Knott's Berry Farm asks guests to alert security to line jumpers

Posted | Contributed by Richie Reflux

Knott’s Berry Farm is encouraging guests across the 57-acre theme park to report line jumpers by texting a message to the park’s security team. It is the latest effort by the park to clamp down on guests who cut in line or hold spots for large groups.

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TheMillenniumRider's avatar

Because that will work well, let me send a text to the security guard who may or may not show up 20 minutes later. Maybe Knott's should focus on enforcement and raising capacity instead of telling the guests its your problem to help us do our job.

Last edited by TheMillenniumRider,

Let me get this straight, don’t the ride signs tell riders to “leave personal items including wallets/keys/cell phones/purses/etc. in a locker or with a non-rider” but now we are going to tell guests IN LINE to use cell phones to text security?

Ricky Zimmerman and Timmy Fisher haven’t got a clue what they’re doing and now they are going to manage a company of 30+ parks? Half of which have been on the decline since the Burke/Story days and need a good overhaul that these two knuckleheads will be running? Get the popcorn out folks.

Outside of Top Thrill 2 at Cedar Point are there any other rides in the chain that don't allow phones in line?

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