Knott’s Berry Farm & Soak City Orange County
Anaheim Resort Transit (ART) provides transportation services Knott’s Berry Farm and Soak City Orange County on Route 18.
Knott’s Berry Farm
Knott’s Berry Farm has been entertaining families for generations. What started out as a modest farm became America’s first theme park with five themed areas filled with attractions for visitors of all ages.
Knott’s Old West Ghost Town® started it all and guests can still take a trip back in time as they belly up to the bar and enjoy a refreshing sarsaparilla at the Saloon or hop on board the Pony Express which delivers a horseback relay at speeds never imagined in the Old West.
Camp Snoopy offers acres of fun for the young and the young at heart with rides and shows featuring the lovable Peanuts characters. And Fiesta Village is home to Knott’s newest attraction, WindSeeker, which takes passengers over 300 feet in the air for a panoramic view of Orange County and beyond.
Knott’s also offers guests a wide variety of live entertainment including “Snoopy’s Starlight Spectacular,” a nighttime light and music show in Camp Snoopy® and spectacular ice shows in both summer and the holiday season. Knott’s is also home to the first and largest Halloween event on earth, Knott’s Halloween Haunt®.
Knott’s Soak City – Orange County
Knott’s Soak City is a separately gated, 13-acre water adventure park immediately adjacent to Knott’s Theme Park. Whimsically themed to Southern California beach towns of the 1950s, Soak City boasts 17 speed, tube and body slides including Pacific Spin featuring a six-story funnel; the 750,000-gallon Tidal Wave Bay wave pool; the one-third-mile Sunset River; and the three-story Toyota Beach House, featuring 200 water guns, nozzles, sprayers and other interactive surprises. Designed for maximum family appeal, Gremmie Lagoon is a hands-on water playground for our pint-sized surfers. Open daily Memorial Day weekend through Labor Day, and weekends in September.
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