Early start to Halloween fun in Long Beach

September 27, 2018 by  

Starting this weekend, Knotts Berry Farm becomes a fun-filled Halloween village with plenty of spooky activities for children ages 3- 11 years old.

The Knotts Spooky Farm has trick or treating through Ghost Town, shows, theater, costume contests, and more. All of this is included with regular admission.

The Timber Mountain Log Ride will have witches, jack-o-lanterns, and Halloween decorations as the ride splashes down the mountain. Camp Snoopy Theater will perform ‘The Monsters are Coming’ daily.

The Peanuts Costume Contest at Camp Snoopy Theater lets kids wear their best Halloween costume, with a Peanuts Dance Party too taking place too.

There is a train ride to Camp Spooky with 2D and 3D Halloween characters onboard to make it a spine-tingling adventure. For an additional prices, kids can decorate their own Halloween pumpkin at the Pumpkin Patch in Calico Park.

Kids trick or treating in Ghost Town can mingle with the shopkeepers and spooky characters. They can pick up maps and treat bags at the main gate. Meanwhile, the Livery Stable has some creepy critters for kids.

Knotts Berry Farm has a number of restaurants that serve barbecued meats, fries, burritos, tacos, chicken, hamburgers, soft drinks, pizza, desserts, and more.

Long Beach has print shops that design Halloween promotional products for events like this. Knotts Berry Farm is located at 8039 Beach Boulevard, and its Halloween frights run on Saturday and Sunday from September 29 to October 28, and on Wednesday, Oct. 31.