The kids were super excited because they'd never been.
And it was fun for me, because it brought back memories
of visiting the park with my parents when I was young.
Me and my mom circa March 1981
Since it was all about Camp Spooky,
the kids got to dress up.
JT was a "Hawaii Guy" and loved posing with all the characters.
Isabella was a "Hula Girl" and she had no interest in going near
any of the characters.
We started the day with a yummy breakfast at Lucy's Lunchbox.
I loved how they served the kids' breakfast in keep-able containers.
After visiting with some bloggy friends - like Kara Noel -
we hit the rides with Jaime and clan.
It was a lot of fun watching the kids having so much fun.
I loved being in the park before the crowds and enjoying everything with no lines!
I even did some some!
What was I thinking???
Isabella was all smiles starting Woodstock's Airmail,
but her feelings at the end were another story.
The kids even got to do some trick or treating!
The Boys - big and little - did some of the Big Rides!
Ghost Rider, Montezooma's Revenge and Sierra Sidewinder to name a few.
JT was crazy excited to conquer the Big Rides.
The Girls kicked it together and had some fun of their own.
The Dentzel Carousel is a classic!
Why is my girl so crazy?!
We had a fantastic time at Knott's Berry Farm.
The staff was awesome, the rides were fun,
and there was something for each of us to do.
Thank you Knott's and Camp Spooky for having us!
We look forward to coming back!
And since a season pass is SUPER AFFORDABLE - it might just be soon!
And a special thanks to Jaime for taking awesome pictures for me!
Camp Spooky runs weekend in October at Knott's Berry Farm.
Disclosure: We were invited to Knott's Berry Farm by GigaSavvy to attend the VIP Camp Spooky Event. I attended because I was wanted to create fun memories with my family. I received parking, breakfast and park admission for free. I blogged about it because I wanted to and not because Snoopy & the Gang told me I had to. All the thoughts & opinions are mine.