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Making the Most of Knott's Berry Farm

Making the Most of Knott's Berry Farm

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TIPS AND NOTES FOR KNOTT'S BERRY FARM

Theaters, shops, and walk-through attractions are generally wheelchair accessible. Some may require assistance. It’s a good idea to pick up a copy of the Rider Safety Guide at the Information Center and establish which attractions are safe for people in your party. It lists all services and limitations at the park. Do note that all rides require transfer from wheelchairs.

Rent strollers ($13/single and $20/double + $5 refundable deposit), wheelchairs ($16 + $10 refundable deposit), and ECVs ($50 + $10 refundable deposit) in Ghost Town next to the Geode Shop. You can reserve ECVs in advance by phoning 714-220-5495.

Just want to pop in to buy something? You can get a Shopper’s Pass good for 45 minutes by leaving a refundable deposit equal to general admission.

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ENTERTAINMENT AT KNOTT'S BERRY FARM

Live entertainment comes in two key forms at Knott’s Berry Farm. The first are stage shows, themed to the area housing the venue and performed on a daily basis. Knott’s also attracts headline bands and other performers, especially in the summer. Special seasonal performances may be presented in the spacious Charles M. Schulz Theater. Call 714-220-5200 for details on special events or check with the Information Center when you arrive at the park. The other form of live entertainment consists of daily demonstrations of old-fashioned craftsmanship such as candle-making, horse-shoeing, glass-blowing, and candy-making. Peanuts characters make appearances throughout Camp Snoopy and in front of the main entrance. Performance times vary—your Entertainment and Show Guide lists the day’s shows and times.

Show/Entertainment Land What makes it special
Krazy Kirk and the Hillbillies Ghost Town Musical country comedy show
Marshall Purdy Show Ghost Town Magic, comedy, and music
Native American Dancers Indian Trails North American and Aztec dancers
Mystery Lodge Ghost Town One-of-a-kind, high-tech Native Wilderness American storytelling experience
Camp Snoopy Theatre Camp Snoopy Lucy, Linus, and Charlie Brown!

Visting around Halloween? The park becomes “Knott’s Scary Farm” on select evenings, complete with monsters, mazes, and scare zones. Tickets are $54-$69.

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BEST SPOTS AT KNOTT'S BERRY FARM

Best Places to Cool Off—Bigfoot Rapids, Timber Mountain Log Ride, California Marketplace, Perilous Plunge, and Rip Tide.

Best Places to Relax—On a shady bench with the resident cowboys and saloon girls, and in the Calico Saloon with a cold beer.

Best Places to Burn Off Energy—Snoopy’s Bounce House, Huff and Puff Mine Cars, and Peanuts Play Lot.

Best Place to Get a Snack—Ghost Town Bakery for Boysenberry Pie and any of the funnel cake stands for a best-in-the-west treat.

Best Places for Meals—Mrs. Knott’s Chicken Dinner Restaurant (dinner only)

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