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Pack up the family and head out to one of the top amusement parks in the country. Each park offers something unique for visitors, but all offer families great entertainment, thrilling attractions and unique dining venues.
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Knott’s Berry Farm’s iconic Calico Mine Ride, a park favorite since it opened in 1960, will reopen Saturday after a six-month renovation, park officials announced.
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If you and the family like thrill rides, Knott’s Berry Farm has 165 to choose from. If speed isn’t your forte, there’s plenty else to see and do.
A ride that stranded people 300 feet high twice last year will be moving from Knott’s Berry Farm to a sister amusement park in Missouri next year.
Round up the whole family and enjoy a day at the amusement park. Knotts Berry Farm is one of the best spots in California for a full day of family adventure.
But for those who suffer from food allergies, navigating quick-serve restaurants can be a challenge. Here are the best picks for dining with food allergies at the largest amusement parks in Southern California.