Things to Know Before You Try A Sensory Deprivation Tank

The latest craze in alternative medicine is called Flotation Therapy, which uses a sensory deprivation tank. After hearing about this new way to “relax, purify, and soothe”, I decided to try it.

The basic idea is that you float in a tub full of warm water and Epsom salt inside an enclosed environment where all your senses are blocked or otherwise dulled.

To proceed with my experiment, I bought a Groupon for the Awaken Float Lounge in Orange. Check 0ut their website here. The owner Eric told me he personally floats 3 days a week for about 90 minutes. Awaken Float Lounge has been open since March 2016.

What to Know Before you Go:

  1. You will float without any effort. There is so much Epsom salt in the tub that it’s almost impossible not to stay buoyant. About 1/3 of your body is above water, so you can still breathe.
  2. You can choose to close the door to the tank entirely, blocking all outside sound and light; or leave it cracked.  I left it open for about 10 minutes, then closed it. It is not recommended to keep opening and closing it because it interrupts the serenity of the experience
  3. The benefits of floating include stress relief, flushing away toxins, lessened pain, and pure relaxation.
  4. Floats average 60-90 minutes, but a gentlemen I met told me he floated for 4 hours one day.
  5. You may think – what am I going to do for 90 minutes?! Some people fall asleep, some people daydream. I personally was caught in a trance-like state.
  6. The experience is surreal and hard to explain but the closest explanation I can think of is that it feels like what your mother’s womb must feel like – warm, comfortable, dark, and peaceful.
  7. It’s easy to lose track of time and reality because all your senses are blocked. You can’t hear or see anything and all you feel is the warm water on your skin. To help pull you back to reality, soft music is played to signal the end of the session.
  8. Those who are afraid of small spaces/the dark (like myself) will be uncomfortable at first, but if they can relax enough they will enjoy the experience.
  9. Anyone can float, including those with medical conditions & pregnant women.

Being a Type A personality, I was skeptical about Flotation Therapy. I often have trouble relaxing, and being constantly surrounded by technology can be both a blessing and a curse. After having spinal problems all my life, I am always willing to try any kind of therapy that might help. I do believe Flotation Therapy helped me both relax and soothed my muscle aches, and I would recommend it. I believe everyone can benefit from this experience.

The normal price for each 90-minute session at Awaken Float is $55 ($45 for your first time).

Other locations in Orange County include Newport Float in Costa Mesa and Float Lounge in Laguna Beach.

Please note that SoCalLocale was not compensated for this review.

 

 

Newport Beach Film Festival is Back!

The Newport Beach Film Festival attracts over 55,000 to the normally quiet beach-front town, but it’s more than just a collection of films. This year is the Newport Beach Film Festival’s 17th year running. Since 1999, the festival has become a premier destination for many of the major film titles on the festival circuit, and has grown exponentially, emerging as one of the largest film festivals on the West Coast and gaining top status on lists from influential magazines such as Variety and MovieMaker.

Photo Credit: Newport Beach Film Festival

Photo Credit: Newport Beach Film Festival

It may sound out of reach for most locals, but the Newport Beach Film Festival prides itself on being accessible to the entire community. Anyone who loves movies is welcome to attend screenings, panels, and even the opening night gala.

Opening night at the Newport Beach Film Festival brings the absolute best in film, food, and fashion together in the center of one of Southern California’s most iconic outdoor shopping destinations – and home of Style Week Orange County – Fashion Island. Featuring dishes from 25 of the top local restaurants, a bar with top shelf brands – such as Tito’s Vodka, Remy Cointreau, and Stella Artois, Opening Night is one that locals look forward to all year long.

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Photo Credit: Newport Beach Film Festival

This year’s lineup includes showcases in the categories of Action Sports; Art, Architecture & Design; Collegiate; Documentaries; Family; Environmental; Music; and Shorts. There are a number of films features from the UK, Europe, and Pacific Rim, as well as a Latino showcase. There is truly something for everyone.

Photo Credit: Newport Beach Film Festival

Photo Credit: Newport Beach Film Festival

For the complete schedule and to purchase tickets to your screening of choice, visit http://www.newportbeachfilmfest.com/.

Everything You Need to Know About Winter Fest 2015

(Disclosure: My family was offered free admission to this event to check it out. We were not required to share our thoughts, but I thought it might be helpful to share our experience with those who are on the fence about going.)

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Winter Fest opened last night, Friday December 18th with mixed reviews. I attended with my family and though at first I wasn’t sure what to expect, as the night unfolded we ended up having a really amazing time. If you’re still on the fence about going, here’s everything you need to know before you decide.

Admission

Tickets are priced different. Monday through Friday adults are $20 and children are $10, when bought online. On Saturday and Sunday the tickets are $25 for adults and $15 for children. At the gate all tickets are $5 more.

Save more money by buying your tickets online in advance and use the promo code “REINDEER” for an extra $5 off each ticket.

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Activities

Here is what you get just for the price of admission:

  • Coupon for 1 free ride and 1 free carnival game
  • Unlimited ice tubing at Snow Summit (must be 42″ or taller)
  • Entry to one of two bounce house for kids
  • Reindeer viewing and feeding
  • Nightly Christmas tree lighting (5:30pm)
  • Intermittent snowfall (Check with a staff member for times)
  • A few simple Christmas themed crafts
  • Model train display
  • Photo opps (walk-through ornament, Christmas tree, cut-out photo stands, great decorations)
  • Daily and nightly entertainment throughout the event

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Here is what you have to pay extra for:

  • Unlimited ride wristband ($20 when purchased online)
  • Ride tickets (if you don’t do the wristband)
  • Carnival Games
  • Pictures with Santa
  • Face Painting
  • Caricatures
  • Ice Skating ($15 per person, plus $5 for skate assistance if needed)
  • Snow Summit fast pass ($10)
  • Food and drink

Food

There are limited food options at the event. I counted eight food (not dessert) stands, five or six dessert/snack places and one sit-down restaurant. I am not sure their stance on bringing in your own food and drink, but it might be worth looking into if you’d like to keep the cost down. You can also show your same-day Winter Fest tickets at The Triangle for some awesome freebies, so you might want to consider eating there. More info on that here.

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The types of food I noticed were pizza, chicken wings, chicken fingers, corn dogs, BBQ, tacos/nachos, and rice bowls.

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The sit-down restaurant is a fun ski lodge theme, and a great choice for a family meal.

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Desserts were ice cream, candied nuts, various cookies, cupcakes and cake pops, cotton candy, kettle corn and more.

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Nightly Snowfall

The nightly snowfall is to the left of The Hangar building as you’re facing it, and to the right of the Rice Bowls stand. The snow comes on intermittently throughout the night, and also during the Christmas Tree lighting. Be sure to stand on that side of the tree during the ceremony to be close to the snow.

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Time and Money Spent

I’ve had a lot of people ask me if it’s “worth it” to go. Here’s my time and money breakdown, and I’ll leave it to you to decide the value of a nice night out. Parking is $7 – cash only. For the average-sized family, I would give yourself around four hours to experience the event. It was not crowded on the night we went, but between the carnival rides and games, Snow Summit, reindeer feeding, bounce houses, model trains, crafts, and eating dinner, it took around that much time to experience everything. We could have kept on riding down Snow Summit, but it was getting late. If you buy the discounted online admission for a weeknight, it’s only $40 for two adults and two children over the age of 4. I recommend the unlimited ride wristbands for the kids ($20 each), and if you have a few snacks and drinks there, expect to pay around $120 total for a fun evening with your family. If you decide to ice skate, have some beers, or get a pic with Santa, you’ll have to add a little more to your budget.

Personally, we had the most fun tubing and riding the carnival rides. It felt like a smaller and more intimate version of the fair to me, and I really liked that it wasn’t crowded. For families with very small children I am not sure it would be the best event for you, but if you have kids between 5 and 10 years old, I think you would really enjoy a night (or day) at Winter Fest OC. The biggest complaint I’ve heard was the cost, but I think it’s possible to enjoy the event without spending too much as long as you’re prepared!

 

Does Winter Fest OC sound like something your family will experience this year? Did you already visit? What did you think?

 

 

Winter Fest Freebies at The Triangle in Costa Mesa!

Are you planning on going to Winter Fest? The Triangle has some fun freebies to make an exciting day out even more fun!

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Before or after your visit to the snowy fun, show your same-day Winter Fest tickets at the following spots in The Triangle for your freebies!

  • Creamistry: ticket holders can receive 10% off an ice cream order, or one free topping.
  • H2O Sushi & Izakaya: one complimentary appetizer per party, with a purchase of $20 or more.
  • La Vida Cantina: enjoy one complimentary appetizer or dessert per table, excluding seafood appetizers.
  • Saddle Ranch Chop House: ticket holders can receive one complimentary Cotton Candy Tower dessert and a complimentary bull ride with any purchase (one each per table)
  • Tavern + Bowl: receive a free shoe rental and/or a complimentary appetizer with the purchase of an entrée when you show same-day Winter Fest tickets

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The Triangle is located in the heart of Costa Mesa, just moments from the OC Fair & Events Center. The 200,000 square foot lifestyle center offers popular dining, entertainment and services, including a convenient car wash on the first level of the parking structure. The Triangle is conveniently located at the end of the 55 Freeway, where Newport Blvd., Harbor Blvd. and 19th Street intersect. The center offers seven levels of free parking, as well as a Valet on the first level near Tavern + Bowl. For more information on The Triangle, follow them on Facebook or visit their website!

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Winter Fest is Coming to the OC Fair & Event Center

Winter is coming to the OC Fair & Event Center! Absolute Event Solutions (AES) is bringing something new and different to the OC with an all-new holiday spectacular, Winter Fest. The inaugural event will be a whimsical winter wonderland for Southern California residents that features unlimited ice tubing, the world’s largest walk-through ornament, festive entertainment, ice skating, VIP rink-side cabanas, live reindeer, a nightly Christmas tree lighting ceremony with snowfall, seasonal-themed eateries, libations, a carnival and much more.

Winter Fest will begin each morning with a snow-capped opening moment led by resident master magician, Jimmy H.  The fun and entertaining Chainsaw Chicks will also be at Winter Fest, carving out fantastic ice sculptures while engaging the crowd with their unbridled charm. Additional live entertainment includes local bands, strolling carolers, and performances by community organizations from around Orange County.

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Worried about the weather? Many of the Winter Fest attractions are inside buildings throughout the fairgrounds, so they can be enjoyed even in the rain!

In the Winter Fest Promenade, enjoy a variety of food and beverage options in a holiday atmosphere. Family-friendly dining will also be available in the Slippery Slope Ski Lodge (known as Baja Blues Restaurant during the OC Fair), featuring a ski-lodge vibe with holiday-themed cuisine and drinks, mountain décor, nightly live entertainment, and staff decked out in ski gear.

At the end of the Winter Fest Promenade stands a 30-foot Christmas tree, where you can gather around sundown at 5:30 p.m. for a heartwarming tree lighting ceremony with snowfall. Near the beautiful Christmas tree will be two of Santa’s reindeer, available for viewing and feeding!

Adults will love the Mistletoe Lounge, which will be offering holiday-themed cocktails, international craft beers, and comfortable seating amid the holiday décor and entertainment of the Winter Fest Promenade.

Tickets for Winter Fest for Monday through Friday start at only $10 online, $15 onsite for children age 4 – 11, and $20 online, $25 onsite for adults. Ticket Prices Saturday and Sunday are $15 online, $20 onsite for children age 4 – 11, and $25 online, $30 onsite for adults.  Children 3 and under are free.  Purchasing tickets online is highly encouraged to not only save money but also ensure the desired event date is not sold out.

Ticket prices include admission to event, plus the following activities:

  • Unlimited ice tubing down Snowflake Summit
  • One complimentary carnival ride
  • One complimentary carnival game
  • Entry to bounce houses for kids
  • Reindeer viewing and feeding
  • Access to the world’s largest walk-through ornament
  • Nightly Christmas tree lighting ceremony with snowfall
  • Craft making and games for kids
  • Daily & nightly entertainment

Not included in admission, but available to purchase onsite for $15 per person, is access to the 6,000 square foot ice skating rink inside the Hangar building! Beloved holiday films will be projected onto a theater-sized screen in the background of the rink for skaters to enjoy as they glide across the ice. Santa has even transported several sleighs from his collection to the Hangar building, and they will be on display for the first time ever at Winter Fest.

Elegant rink-side VIP cabanas will also be available for only $99 per session while they last, and accommodate 2 – 10 people but can adapt to fit parties of up to 100. The VIP cabanas offer exclusive menus with seasonally inspired food, cocktails, a private ice rink entrance and private servers. VIP cabanas are perfect for groups, parties, or a date with a loved one.

Can’t get enough winter fun? Adult season passes for unlimited admission into to all 17 days and nights of Winter Fest are available for $45 advance and online (limited supply); children’s season passes (ages 4-11) are available for $25 advance and online (limited supply).

For more information on Winter Fest and to purchase tickets, visit www.WinterFestOC.com.

 

Get Your Sugar Rush at the OC Fair & Event Center Dec 5-6

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Need a little sweetness in your life? Big Bite Events has just the thing for you. Coming down with the recent success of their Big Bite Bacon Fest in Long Beach, they’ve announced their newest concept in “foodtainment,” Sugar Rush.

Sugar Rush is a one-of-a kind combination dessert showcase and sweet market experience. Festivalgoers will also enjoy chef demonstrations, live entertainment, games and crafts for kids. As with all Big Bite Event productions, there will be plenty of fun themed games and entertainment to keep everyone busy!

The event is packed with entertainment, competitions, demonstrations, walk-about tastings, and shopping from dozens of the best pastry chefs and confectioners in Southern California.

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Karina Jimenez of Viva Los Cupcakes is the chef behind an award winning specialty cupcake company which draws inspiration from Mexican regional foods and desserts to create new and unique cupcake flavors like the ‘Tamal con Mole” cupcake. (Pictured above.)

Olivia, owner and founder of Unbaked: A Cookie Dough Bar, makes sweet dreams come true with 100% safe-to-eat edible raw cookie dough.

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In celebration of National Cookie Cutter week, Sugar Rush is inviting both professional confectionary and pastry chefs along with amateur dessert artisans to participate in the Sugar Rush Cookie Competition. This competition will offer everyone a chance to put a favorite family cookie recipe to the ultimate test. There will also be a Sugar Cookie Art Display Competition, which will bring together a cookie, an artist and a cause to battle for the best sugar cookie art display. All entries will be put on display for the festivalgoers to bid on via a silent auction, with 100% of the auction proceeds being donated to a local charity.

Regular tickets are still available and start at $20. VIP tickets for Sugar Rush are also available and include one-hour early admission before general admission guests, a VIP swag bag, chocolate and spirits pairing and access to the VIP Sugar Lounge. The event will open at 11 a.m. for VIP, 12 p.m. for general admission and continue until 5 p.m. daily. The event will be held at the OC Fair & Events Center in Costa Mesa.

 

For more information about this one-of-a-kind sweet experience and to purchase tickets visit www.SugarRushOC.com.

 

Holiday Time at the New Outlets at San Clemente

Have you been to the new Outlets at San Clemente?

The Outlets at San Clemente is the first and only ocean-facing outdoor outlet shopping and dining destination in Orange County.

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The center is currently open, though they are still adding new shops and dining locations. Upon completion, the center will boast nearly 70 retailers and more than a dozen dining options, including four restaurants offering scenic ocean views.

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We stopped by The Outlets at San Clemente and were delighted to see how they were decked out for the holidays. The Christmas tree is stunning, and we found Santa and Mrs. Claus sitting at the bottom of it. They’ll be available to meet and take photographs with starting on Black Friday.

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We also spotted Santa’s reindeer, waving and jingling from above some of the stores. The attention to detail in the decor at the Outlets at San Clemente is just outstanding.

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Many of the shops in the Outlets at San Clemente are already open! You can find great deals at some of your favorite high-end retailers such as Calvin Klein, Cole Haan, Columbia Sportswear, GUESS, Tommy Hilfiger, Nike, and more.

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If you have some free time this week and want to beat the Holiday shopping rush, you’ll find the Outlets at San Clemente to be a beautiful and relaxing place to shop. Most of the stores already have their sales started.

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Fresh air, beautiful decor, scenic views, and a relaxed shopping environment that is great for the whole family. What more can you ask for? Oh yeah, dogs are welcome at the Outlets at San Clemente too!

Keep updated on the various holiday events and new shops and dining options opening at the Outlets at San Clemente by following them on Facebook, Twitter and Instagram.

Happy Shopping!

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Santa is Coming to Irvine Park Railroad! (Giveaway)

The giveaway at the bottom of this post is provided by and will be fulfilled by Irvine Park Railroad. SoCal Locale is responsible for winner selection. Read more to find out how to enter to win an Irvine Park Railroad Christmas Train prize package valued at $93.00! (All photos courtesy of Irvine Park Railroad)

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Christmastime is magical at Irvine Park Railroad! Starting nightly, November 27th through December 23rd, your favorite local railway transforms into a holiday wonderland!

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During this time, the train runs a little differently than normal. Instead of the usual round trip around the park, the Irvine Park Railroad Christmas Train makes a special stop at the North Pole! (Regular train rides are available from 10:00am to 4:00pm.)

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Tickets for the train ride must be purchased online in advance. Tickets are only valid on the day and time selected, so plan accordingly. Times begin at 4:00pm. Some days have already sold out. You can buy your Irvine Park Railroad Christmas Train tickets here. (Note: If, after 4:00pm, all tickets have not sold out for the day, you may purchase the unsold tickets in person.)

Having Fun in the Coloring Corner

The Irvine Park Railroad Christmas Train is a very popular Orange County event. They recommend arriving as early as possible to ensure you don’t miss your ticket time. There are a variety of free activities for families to enjoy while waiting to board the train, such as the Christmas Coloring Corner, Story Time with Mrs. Claus, and Frosty’s Maze.

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There are also games, ice fishing, bounce houses, and cookie decorating activities that cost one activity ticket per person. Every child who plays a game wins, so no one walks away empty-handed.

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While you’re at Irvine Park Railroad, visit the Christmas Tree Ranch and take home your perfect Christmas Tree. The Christmas Tree Ranch offers three types of Christmas Trees; Douglas Fir, Noble Fir, and Grand Fir, with prices ranging from $40 to $150.

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Santa is excited to see everyone at Irvine Park Railroad this Christmas season! For more info and ticket sales, be sure to visit the Irvine Park Railroad website. And don’t forget to enter below for a chance to win an Irvine Park Railroad Christmas Train prize package! The prize includes:

  • 4 Christmas Train Tickets
  • 4 Activity Tickets
  •  1 Wheel Fun Rentals at Irvine Park Bike Rental (excludes the double surrey)

Good Luck!

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Knott’s Season Passes – A Great Holiday Gift!

Disclaimer: The opinions in this article are my own. I do not work for, or with, any brand mentioned in this article, nor do I have any official relationship with them.  I have a relationship with GigaSavvy, for whom I create original editorial content.

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Are you looking for something fun and exciting for this year’s Holiday gifts? Knott’s Berry Farm has you covered with their affordable season passes! The 2016 Knott’ Berry Farm season pass gives you access to all of the great seasonal events that happen at Knott’s Berry Farm (excluding Knott’s Scary Farm), plus discounts on food and merchandise. Included with your 2016 season pass is one visit during 2015, which means you can visit Knott’s Merry Farm this year, as well as next year!

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If you’ve never had a chance to visit Knott’s during the Holiday season, now is the time to go! There is a lot to love about Knott’s Merry Farm. The halls are decked and the Peanuts gang are out and about in their best snow day gear. It’s the perfect place to make new Holiday memories and create great family traditions.

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Knott’s Merry Farm includes all kind of fun activities. From thrilling attractions and live entertainment, to a craft and artisan fair and festive holiday decorations, to delectable holiday foods, there is something for every member of the family.

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A fan-favorite returning this year is the Merry Christmas, Snoopy! ice show. The show is packed with fun and whimsical scenes as Snoopy enjoys all of the best parts of the season such as trimming the tree and attending the Christmas Ball alongside some amazing world class ice skaters. Showing in the Charles M. Schulz Theatre on select dates from November 21st through Jan 3rd, this is a one-of-a-kind performance that you don’t want to miss.

Inside Christmas Cabin

During Knott’s Merry Farm, The Wildnerness Dance Hall in Ghost Town becomes Santa’s Christmas Cabin. This transformation brings holiday delights like Santa’s homemade cookies, freshly roasted nuts, seasonal craft beers, and other Knott’s holiday treats all under one roof for guests to sample as they wait to meet and take a photo with Santa Claus.

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Guests can also get into the Christmas Spirit in the Knott’s Christmas Craft Village, located right in the middle of Ghost Town. Booths full of beautiful handmade gift items line the streets, so you can do a little holiday shopping while the Calico Carolers stroll through serenading you with seasonal favorites. Another highlight of the Christmas Craft Village is the glass-blowing and chainsaw sculpting demonstrations done throughout the day. The Village is included with regular park admission, and is also open to the public for free Monday through Thursday, November 23rd through December 10th.

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Throughout the day, guests can find themselves entertained by a variety of fun and family-friendly shows and activities. Knott’s Merry Farm entertainment includes Christmas Time is Here, Charlie Brown in the Camp Snoopy Theater, Christmas on Engine 41, A Christmas Carol and A Gift of the Magi in Ghost Town’s historic Bird Cage Theatre, Krazy Kirk and the Hillbillies also in the Birdcage Theatre, and The Ghost Town Miners on the Fireman’s BBQ Stage.

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Every night, when the sun goes down, it’s time for Snoopy’s Merriest Tree Lighting. Santa and Snoopy join together, along with elves, toy soldiers, snowmen, and more to light the towering Knott’s Merry Farm Christmas tree.

Snow and Glow in Ghost Town

This year, you can also catch the nightly snowfall in even more places than before! The buildings of Ghost Town will twinkle as snow falls from the School House to the Saloon and down to the Assay Office!


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Christmastime is alive and well at Knott’s Merry Farm, and there’s no better way to celebrate the season! Get your 2016 season passes now and enjoy your free 2015 visit! Daily admission to Knott’s is $67 at the gate or $43 if you purchase online. Children 3-11 are $37. For more info, directions and hotel deals, visit Knotts.com

 

Knott’s Spooky Farm is Fun for Families!

Disclaimer: The opinions in this article are my own. I do not work for, or with, any brand mentioned in this article, nor do I have any official relationship with them.  I have a relationship with GigaSavvy, for whom I create original editorial content.

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Knott’s Berry Farm is my favorite place for Halloween fun. They really go all out for Knott’s Scary Farm, and this year the whole park goes spooky for their family-friendly weekend celebration: Knott’s Spooky Farm. This daytime event is a non-scary celebration of cheer rather than fear with shows and activities all geared for kids ages 3-11.

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The event is a little different from the family Halloween events of Knott’s past. This year, guests can trick-or-treat their way through the Ghost Town streets, and be greeted at each door by only the friendliest ghosts and ghouls.

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The whole family can enjoy the winding maze of Spooky Hollow, located in Fiesta Village. Together you’ll travel through a spooky forest complete with gigantic jack-o-lanterns, creepy characters, and more. At the end, you can decorate your own pumpkin for a small fee.

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In the Monster Masquerade Ball, kids can make their own not-so-scary masks, and join in some spooky karaoke.

Other great activities include the Creepy Crawler Cabin, Snoopy’s Costume and Dance Party, and “The Monsters are Coming, Charlie Brown” in the Camp Spooky Theatre. Spooky Farm activities are included in regular park or season pass admission.

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If you want to enjoy Knott’s Spooky Farm and more, now is the time to buy a season pass! For a limited time, the 2016 Knott’s Berry Farm Season Pass includes one free 2015 visit for new Passholders. Renewing Passholders will receive a special renewal price and one free Fast Lane to use any day when Fast Lane is sold through 12/18/15! (But hurry, this offer ends November 2!)

The 2016 Knott’s Berry Farm Season are an unbeatable deal at only 9 payments of $9! For more info or to sign up for your pass, click here!

We hope to see you at Knott’s in 2016!