Knott's Berry Farm is rolling out a third weekend food festival event, Knott's Taste of Fall-O-Ween. This one kicks off September 25 and runs Fridays through Sundays until November 1.
The Buena Park, Calif. theme park reopened last month under California rules that allowed for outdoor dining. Park rides and attractions remain closed since California has not yet approved theme parks to reopen, but guests can dress up and kids can hit the Trick or Treat trail in Camp Snoopy during this event. Knott's also is staging an all-new "Into the Fog" art show with more than 45 art pieces celebrating the Halloween season.
Admission is with the purchase of a tasting card, which is $35 plus tax for adults and includes five food or drink items. Kids' cards are $20 plus tax and include three items plus a go through the Camp Snoopy Trick-or-Treat Trail. (Ages 3-11)
Tasting cards can be bought through the Knott's website. You must have a tasting card to enter the park, but season passholders can get 10 percent off the price of tasting cards.
While costume will be permitted for the event, costume masks will not substitute for appropriate face coverings which must be worn at all times, except when seated to eat and physically distant from other parties.
Taste of Fall-O-Ween follows the Taste of Calico and Taste of Knott's events. If California doesn't issue guidance for theme parks to open soon, who's ready for the inevitable Knott's Taste of the Holidays event?Tweet
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