Knott’s Berry Farm authorities said Friday that the park would not return until May, in spite of having the option to resume at 15% limit April 1.
“As we anticipate returning our doors, we actually have some work to do,” Jon Storbeck, VP and general manager, said in an explanation. “From recruiting and preparing new partners to working with Government authorities on finishing rules, we will make a solid effort to guarantee that we can resume our park securely for all to appreciate.”
Knott’s representative Diana Bahena said amusement park authorities were “empowered and energized” by the state’s as of late delivered rule permitting subject parts to return under the less prohibitive red level.
Under the red level of the state’s outline, the topic part could return with up to 15% limit, with an expansion to 25% once the district makes it to the orange level. Authorities have said the orange level could be reached when April if latest things proceed.
“I trust individuals can make the most of Knott’s Berry Farm again soon,” Orange County Supervisor Doug Chaffee said. “It’s been something pleasant to me before, and it’s ideal to have a portion of the positions returning, as well. That is significant, the positions that they address and the financial lift it will provide for that territory.”
Paving the way to the arranged May 2 resuming, the park is offering its Boysenberry Festival — an open air retail and food occasion — on select dates.
Authorities said as of now bought season passes will be substantial for the rest of 2021, in addition to a day-for-day expansion in 2022 for the quantity of days the park was shut in 2021.
“We can hardly wait to celebrate 100 years of unique family fun with you during our Knott’s Anniversary Celebration this late spring,” Storbeck said. “We particularly anticipate making new loved recollections as we by and by open our entryways and welcome our family back to the farm.”