Knott's Returns to the Fog with a Strong Halloween Haunt Line-Up
There’s a chill in the air and a fog in the night. Scary Farm is alive and well at Knott’s Berry Farm in Buena Park. This hauntingly good time is a Halloween tradition in Orange County as it invites us all into our nightmares.
Terrifying mazes, ghoulishly fun shows, and themed attractions, Knott’s Scary Farm is once again a must-see (and must-scream) Halloween event.
Nine Terrifying Mazes
Tiptoe through nine sinfully scary mazes, each uniquely themed. While each maze features zombies jumping out when you least expect them, there’s a nightmare for all of us just inside the maze doors.
Some of the favorite mazes are back for the 2017 season and are joined by brand new additions to the Scary Farm frightening festival.
Guests have been transported to the time of the Pilgrims in a Peter, Peter Pumpkin Eater themed maze. An evil 7-foot creature haunts the town which is filled with his bloody victims, creepy crawling insects and thorny pathways.
Special Ops: Infected
In one of the largest mazes ever created for Scary Farm, guests are armed with laser guns as they race their way through a zombie apocalypse. Although armed with seriously cool technology, you won’t feel quite safe as you race through the blood-soaked cityscape.
Trick-or-Treat: Lights Out
If you weren’t afraid of the dark before, you will be after this interactive trek through a haunted house. Shine your faulty flashlight around the house to see what horrors will be revealed. That is, until your flashlight stops working and you’re left to wander in darkness.
The Hanging: Fake Noose
Poke fun at the year’s pop culture news at the live-stage show in Calico Square. The Hanging takes no prisoners in the irreverent comedy routine, mixed with special effects and high-flying stunts.
Elvira’s Last Show
Say goodbye to Elvira, Mistress of the Dark, with her final show at Knott’s Scary Farm. Her song and dance revue is filled with racy humor and scantily clad dancers. Comic relief provides a great escape from what lurks elsewhere in the park.
The Timber Mountain Log Ride features a spooktacular overlay for the Halloween season. An ominous skull tops the mountain, but what’s within Timber Mountain is left to be seen.
Scary Farm continues its legacy of fright-filled fun at Knott’s Berry Farm on select nights, now through October 31st. If you’re looking to keep down the zombie to park guest ratio, get your tickets for a Thursday or Sunday evening. You’ll experience the ghoulish fun with less crowds. Tickets begin at $42 a person, with the best deals available online. You can also skip the lines for mazes and attraction, by purchasing a Fast Lane bracelet with prices ranging from $80-90.
See you in the fog.