Trail Mixed Memories is a blog about blazing trails from the desert to the sea and everywhere in between with my family. I'm a blogger and a outdoor mom of two kids. I share our activities, reviews, events, and adventures to other families to help get kids off the couch and outdoors. Our family enjoys fishing, hiking, camping, prospecting, geocaching, archery, SCUBA, dirtbike riding and river rafting. I also am an avid outdoor photographer that loves catching that unusual shot!
Tuesday, September 17, 2013
Knotts Camp Spooky: Halloween Fun For Little Ones! @Knotts #CampSpooky
Do your children love dressing up but are still afraid of things that go bump after dark? Here is a safe and fun alternative to Halloween fun without the fright!
The Knotts Berry Farm theme park is known world-wide for its Knotts Scary Farm. Did you know that every year they transform the kids favorite play area, Camp Snoopy into Camp Spooky?
Camp Spooky isn't spooky at all! It is an area for children geared for ages 3-11 to enjoy trick or treating and fun not so scary activities in daylight!
In the Camp Spooky Theatre, “Charlie Brown’s Spooktacular Show”, will have you singing and dancing in the aisles to all your favorite Halloween tunes! The kids will love seeing their favorite characters dressed up just like they are!
The children are encouraged to dress up and join in the costume parade and contests with their beloved characters. What is your little one dressing up as this year?
Trick or Treating is a must in our family. We go early and get home early because of the dark. With Camp Spooky, the children receive a trick or treat bag when they arrive and are guided to 5 different goodie stations for treats.
Other activities are at the “Creepy Crawly Critter Cave”, Knott’s park naturalists will amaze with slithery, slimy, creepy, crawly critters.
Do you and your family like stories? Check out the “Scary Stories at the Lodge” where master story tellers will spin the craziest, creepiest, silliest tales this side of the “Great Pumpkin Patch”. And what goes better with a story than a delicious cookie that you can decorate yourself at the “Kooky Cookie Painting.”(Small fee applies)
The whole family can explore the Monster Factory, a fun interactive maze where the little ones create the things that go bump in the night.
Camp Spooky runs weekends October 5-27 and is included with regular park admission. Knott’s Berry Farm Theme Park operating hours are 10:00 am to 5:30 pm. For more information on all the exciting things that are going on at Knott’s Berry Farm, call (714) 220-5200 or visit us online at www.knotts.com.
DISCLAIMER: My family received tickets from GigaSavvy to attend a special media day. All thoughts and ideas are my own. I have permission to use all copyrighted photos for my posts. Do not use any pictures without permission.
Subscribe to: Post Comments (Atom)
Post a Comment
I love hearing from you! If there is something you like or don't like, please let us know but please keep it clean. There are young people here that love to read your comments too.