Knott's Berry Farm
Filled with high-tech, adrenaline-pumping rides and wild adventures, Knott’s Berry Farm is a must-visit for theme park lovers. After all, thrilling roller coasters are Knott’s claim to fame, and in each of its six themed areas, you can be sure you’ll find at least one.
At Knott's Berry Farm, each themed area presents a taste of the Southern California experience. “Ghost Towns” is a trip into the past with authentic 19th century buildings and gun-slinging bandits duking it out in the legendary Wild West Stunt Show. At “Boardwalk,” riders soar to a height of 127 feet (38 meters) and plunge down a 115 ft (35 m) water chute at a 75-degree angle. “Indian Trails” explores the heritage of the Native American civilization, while “Fiesta Village” pays homage to Spanish California with its festive Old Spanish vibe. “Camp Snoopy” is home to the Peanuts Gang and offers 20 kid-approved rides and hands-on adventures. At "Wild Water Wilderness" you’ll find a raging white-water river, cascading waterfalls, soaring geysers, and old-style ranger stations.
For more wild adventures, head next door to Knott's Soak City Water Park, where you can get wet and wild on body slides, speed slides, and an artificial wave lagoon.
Review by Barbara M, April 2013
Doing what: Knott's Berry Farm General Admission Ticket with Transport
my two grandchildren loved this place excellent roller coasters great fun
Review by Anonymous, April 2013
Doing what: Knott's Berry Farm General Admission Ticket
Knott's Berry Farm is located just 10 minutes northwest of Disneyland via Interstate 5 and the Artesia Freeway. Just outside the Knott’s Berry Farm is California MarketPlace, which has unique shops and restaurants, including the original favorite, Mrs. Knott's Chicken Dinner Restaurant.