A lot of work is happening in Camp Snoopy and Knott's made it official not too long
ago and that they are in fact working on a new project. The first little project is the Woodstock's Airmail refurbishment, it's not been announced when the Woodstock's Airmail attraction will return but nonetheless work continues to be pretty extensive. The work walls go all the way up.
Rumors online are pointing towards a new roller coaster due to context clues from other Cedar Fair parks. Cedar Fair is working with Vekoma to install a couple of family roller coasters at some of their other parks. There's a lot of speculation from coaster enthusiasts that they may do the same thing at Knott's Berry Farm. The space is large enough to host of a kid friendly coaster.
Look how beautiful Independence Hall looks with a freshened paint job!
Not quite sure what's going on at KBF and the new management team....namely Knott's latest round of strange budget cuts. Knott’s Berry Farm has cut over 5,000 man hours and that’s just in the foods division. Other odd cuts are no aluminum foil wrapped baked potatoes, no ribs from Fireman’s and rumor has it, Fireman’s is also losing chicken.
The new $50 parking lot is open and the park is still not accepting cash…
And Knott's has increased the price of a slice and a whole pie. September 2022, the same slice was $4.50 and a whole pie was $18. NOW a slice is $7.25 and a whole pie is $22! That's a HUGE increase!
Old Betsy Is back after a freshening up too!!!
The Fiesta Village makeover is looking GREAT!!!
Lots of new walls up around Camp Snoopy.
Its unclear what will be replacing the Camp Bus or Timberline Twister. Both rides have been removed from the website, as well as the park map on the Knott’s app.
Come meet the Peanuts Gang in their all-new meet and greet location, the Beagle Scout Headquarters. This new interactive location invites guests to meet their favorite characters in an immersive, highly themed setting. No visit to camp is complete without a hug from Snoopy and a photo to capture the memory forever!
Growing up in Los Angeles in the 70s/80s we visited Disneyland on a regular basis and often after school, before "Annual Passes".