When I got the invite to attend Knott's Scary Farm this year, I knew it was going to be fun. A couple of weeks ago during the media event, I learned about the improved and new mazes and they looked really fun.
This year after a great reception with great food as usual, we headed to the new attraction Special Ops Infected. The park has been infected and there is an area in quarantine. With the help of your squad leader and an infrared rifle you and your team will be on a mission to protect humanity from zombies, retrieve survivors and become a hero! This is a must do attraction and it was my favorite this year.
Something that you want to consider when visiting Scary Farm is to get the Fright Lane with Skeleton key pass which offers unlimited priority access to nine haunted attractions all night long and "opens the doors" to a secret extra room inside of five mazes. It is a great way to ensure you will be able to visit all the mazes and get the most for your money.
This year the mazes were improved and some of the new ones were very scary. One of the favorites was The Tooth Fairy, however I will recommend visiting all of them if you have time.
As far as the shows go, both shows are highly recommended. The Hanging is really funny, it is the opposite of political correct, but it is that what makes it so good. The stunts are pretty good, the singing is not bad and the jokes are current and to the point.
Elvira's Big Top has pretty cool act shows, it is entertaining and funny and the best part you can take a break from standing up, and rest your leg and a comfy seat at the theater.
Also, the roller coasters are open, so you can still enjoy the rides and have a super cool experience of riding them at night. The feeling is different, and you are going to love it. Also just walking through the park, on the foggy streets of ghost town, waiting for a monster to come out of nowhere and scare you, makes it going to Scary Farm a great girls night out or a different type of date with your significant other.
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