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Let’s go to Knott’s Scary Farm! What You Need to Know Before Your Visit!

The time has come for ghosts and goblins to come put and play! Knott’s Scary Farm is the place to be when it comes to having fun when the sun goes down.

Read about Knott’s Scary Farm 2012

Last year was the 40th anniversary of Knott’s Scary Farm and the theme park celebrated with style. This year, it has been proven not to disappoint! So, if you are planning your trip, I have all the info you need to make your night a freaky night to remember! One thing I will stress out is that this is not a kiddie event. I highly recommend taking a look at the following article I wrote about last year.

Is Knott’s Scary Farm for kid of all ages? Find out here!




Knott’s Scary Farm 2013

Halloween Haunt is a special ticket event not covered by regular Knott’s Berry Farm Theme Park admission or Knott’s Season Passes.


Online Pre-Sale: $38-$54 Adult
Day of Event Gate Price: $62 Adult
Trapped Maze: $60 (up to 6 in party)

BUY TICKETS? Buy them in person at Knott’s or purchase online at www.knotts.com/scaryfarm. (Service charges apply to all online orders.)

BY PHONE? Call Knott’s Haunt Line at (714) 220-5200. (Service charges apply to all online and phone orders.) Going in a group? Knott’s offers various Halloween Haunt discounts for groups of 50 or more. Call Group Sales at (714) 220-5163.

Special Perks:

New for 2013, Fright Lane with Skeleton Key offers guests unlimited priority access to 11 mazes all night long. The Skeleton Key, which is included with all Fright Lane passes, will also “unlock” a secret extra room inside of five mazes. Fright Lane passes start at $65.00. Guests can save $5.00 when purchasing a Knott’s Scary Farm Event and Fright Lane with Skeleton Key Combo ticket at knotts.com/scaryfarm.com. Knott’s also offers Fast Lane passes, which allows guests to scream to the front-of the line at some of Knott’s world-class coasters. Both are available for purchase online.

Pre-Scare Dinner Special: Get into the spirit early by enjoying a Knott’s Boo-fet dinner followed by early entry into Knott’s Scary Farm a few minutes before it opens to all other guests. Add the VIP dinner to your evening of thrills and chills for only $24.99 – online only. This special offer is available each night to Halloween Haunt ticket holders only with advance dinner reservations which can be made at knotts.com. Walk-up Boo-fet price is $29.99 +tax.

Hotel packages: Stay at the  Knott’s Hotel and make the most of the scary night!  The “Bare Bones” package, starting at $149, includes a hotel night stay and two tickets to Haunt. The “Haunted Dreams” package, starting at $220, includes hotel stay, Haunt tickets, Pre-Scare dinner buffet and much more! All packages are based on double occupancy and subject to availability. Call the Knott’s Berry Farm Resort Hotel at (714) 995-1111 or (866) 752-2444 for reservations and ask for “Haunted Dreams,” or “Bare Bones” or for on-line reservations, visit www.knottshotel.com


Sept. 26-29, Oct. 3-6, 10-13, 17-20, 24-27, 30-31, Nov 1-2, 2013

Knott’s Berry Farm closes at 5:30 p.m. each evening and reopens at 7 p.m. as Knott’s Scary Farm. The fear continues until 1 a.m. (2 a.m. on Fridays and Saturdays.)

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This is one event, you don’t want to miss!!!! Stay tuned for a follow-up post on the mazes, entertainment and so much more!




 This is not a paid post.  All thoughts and opinions are my own.  I was invited to this exclusive event to enjoy the park and facilitate this review.


Liz Cerezo

Liz is a Mexican-American blogger living in Southern California. Married 19 years, and a mami to 3 kids, her content is inspired from living in and raising a multicultural familia. Liz has been blogging for more than 7 years, establishing herself as a nationally recognized Latina blogger. She often blogs in Spanglish and may throw in some Tagalog when talking about her hubby. You can also find her chit chatting away at @Liz_Cerezo on Twitter!

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