Knott’s is amping up it’s coolness factor

Visit Knott’s Berry Farm and rediscover this much-loved theme park.

This is not a sponsored post. I was invited to visit the park and get some behind-the-scenes exclusive to facilitate this post. All thoughts and ideas remain my own.

If you’re a So. Cal. native you’ve known Knott’s Berry Farm through field trips, night out with friends and random family visits. You know the place like the back of your hand. Well… they’re going to throw you for a loop now with its new Knott’s Boardwalk, set to debut beginning Memorial Day weekend.

Knott’s Boardwalk

Photo credit: ©Knott’s Berry Farm

Additions to the Knott’s Boardwalk Area will include:

Coast Rider

The 52 foot ascent to the top of Coast Rider will have everyone clinging to the handrails for the ultimate family coaster experience. The adventure aboard the ride gives guests the feeling of riding the California coast, but once they reach the crest, it is a harrowing journey down the 1,339 feet of track filled with hairpin turns, twists and spins.

new ride at Knott's Berry Farm
Coast Rider

Surfside Glider

Taking the ride into their own hands, guests will pilot their own Surfside Glider. From a height of 28 feet, these two-man aircrafts zip through the air providing a bird’s eye view of the Boardwalk area as they glide over Boardwalk Bay.

Pacific Scrambler

Everyone will be caught in the spin of the Pacific Scrambler, a family favorite and traditional Boardwalk attraction.

Site of the upcoming Pacific Scrambler

Timber Mountain Log Ride

And did you hear, the Timber Mountain Log Ride is getting a facelift too! It opened in July 11, 1969 with screen legend John Wayne taking the inaugural ride. It was the first ride of its kind, and not much has been done to it since then. Yes, it was seasonally decorated (but don’t expect that this year), but not much else. Well, this year it has been redone.

mechanical figure in log ride
New mechanical figure made for Timber Mountain Log Ride by Garner Holt Productions

From the moving mannequins to the logs themselves, a lot of work has been put in to modernize it. I’m happy to report, however, that the standard height limit is still in place. This means that you can continue to take your babies with you! As long as you hold them tight in place, the kids can sit in front of you and experience this classic with you.

New log ride at Knott's
Sneak peak of work being done inside Timber Mountain Log Ride

Knott’s Berry Farm Season Pass

Take advantage of all the new offerings and experience all of Knott’s Farm Fresh Fun with a 2013 Season Pass. They’re only $72.00, or 6 easy payments of $12.00, for a limited time!

Season Pass holders get access and exclusives all year long! You can expect:

  • Unlimited visits for the entire 2013 season
  • No blackout dates. That’s right, no blackout dates.
  • Discounts at select food and merchandise locations
  • Discounts on Halloween Haunt Tickets
  • Early ride time on select rides during summer
  • Other great Season Pass perks and surprises throughout the year!

Purchase passes and find additional information on everything Knott’s Berry Farm at http://www.knotts.com. See you there!

Snoopy
Thank you Knott’s for the invite!

This is not a sponsored post. I was invited to visit the park and get some behind-the-scenes exclusive to facilitate this post. All thoughts and ideas remain my own.

3 comments on Knott’s is amping up it’s coolness factor

  1. Isabel Garcia
    May 10, 2013 at 6:34 pm (1 year ago)

    The Coast Rider seems like a fun and exciting ride! It's been a while since I last visited Knott's Berry Farm. Awesome post! :-)

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    • Pattie Cordova
      May 10, 2013 at 6:48 pm (1 year ago)

      Thanks Isabel!

      Reply
  2. Justine Burgess
    May 11, 2013 at 1:31 am (1 year ago)

    That coaster looks like so much fun!

    Reply

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