A Family Trip To Knotts Berry Farm Is The Best Way To Have Fun As A Family
By Deb Flomberg
Grab the kids and hit the road to take a drive to one of the best amusement parks in the country. A trip to Knott’s Berry Farm will be the best way to spend a day for the whole family. You can drive in for just the day, but you may want to get a hotel near by, as there is so much to see and do that you may want to have a couple of days for it all.
You will probably want to start with all the amazing roller coasters at Knotts Berry Farm. Check out everything from the Boomerang that goes so fast that you go head-over-heels six times in less than a single minute to the GhostRider that takes you 118 feet over the historic Ghost Town. The GhostRider is also one of the longest and tallest wooden roller coasters in the entire world.
For those that like something a bit tamer, then take a ride on some of the different railroads. The Calico Mine Ride is always a favorite, as is the Calico Railroad, with fun trips through Ghost Town and a round-trip tour of Knotts Berry Farm. Or go for the classic – take a ride on the High Sierra Ferris Wheel for the best view of the entire area.
If you get warm, then cool off at the Timber Mountain Log Ride, with the famous flume that is propelled by 24,000 gallons of water. Or check out Bigfoot Rapids, a whitewater river raft ride that will make you think you are rafting out on the Colorado River.
Clearly there is so much to do at Knotts Berry Farm and you’ll have an amazing trip with the whole family. Make sure to arrive in style in the C250 Luxury Sedan from Mercedes-Benz of Encino. You will drive there in total luxury and elegance, and you’ll be so glad to have such a comfortable ride for the way home, since you’ll probably be pretty worn out from all the fun.
Deb Flomberg grew up in the mountains, developed a love for the beach and has found happiness on the open road. She is now a freelance writer, theater professional and travel enthusiast happy to be writing about the things she loves most.
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