If you could talk to Walter and Cordelia Knott today, they’d tell you straight out that they never intended to build a theme park. He was a farmer and she was a homemaker; their dream, when they finally leased the farmland in Buena Park in 1920 that’s now Knott’s Berry Farm, was to build a little farm stand and sell what they grew.
This is a solid mini-feature. It's interesting how attractions in the area are rooted in places that were once uncrowded.
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