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Once a working berry farm, this popular theme park is now home to GhostRider, the world's best wooden roller coaster; Supreme Scream, a ride where participants are hoisted up 30-stories and dropped down in three seconds; the Xcelerator, rated the...more
Many themes, good rides, nice shows, less queues, cheaper if you use go-card, reasonably priced Indian restaurants nearby. If using the go-card, do go to the Knott's Soak City. It's much more fun, particularly in the lazy river.
We visited Knots over the 4th of July break and it was ok. Between the extremely long lines, hot weather and not great parent swap ride options we actually left earlier than expected. The food stands are basically the same throughout the park offering standard...More
This seems to be a forgotten park in the world of Lalaland, the forgotten swan behind Universal Studios, Disneyland, and Six Flags. But it shouldn't be. The park is well laid out (although a few more signs would make it easier to find some entrances),...More
We traveled there with the family this summer. We wanted to try something new and boy were we impressed. This place has rides for the kids which were on the same level as many other parks. There are also a lot of roller coasters for...More
Having been to California adventure, Legoland and universal studios we were half expecting this to be a yawn fest. I am happy to say that my family fully enjoyed our visit. We managed to go on dollar days which was an added bonus. There are...More
Visited with family. Was a fun day with lots of attractions and things to do. I’d give this a 5 rating, except it was a little too expensive for my liking. Otherwise we had a day of fun and the kids were overly excited about...More
Obviously I don’t remember much of my previous visit, however took my family on a trip while visiting other theme parks. We purchased the soak city/Knott’s combo with a fast pass. Fast pass probably wasn’t needed as it wasn’t terribly busy but it was great...More
We thought we'd go take a visit to Knott's Berry Farm last Saturday September 8, 2018. It was my wife's birthday and wanted to go celebrate it at Knott's. Now we both had Season passes plus parking passes which cost's $65 this year, however, when...More
Response from J6063CWjamess | Reviewed this property |
That's a tough one, if they love Legos definitely go to Legoland. If they like bigger rides that are more thrilling go to Knotts. Hope that helps. You can check out the rides at both places. Keep in mind depending on the... More
That's a tough one, if they love Legos definitely go to Legoland. If they like bigger rides that are more thrilling go to Knotts. Hope that helps. You can check out the rides at both places. Keep in mind depending on the height of your kids they may not be able to ride all of the rides at Knotts. At Legoland they can go on everything.
Response from joshuamiller222 | Reviewed this property |
Knotts has a lot of rides but they also have camp snoopy and the ghost town for the whole family. LEGOLAND I’m sure they will love but there’s just not much to do for the adults. Knotts is also a lot closer to where you will... More
Knotts has a lot of rides but they also have camp snoopy and the ghost town for the whole family. LEGOLAND I’m sure they will love but there’s just not much to do for the adults. Knotts is also a lot closer to where you will already be.