Guests from outside California will be able to visit Knott’s Berry Farm starting June 15.
Disneyland Resort had already announced its own in-state attendance restriction would end on that same day, as California will remove the remaining restrictions in its Blueprint for a Safer Economy COVID-19 reopening plan.
We are very excited to begin welcoming our out-of-state guests back starting June 15. 🎉 Reservations are required. Visit our website for the latest updates on requirements, policies and safety protocols for the 2021 season – https://t.co/Qn1EeG6id0 pic.twitter.com/nEBMmt0ubl
— Knott’s Berry Farm (@knotts) June 2, 2021
As Knott’s noted in its announcement, however, the park’s own restrictions won’t be going away on June 15. Reservations will still be required. Face masks remain required for now, though California Gov. Gavin Newsom has said the state will end its mask mandate the same day as its Blueprint goes away.
Knott’s reopened to the California guests in May with a new attraction, the Knott’s Bear-y Tales: Return To The Fair interactive dark ride. Through Sept. 6, the park is belatedly celebrating its 100th anniversary with new meet-and-greets and photo opportunities themed after defunct Knott’s attractions like the Wacky Soap Box Racers.