So, you can imagine how much fun I am on New Year’s Eve.
However, just because staying up until midnight is a chore for me, doesn’t mean I can’t have fun on NYE! Thanks Knott’s for showing me fun on December 31st doesn’t mean having to stay up until Midnight!
The ice show blew my expectations away. Such talented people made us ooh and ahh..and I may have even shed a tear as Linus stood center stage to tell the “true meaning of Christmas.” Thank you Knott’s for honoring the words written by Charles M. Shultz.
My 9 year old loves every ride there. My 7 year old is warming up to the bigger rides too. As he is obsessed with the Jaguar, he finally rode the Sidewinder. He’s getting there…. He spent a lot of time on the “adult” swings as seen here….
And my youngest? Camp Snoopy all the way. She wouldn’t ever leave the tree swings & trucks if she didn’t have to.
We had a phenomenal time at Knotts for their #KnottsNYE celebration. We didn’t make it up for the fireworks display at midnight…but we did get home to celebrate the “East Coast” midnight at 9pm. We probably won’t do it any different for a while.
You can still get great prices on season passes to Knott’s…the Year is still so young! My husband actually took all three kids yesterday to the park while I helped my brother and sister in law with my new niece! I’m not just saying this…Knott’s is such a spectacular, extremely close place with something to do for everyone in the family.
Click HERE to find out more about season passes.
And as of right now, Knott’s is PINK! They’re supporting breast cancer with ticket sales until March 27th. And if you know me, you know I run a non profit to benefit breast cancer… this is also right up my alley. Click HERE for information on their Knott’s For The Cure Support.