Knott’s Scary Farm
From a mistletoe-laden stroll through Christmastime at Disney Parks to a horrifying nightmare at Knott’s Scary Farm, here’s your guide to holiday events at Orange County theme parks.
Spice up Halloween 2014 with these family-friendly events suitable for all ages.
From a first-of-its-kind culinary event hosted in this area to an Avant Garde lecture series, and plenty of Halloween themed fun, there’s plenty for Orange County residents to explore this week.
Get ready for the blood, gore and special effects and check out some of the best haunted houses available in Orange County.
Gore, terror, monsters, zombies and more will make you yearn for the sweet costumes of your youth. Some places offer more family-friendly attractions for the holiday so pick carefully…if you dare.
BUENA PARK (CBSLA.com) — A Southland woman is speaking out against Knott’s Scary Farm after she claims she was harassed by park employees because of her weight. “I won’t ever go back there,” said Nicole, […]
Knott’s Scary Farm is celebrating their 40th year as one of the Southland’s most popular Halloween attractions.
While trick-or-treating may satisfy your sweet tooth this Halloween, there’s more moonlit magic to uncover beyond your backyard. With the whole family in mind, it’s possible to create your own potion of fun – think mysterious scavenger hunts, pumpkin patch adventuring, arts and crafts, and interactive haunted mazes. Take part in a secret neighborhood retreat and find out why Orange County’s “most elaborate” yard display has been raising hairs for 13 years.
Knott’s Berry Farm is holding a hiring event Friday for its 40th Annual Halloween Haunt at Knott’s Scary Farm.
Knott’s Berry Farm is looking for a few good men and lots of ghouls, goblins, zombies, witches and monsters.
Knott’s Berry Farm is home to the first, largest and longest running Halloween celebration in the world. The headlining event is Knott’s Halloween Haunt, which is geared towards those ages 13 and up. Snoopy’s Costume […]