Boardwalk FAQs

Boardwalk FAQs


Frequently Asked Questions

Certain Rides have age and height limitations in order to ensure Guest Safety. There are also some rides that Expectant Mothers should not ride. For more details, download our Rider's Safety Guide.
The Boardwalk offers a variety of food including hamburgers and hot dogs at the world's largest Johnny Rockets, pulled pork sandwiches and teriyaki grilled chicken at Boardwalk Barbeque and fresh baked pizza at Hollywood Hits.
Rest rooms are located at each end of the Boardwalk, near Xcelerator and the Bumper Cars.
Coast Rider: 54 Inches or 44 Inches and accompanied by a responsible person
Pacific Scrambler: 48 Inches or 36 Inches and accompanied by a responsible person
Surfside Gliders: 44 Inches or 36 Inches and accompanied by a responsible person
Xcelerator: 52 Inches
Supreme Scream: 52 Inches
Rip Tide: 54 Inches
Boomerang: 48 Inches
Sky Cabin: 46 Inches or accompanied by a responsible person
Wipeout:
48 Inches
Wheeler Dealer Bumper Cars:
48 Inches or 42 Inches and accompanied by a responsible person
There is a lot to do on the Knott's Boardwalk. Test you skills at one of the many games on the Boardwalk. You also won't want to miss Snoopy in an all-new ice show, Snoopy Unleashed, starting June 15th in the Charles M Schulz Theater.
Making its summer debut over at the Charles Schulz Theatre is “Snoopy…..Unleashed!” Snoopy is off the chain and ready for action – going where he wants to go, doing what he wants to do in a way that only Snoopy can.
Live musical entertainment from morning till night beginning June 15th, with performances by Jumpin’ to the Beat which combines jump roping gymnastics with a heavy drum beat, and the ever popular Big Fat Steve Band on the Boardwalk Midway.

KidTrack is Knott’s Berry Farm’s free program that assists in quickly reuniting lost children with their parents. Guests with cell phones can register for the program at Guest Services, located near the front of the park. The telephone number and name provided will be written on the inside of a KidTrack wristband and placed on children’s’ wrist. Children are then instructed to notify any Knott’s Berry Farm employee wearing a name tag in the event they becomes separated from their parents. An employee will walk lost children to the Information Center, where a Guest Service Associate will help call the child’s parent or guardian.