The event takes place select dates September 25 through November 1. Few dates remain available and are sure to sell out. If you are lucky enough to grab tickets to this sensational seasonal event, we’ve rounded up a few tips, can’t miss dishes and activities for you to enjoy during your visit.
To attend the Taste of Fall-O-Ween Food Fest only a Tasting Card is required. Adult cards are $35 for 5 generous tastings; Junior cards (ages 3-11) are $20 for 3 tastings plus a trip down the Trick or Treat Trail.
Parking for Taste of Fall-O-Ween is complimentary and can be accessed off of Crescent Avenue.
Knott’s Berry Farm continues to delight foodies and families with a safe environment with a festive feel. The theme park has limited capacity for the event to promote safe distances. Some additional considerations:
- Facial coverings are required for guests 3+ and must be worn when not seated
- Contactless temperature and health screenings are conducted prior to entrance into the park
- Enhanced cleaning and sanitization procedures are in place
- Hand sanitizer stations have been installed
- Placards and floor markers help guests maintain safe social distances
Favorite Fall Flavors
Your Tasting Card is all you need to dig into the delightful dishes prepared by the Knott’s culinary team. They’ve captured the flavors of the season in dozens of food options.
Don’t miss the Pastrami Tater Tots with hot pastrami, diced garlic pickles and mornay cheese on tater tots with a drizzle of boysenberry mustard. Heat things up with Diablo Fries made with chili, cheese, Hot Cheeto power and crispy jalapeno strips and cool things right back off with a Blood Orange Lemonade or Pumpkin Cider.
Celebrating Halloween means sweets are never in short supply. Enjoy seasonal twists on classic Knott’s flavors, like a chocolate and vanilla Graveyard Funnel Cake topped with cookie crumbles, chocolate ice cream, chocolate drizzle and gummy worms.
If you only go for one dessert during your visit, you have to go with the deep-fried cinnamon roll topped with pumpkin icing and sprinkles, called the Ghoulish Pumpkin Bun.
Knott’s offers numerous vegetarian and gluten-free options. Additional food items can be purchased a la carte.
Trick or Treat Trail
What’s Halloween without candy? Included with the Junior Card (ages 3-11) is an opportunity to stroll down the Trick or Treat Trail in Camp Snoopy. The trail includes 10 candy stops, with attendants behind plexiglass stations distributing treats. Along the path, you’ll see silly scarecrow actors who will interact with participants and numerous seasonal scenes, perfect for photo ops. Look for Peanuts characters in costume atop the buildings for distanced interactions.
The Knott’s Berry Farm team creatively crafted holiday entertainment that stays in compliance with state and local regulations. Enjoy a pre-recorded concert from Krazy Kirk and the Hillbillies. Try your hand at boardwalk games before saying “Good Mourning” to the GhostTown Ghouls will engage guests from building balconies and windows. The “Into the Fog” art show is back to pay homage to Scary Farm, the haunt, unfortunately, canceled for 2020. Craft fall fun with pumpkin decorating kits and sugar cookie decorating kits.
Again, tickets are selling out quickly for the event, so make sure you head to Knotts.com to grab yours and have a spooktacular time!