Knott’s Berry Farm Boysenberry Festival Food Guide

If you’re a big fan of all things Boysenberry (the legendary fruit that’s a cross between a loganberry, raspberry, and blackberry), you’ll want to join the celebration at Knottā€™s Berry Farmā€™s Boysenberry Festival! The fruit is named after its originator Rudolf Boysen, and the Knott family was the first to successfully harvest and sell the boysenberry on the land that is now known as Knottā€™s Berry Farm. It’s the perfect place to celebrate. This year’s Boysenberry Festival starts March 29, operating daily through April 28, 2019. For 31 days, everyone can indulge in yummy eats and stay to play with live entertainment. (Additional cost for tastings). There is something for … READ MORE >>

Knotts Berry Farm: 7 Perks for Season Passholders

We frequent Knott’s Berry Farm quite often throughout the year. We used to live minutes from Buena Park, California so it made it easy to get to, but now we’re in South County and our kids still asks to go. Having a season passes will definitely make it easier and the best part is – they have the best value! There are NO BLACKOUT dates, and it includes a BONUS DAY for 2018 (Hello, Knott’s New Years Eve!) Remember the tasty eats during Boysenberry Festival in the Spring? It’s the place to be for all things boysenberry. What about Ghost Town Alive during the Summer when the citizens came to … READ MORE >>

Knotts Berry Farm Boysenberry Festival Elote

Knott’s Berry Farm Boysenberry Festival Tasting Card Deal 8 for $30!

It’s that time of year again where we can all say, “Yay!” to All Things Boysenberry! Lucky for us, we don’t have to go far, because it’s celebrated right here in Orange County where it became famous. The boysenberry is a cross between a loganberry, red raspberry and blackberry and is named after its originator Rudolf Boysen.Ā Back then Knott’s Berry Farm was a working farm, and the Knott family were the first to successfully harvest and sell the berry. It has changed so much, but the berry is the still the same berry, and every year they throw a party for several days in honor of it. This yearā€™s Boysenberry … READ MORE >>