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7 things to enjoy at Knott’s Merry Farm before it’s gone

By in Press Enterprise on December 28, 2017

By Michelle Mills

Knott’s will be packing away its Merry Farm on Jan. 7, but that’s still plenty of time to go. There are many special things to see and do – and eat – during the holiday season at the park so we’ve chosen seven to help you begin planning your visit.

Christmas Crafts Village: If you wanted a new beanie or scarf for Christmas but didn’t get one, you can find unique handmade hats and other items from the seasonal vendors in Ghost Town. It’s also an opportunity to start shopping for next year.

Mrs. Claus’ Kitchen: For a nice family activity, especially if you have small children, spend some time decorating an oversized cookie. Everything is provided for $5.99 and you don’t have to clean up the mess.

  • Home Baked Beanies by Avalon Scott are at the Country Craftin’ both in the Christmas Crafts Village. The festively decorated Knott’s Merry Farm is open for the holiday season featuring the Christmas Crafts Village, Santa’s Christmas Cabin and a wide selection of shows November 17, 2017. (Photo by Leo Jarzomb, SGV Tribune/ SCNG)

  • Kelvin Chu, 4, and his father Hyurn Chu of Honolulu, Hawaii work on a big sugar cookie using lots of red and blue icing at Mrs. Claus' Kitchen. The festively decorated Knott's Merry Farm is open for the holiday season featuring the Christmas Crafts Village, Santa's Christmas Cabin and a wide selection of shows November 17, 2017. (Photo by Leo Jarzomb, SGV Tribune/ SCNG)

    Kelvin Chu, 4, and his father Hyurn Chu of Honolulu, Hawaii work on a big sugar cookie using lots of red and blue icing at Mrs. Claus’ Kitchen. The festively decorated Knott’s Merry Farm is open for the holiday season featuring the Christmas Crafts Village, Santa’s […]    

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