Knott’s Scary Farm 2015

My teen daughter loves Knott’s Scary Farm!

La Primera at Knott's Scary Farm

For the past few years, Knott’s Scary Farm has been a “date night” for me and Marco. But Isa has been begging for me to take her. Finally, I decided she was old enough to get to go. She was super nervous and anxious. AND I had to act really brave! I depend on Marco to help me calm my own fear.

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 I’ve seen Scary Farm evolve and get better and better. It’s so much fun and I love that the designers of the mazes and experiences have gotten more and more creative. Watching Isa’s reaction was so much fun for me.

She was so nervous she barely ate a thing at the reception. She was holding tight to my arm all through the scare zones. She was really excited about the Dia de los Muertos scare zone because she loves seeing our culture in the world.  And the scary llorona characters were “so cool.”

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To help her conquer some of her anxiety before hitting the “scary” mazes, we hit a ride and played shoot bad guys in the Voyage to the Iron Reef. Thanks to twitter, I found that Leila was there with her daughter Kimi. Isa had met Kimi before and meeting up with them was the best! They went arm and arm through the park, screaming and scaring each other.

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Leila and I had a great time watching our girls brave the scares and had so much fun laughing with them and enjoying everything.


Our faces are permanently stuck like this 😉 #scaryfarm

A photo posted by Leila Miyamoto (@dontspkwhinese) on

Knott’s Scary Farm is the largest Halloween experience in Southern California, with endless mazes and killer new surprises in 2015. Investigate a haunted hospital in the groundbreaking new maze, PARANORMAL, INC.  Escape the icy grasp of the chilling Snow Queen in The Dead of Winter. Or enlist to fight the zombie apocalypse in an all-out war against the undead in the interactive experience, Special Ops: Infected – Patient Zero. With 11 haunted attractions and more than 1,000 monsters roaming the park and lurking in the fog, whatever you’re imagining, it’s here…at Knott’s Scary Farm. Select nights from September 24 through October 31. 

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You can get tickets, season passes, Fright Line passes, and Skeleton Keys at by going to the Knott’s Scary Farm website. Share your fun on social media with the #ScaryFarm hashtag.

Thank you to Knott’s Berry Farm for inviting me to the media event. Can’t wait to visit again! I received no compensation for this post. 

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