Bear-y Tales is back at Knott’s Berry Farm in an all-new 4-D interactive dark ride!!!
I didn’t get a chance to enjoy the Bear-y Tales ride the first time around, so I’m very excited to enjoy it as it joins the 100th anniversary of Knott’s Berry Farm!
The 100th anniversary begins May 15 through August 30 and is aptly named “A Knott’s Family Reunion.” It will bring together old classics with new favorites, which includes the return of the beloved Bear-y Tales story in an all-new 4-D interactive dark ride, bringing to life a continuation of the classic attraction initially commissioned by the Knott Family and created in 1975 by the legendary attraction designer Rolly Crump.
Knott’s Bear-y Tales: Return to the Fair
Knott’s Bear-y Tales: Return to the Fair is a new 4-D interactive dark ride that will take guests on an exciting journey through reimagined show scenes that are reminiscent of the original dark ride, including the Boysenberry Pie Factory, Frog Forest, Fortune Teller Camp, Thunder Cave, and Weird Woods, culminating in a celebration at the County Fair. The story takes place 34 years after the original adventure and will follow Boysen Bear and Girlsen Bear as they travel to the Country Fair to earn the blue ribbon prize for their famous boysenberry pies, but Crafty Coyote is back along with his mischievous pups intent on stealing all the pies for themselves. Guests will climb aboard ride vehicles equipped with jelly blasters to try and recover the stolen boysenberry pies as they travel through whimsical and beautiful environments while competing for the highest score.– Knott’s Berry Farm
The return of Knott’s Bear-y Tales will be a great addition to the all new and nostalgic experiences throughout the park that will be just perfect for kids and adults alike.
Upcoming Knott’s Berry Farm events
Ghost Town Alive! will return with a new interactive storyline for guests to explore and unravel alongside the characters of Calico.
The summer fun will continue long after the sun goes down when a special 100th Anniversary edition of the popular nighttime party, Knott’s Summer Nights returns with new live music, unique summer food offerings, Instagram-able photo opportunities, interactive experiences, and family-friendly games.
Both Ghost Town Alive! and Knott’s Summer Nights will be offered on select days starting May 15 – August 30, 2020.
Knott’s PEANUTS Celebration returns weekends from January 25 – March 1, 2020.
My favorite food festival, Knott’s Boysenberry Festival, returns with an array of one-of-a-kind boysenberry inspired food and drink items created by the Knott’s culinary team. The Knott’s Boysenberry Festival will offer a month of deliciousness from March 20 – April 19, 2020.
For fall, the spooktacular family-friendly daytime Halloween event, Knott’s Spooky Farm, will invite families with little ghouls ages 3-11 to celebrate the spooky season exclusively on weekends starting September 26 – October 31, 2020.
As winter rolls in, the feeling of Christmas will be discovered at Knott’s Merry Farm, where joy will be in season from November 20, 2020 – January 3, 2021.
Nearby Knott’s Berry Farm Hotels
- Knott’s Berry Farm Hotel – our first choice because it’s literally within the resort. Your hotel stay also includes parking and if you book the Snoop room, Snoopy himself tucks you in (plus, you get two Snoopy plushies).
- Courtyard by Marriott Anaheim – within walking distance to Knott’s Berry Farm (only half a mile away). Hotel stay includes free self-parking.
- Fairfield Inn & Suites Anaheim Buena Park – one mile away from Knott’s Berry Farm. Hotel stay includes breakfast and free self-parking.
Knott’s Spooky Farm 2019 Tickets
Groupon offers discounted Knott’s Berry Farm tickets.
Also, after 4pm, the general public may purchase tickets at the jr/sr price. Only available at the front gate & valid on day of purchase
Buy your Knott’s Berry Farm season pass before the year is over to get the best deals!
NOTE: Prices increase throughout the year. Visit Knotts.com for updated pricing.
Originally published on November 7, 2019. Last Updated on November 7, 2019 by Pattie Cordova