By Peggy Jo Goodfellow, Arizona Farm Bureau: When I was a kid….many, many years ago … Knott’s Berry Farm was the place to go to see an exciting Ghost Town, a western shootout, rides and other attractions. I remember screaming with pure joy on the GhostRider, the longest, wildest wooden coaster in the west. Today Knott’s Berry Farm has over 165 rides,
The famous Knott's Berry Farm Ghostrider ...
Another of my favorites was going to the Knott’s Scary Farm in the fall. Guess what? They still hold the Scary Farm, only now it’s even scarier! It features a mix of explicit horror, dark humor and the most thrilling and largest haunting Halloween experience in Southern California. The 2014 fall season promises new scares, new
Starting Thanksgiving Day, Knotts’ Berry Farm is filled with the magic of the holiday season as it wondrously transforms into Knott’s Merry Farm! It’s a magical place to make holiday memories of your own.
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