Devon’s Review Of Knott’s Berry Farm

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Devon’s Review Of Knott’s Berry Farm

Devon M., Writer

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Over the summer, I had a chance to go to Knott’s Berry Farm in Buena Park, California. The park is overall really good. In this review, I am going to tell you good and bad things about Knott’s Berry Farm. Starting with good things, I overall thought that all of the roller coasters there are good. As of 2019, there are four main roller coasters that you MUST ride at Knott’s. These include HangTime, Xcelerator, Silver Bullet, and Ghostrider. I also enjoyed the theming of the four lands: Ghost Town, Boardwalk, Fiesta Village, and Camp Snoopy. Camp Snoopy is the kids’ area, so I won’t be going too in-depth with it as I only spent about ten minutes in there. Ghost Town is themed to the old west, Boardwalk is Ocean themed, and Fiesta Village is a Spanish themed section of the park. The prices are pretty good too, being $64 online and $84 at the gate. What I love about Knott’s is that it is balanced compared to Six Flags Magic Mountain and Disneyland. Disneyland has almost all family rides, and Six Flags Magic Mountain is almost all roller coasters. One thing to note is that the last few times I went, GhostRider is always at LEAST a 2-hour wait. The reason is that they always have ONE TRAIN OPS. For those who don’t know, one train ops (operations) is where they only run one train on the track leading to longer waits. Some of the rides don’t do this, like HangTime since there are only 16 people in one train, so they constantly run 3 trains. Overall, I recommend you come here, and I rate it 9.5. The reason I don’t rate it a 10, is because the operations are slow, and sometimes, they run one train. Bye-Bye!