Dinner & Evening Entertainment
Knott’s closes on the earlier side (6pm), so if you’re family is still looking for fun before heading back to the hotel, John’s Incredible Pizza Tour is open until 10pm on weekdays and 11:30pm on weekends. The mini bowling alley is a great way for the family to bond at the end of a long day. If the kids still have a few more rides left in them, there are three indoor rides too. Not to mention, this arcade offers all-you-can eat and six themed dining rooms, so you’re sure to find an option for every picky-eater in your family. My personal favorite was the Cabin Fever dining room because of the cozy cabin getaway feel.
Big Air Trampoline Park, located in the same shopping center, is open until 9pm most week nights and 11pm on the weekends. This one will surely tire your kids out before heading to bed. Don’t worry.
If you’re looking for a lax day away from the park, The Source is a beautiful outdoor mall perfect for shopping, eating, and even a little playing! The variety of global retail venues range from shoe stores to clothing stores to makeup stores and more. The cultural exploration doesn’t stop there, because The Source offers cuisine from Japan, China, Italy, and more. Not to mention plenty of coffee shops to stop at when you’re just about crashing from all of the family bonding.
The non-stop fun doesn’t have to pause for a dinner break in Buena Park. Both Medieval Times and Pirate's Dinner Adventure are exciting, high-energy dinner performances that will make you feel like you’re a part of the show. At Medieval Times, feast on a chicken leg (no utensils allowed!) corn, warm garlic bread, and tomato soup while watching a jousting tournament that really gets the heart racing. Pirate's Dinner Adventure offers a similar menu and loud, rowdy pirates who will really plot each team against each other. You’ll find yourself cheering “go red!” with a mouthful of mashed potatoes.