advice for going to knott's berry farm

Wednesday, May 16, 2001 10:19 PM
i wanted to know, like what rides i should get on at what times and in what order to have the least lines, i don't think i'll be there by the time it opens though
Wednesday, May 16, 2001 10:26 PM
When are you going?
Thursday, May 17, 2001 2:19 PM
june 18-22
im not sure on which day though
Thursday, May 17, 2001 4:17 PM
Immediately head for GhostRider when you get there. I can not stress how quickly the queue fills up for that woodie. After a ride on it, the line will probably be too insane for a consecutive 2nd ride, so head up straight for the Boardwalk attractions (Supreme Scream, Perilous Plunge, HammerHead, Boomerang, etc.), then down into Fiesta Village (Jaguar!, Montezooma's Revenge), then onto other smaller rides you've missed.
Thursday, May 17, 2001 8:26 PM
I work at Knotts (games department) and am a frequent visitor :) so here is my advice:
Yes, I agree Ghostrider should be the first ride of the day. Next head for Log Ride if you are a fan of that type, or even if you are not. The lines will get long throughout the day, and this is your best chance. From there, the Boardwalk is right around the corner. So go on Boomerang, Hammerhead. Don't worry about Perilous Plunge. THe line is always very short. You can do it any time during the day, besides you probably don't want to get that wet so early anyway.
If you are a dark ride fan, visit Kingdom of the Dinosaurs. The line WILL get long later. just take my word for it. I mean over an hour long! I suggest heading back towards fiesta village, and on your way go on supreme scream.
Next, head for Montezoomas Revenge, then Jaguar.

You should not have to worry much about lines for the fiesta village flat rides, so do those at your convinience.
Don't miss the Calico Mine Ride. it is great!
Be sure and visit Mystery Lodge and the Wild West Stunt Show. Both are well done shows. that is pretty much the entire park, have fun!!

We will trade Windjammer for Flashback...
Thursday, May 17, 2001 9:22 PM
Windjammer was already sold to some amusement park in Mexico. Don't the head honchos tell the workers anything.

May 25'Th You'll Be Seeing Deja Vu Over And Over And Over...

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