Disclosure: My family and I were invited by GigaSavvy to a media day at Knott's Berry Farm just so I can share with you all the awesomeness they have going on. All opinions are 100% mine.
It's been a full year since we visited Knott's Berry Farm for the first time. I absolutely love that our first visit was during Halloween time. We spent all day in Camp Spooky and this year we could not wait to get back and see what Knott's had in store for our family. This year, Halloween is not only in Camp Snoopy, it's taken over the entire park and has become, Knott's Spooky Farm every weekend in October.
See, while the kiddos jumped on the carousel I was able to check out the fun map and plan out our route for the day. We started our fun morning at the Spooky Hallow Maze.
A video posted by Cynthia Duarte (@kindasillymommy) on Oct 3, 2015 at 3:12pm PDT
This is a Snapchat that I made and posted to my Instagram of this crazy dizzy tunnel inside the Spooky Hallow Maze.
This pumpkin decorating station was setup at the end of Spooky Hallow. For just $5 we decorated our mini pumpkins and then brought them home to add to our decorations. Do your kids love decorating pumpkins as much as mine?
Oh and keep an eye out for some of these guys! Snoopy and the Peanut gang are dressed up in costume while walking around the park. You can also catch their show and costume parade in Camp Snoopy, just check for showtimes.
Just a helpful hint for your next visit, now all games at Knott's use this game card. Don't worry, there are card kiosks all over and you can just put money on the card and let the kids play their favorite games. I actually liked being able to just give each kid a card with some money and when they ran out, they were done. No questions asked.
These are the type of not-so-creepy characters you can find around Ghost Town while trick or treating. Don't worry, they are very friendly and not at all scary, so the kids won't be traumatized forever.
How cool is the stage setup at Fiesta Plaza? I love that Knott's embraces the Hispanic culture and showcases Dia De Los Muertos throughout the area.
This was also really fun! The Monster Masquerade Ball was actually two fun activities for the kids. The kids are encouraged to get up and sing karaoke and color and create a fun Halloween mask.
Knott's does a really great job of adding family friendly Halloween activities to the already fun Knott's Berry Farm. Right now is the best time to buy your Knott's season pass. From now until November 2nd, you can buy a year's worth of fun at Knott's for only 9 payments of $9! Read more and get your passes here.