and a healthcare professional to share her knowledge and experiences. Having traveled the world, Orange County is home to Caryn and her two young children. Read more about Caryn's adventures on Rockin Mama

My kids have had their costumes picked out since the summer, in case you were wondering how much my kids enjoy the weeks leading up to Halloween. Fall is the start of a season filled with opportunities for families to make memories. To kick off this spooktacular season, Knott's Berr Farm has undergone a wicked fun transformation into Knott's Spooky Farm. From pumpkins and Peanuts characters dressed in their favorite costumes to skeletons and spider webs, here are seven ways to celebrate Halloween at Knott's Spooky Farm.

 

Trick or Treating

For many kids, trick-or-treating is the highlight of Halloween, only second to the costume. At Knott's Spooky Farm, kids can visit the Shopkeepers in Ghost Town for some fun sweet treats. The newly expanded experience includes trick-or-treating through Ghost Town's Main Street and Schoolhouse Road

 

Dress Your Best

Kids can wear their favorite costume to Knott's Spooky Farm and enter the Peanuts Costume Contest (held once a daily) at the Camp Snoopy Theatre. After your little ghoul shows off their costume, stay for a dance party with your favorite Peanuts character.

 

 

Treats Yourself!

The culinary team at Knott's recently debuted an expansive selection of Halloween-themed treats. From Mummy Doughnuts to the Pumpkin Cinnamon Roll Milkshake, celebrate the season with these limited-time treats.

 

Read It's the Great Pumpkin, Charlie Brown 

If you don't have a copy, stop by one of the gift shops at Knott's Berry Farm where you will find the book and Knott's Spooky Farm exclusive merchandise.

 

DIY Pumpkin

Get crafty at Linus' Pumpkin Patch. This is the perfect spot for families to sit down and enjoy Fall crafts including miniature pumpkin decorating, cooking decorating, DIY slime, and more. Be sure to stop by the craft shops for unique, handmade Fall items.

 

Enjoy a Not Too Spooky Story

Enjoy a semi-haunted retelling of a classic spooky story told with wit and humor. You might even become part of the show!

 

Catch a Glimpse of the Creepy Critters of Calico

Stanley Scarecrow has opened his Livery Stable for the season for families to get a look at real pigs, spiders, and more. 

 

Knott's Spooky Farm runs weekends in October and October 31, 2019.

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Caryn Bailey

Knott's Berry Blogger 2019
Caryn is a long-time family-focused writer and digital media expert, who covers a range of lifestyle topics including food, fashion, beauty, film, travel, and technology. Caryn draws from her experience as a mother and a healthcare professional to share her knowledge and experiences. Having traveled the world, Orange County is home to Caryn and her two young children. Read more about Caryn's adventures on Rockin Mama

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