Theme Parks & Playtime
Visit California’s First Theme Park, Knott’s Berry Farm and decide whether to launch from HangTime, California’s first dive coaster, or drop over 200 feet in 3 seconds flat on Supreme Scream. Little ones can enjoy pint-sized coasters and attractions in Camp Snoopy, as well as meet the main pup himself – Snoopy and the PEANUTS Gang. From late May to early September, cool off at Knott’s Soak City! The 15-acre water park has 23 water slides, a 750,000 wave pool, 1/3 mile lazy river, and 3-story Beach House complete with 200 interactive water guns and nozzles. Don’t forget to bring your discounted tickets with you.
Experience the thrill of zero gravity at Big Air Trampoline Park, where you can bounce off the walls on trampoline dodge ball courts, ninja-warrior courses, launch pads, and so much more. Those with toddlers might prefer to spent an afternoon at PlayPie, an interactive playground complete with digital aquarium and sand art tables, a fully stocked library, games, and slides.
A hike on one of Ralph B. Clark Regional Park’s three trailheads is another great way to bond with the family during your stay. Hiking difficulty ranges from easy to moderate, with the Castlewood Trail, Westridge Chevron Hills Trail, and the Ralph B. Clark Perimeter Trail. If the virtual world is more your speed, visit Olympic Golf Zone where the group can experience digital golf and batting cages in the comfort of an air conditioned venue.