|Fried chicken, biscuits, and boysenberry jam are the stars here. Mrs. Knott's Chicken Dinner Restaurant in the Marketplace outside the park's main gate has been an institution for years--some locals love it, others complain that it "isn't what it used to be." It also draws good-sized crowds during the summer tourist season (there's a take-out location, as well). |
Pink's, a famous Los Angeles hot dog joint, has a stand in the Marketplace also.
You'll find Johnny Rocket's, Panda Express, and the Spurs Chop House (steaks) inside the park. The Chow House serves chili and potato cream soup in a large sourdough bowl. Many people love Knott's boysenberry soda, too.
If none of these options sound appealing, there's always TGI Friday's, right across from the park's ticket booths.
|Knott's is a year-round park. Check the park's Web site for operating times.|
|Established Seasonal events|
|Knott's Haunt is the original theme-park Halloween event, and it draws huge crowds starting in late September and through Halloween.|
Knott's Merry Farm is the park's Christmas event, which involves fundraisers for Toys for Tots and other charities.
Snoopy's Starlight Spectacular is a festival of lights held in Camp Snoopy during the summer months.
The month long Boysenberry Festival occurs annual in March
|Access & Location|
|Knott's is located at 8039 Beach Blvd. in Buena Park, Calif. (about 10 minutes from Disneyland). The park is served by I-91 (exit at Beach Blvd. or Knott Ave.) and I-5 (exit at Beach Blvd. or Knott Ave.).|
|Knott's Berry Farm Hotel is adjacent to the park and offers packages that include admission and rooms. There are other hotels and motels in Buena Park near the park, as well.|
|Virtual Queue Options|
|Knott's Berry Farm offers "Fast Lane" for 13 of their most popular rides.|
|Knott's offers a variety of Old West-inspired entertainment, including a stunt show, a saloon show, and Native American dancing. Mystery Lodge is a unique show featuring Native American lore.|