Buena Park California
Dozens of rides for all ages at Knott's Berry Farm
The longest inverted coaster on the USA's West Coast at Knott’s Berry Farm
Bouncing-off-the-walls fun at Big Air Trampoline Park
Snoopy and The Peanuts Gang at Camp Snoopy in Knott’s Berry Farm
Cheering on the knights at Medieval Times Dinner & Tournament
The swashbuckling crew at Pirate’s Dinner Adventure
Yummy desserts at the award-winning Porto's Bakery & Cafe
Rocking out at Gene Simmons' restaurant, Rock & Brews
Enjoying the thrills and slides at Knott’s Soak City water park
Thousands of monsters await at Knott's Scary Farm, recognized as the world's largest Halloween event
Where fun finds you
Fun for the Whole Family
No visit to Buena Park would be complete without a day – or two, or three – at Knott’s Berry Farm, a 65-hectare theme park set on a one-time berry farm. Make no mistake: Knott’s is designed with the entire family in mind, with rides that run the gamut from twisting, turning, heart-pounding roller coasters to bumper cars, carousels and log flumes. Camp Snoopy, a Peanuts Gang-themed area for children houses kid-friendly attractions, live shows and meet-and-greets with Snoopy. In the summer, drop into Knott’s Soak City water park with dozens of thrilling slides, relaxing cabanas and one of the world’s longest lazy rivers.
Even dinner is entertaining in Buena Park with three interactive dinner shows. Climb aboard an 18th century ship and join a swashbuckling crew at Pirate’s Dinner Adventure, a show with sword fighting, duels and aerial stunts. Feast like royalty at Medieval Times Dinner & Tournament featuring a joust competition, complete with horses and clashing knights. For adults, there’s Beach Boulevard Club, a dueling piano bar with vintage Hollywood allure.
Most visitors don’t know that Buena Park also has a wide selection of popular restaurants including the award-winning Porto's Bakery & Cafe. The authentic Cuban restaurant serves mouth-watering pastries, flavorful sandwiches and unique coffee creations. Mrs. Knott’s Chicken Dinner Restaurant has been serving its world-famous fried chicken, buttermilk biscuits and boysenberry pie for more than 75 years.
Buena Park has served as the backdrop for several movies and television shows, including “National Treasure,” “The Cable Guy” and “Master Chef” with Gordon Ramsay.
In 1932 on their farm in Buena Park, Walter Knott and Rudolph Boysen created the boysenberry – a cross between a raspberry, loganberry and blackberry.