Spooky Farm 2019
Nights in October at Knott's Berry Farm can be frightening... and rightfully so. Guests come to be scared and roam the midways in the fog. As an alternative, weekends (and Halloween day), younger guests can enjoy the season with family-friendly activities during Knott's Spooky Farm! In Ghost Town, friendly ghouls interactive with visitors of all ages and hand out candy to trick-or-treaters age 3-11. Multiple stations are set up and offer a variety of sweet goodies. Children and adults are welcome to come in costume (some restrictions apply). Make sure to visit the barn at the end of Main Street to see the creey crawlies and animals.In Calico Park, you can visit Linus in the pumpkin patch for a photo, and even paint your own pumpkin*. Vendors are set-up offering one-of-a-kind gift items. Visit the Miss Doolittles booth and create slime!* In The Bird Cage Theatre enjoy "Spooky Story Time," a live retelling of "The Legend of Sleepy Hollow." This hilarious 15-minute show involves the audience, and is not to be missed. Over in Camp Snoopy, photo ops with your favorite Peanuts characters will be available, along with a ton of spooky decor. The whole gang takes to the stage for "The Monsters are Coming, Charlie Brown." This show is filled with fun Halloween-themed music and pay homage to "The War of the Worlds." Spooky Farm also offers two seasonal ride overlay. The Grand Sierra Scenic Railroad has been transformed into "A Trip to Camp Spooky." Krazy Kirk and the Hillbillies have created an original song that is the anthem for the "Halloween Hootenanny" which has transformed the Timber Mountain Log Ride.
Knott’s Spooky Farm runs weekends September 28 – October 27 from 9:00am to 5:00pm, Halloween Day from 10:00am to 5:30 pm, and is included with regular park admission. For more information, visit knotts.com. *additional fees apply
Knott's Spooky Farm Activities and Decor
The Peanuts Gang, Seasonal Shows, and Ride Overlays