SCV Offers One-Day Service to Knott’s Berry Farm for ‘Military Tribute Days’

| Community | November 1, 2018

Santa Clarita residents can board Santa Clarita Transit on Saturday, November 10 for a patriotic ride to Knott’s Berry Farm. The one-day, round-trip service coincides with the theme park’s annual “Military Tribute Days” promotion, which offers free park admission to all retired or active U.S. military veterans, plus one guest.

As always, Santa Clarita Transit buses are open to the general public, so anyone can join this excursion. Residents and local veterans can board the one-day Santa Clarita Transit service at the McBean Regional Transit Center at 8:30 a.m. or the Newhall Metrolink Station at 8:45 a.m. Buses will depart Knott’s Berry Farm and head back to Santa Clarita at 5:30 p.m.

Transit fare will be waved with the donation of a canned good (minimum of one can per passenger). Without a donation, the regular fare is $3 each way, or $1.50 each way for seniors 60 and above and persons with disabilities. Don’t forget, in addition to using cash or stored value on TAP, riders can purchase their passes on their smartphones using the Token Transit app. Visit santaclaritatransit.com for details.

Upon arrival at Knott’s Berry Farm, U.S. veterans, retired and active military personnel will be required to present military ID or proof of U.S. military service to receive complimentary admission to the park. Passengers under 12 years of age must be accompanied by an adult.

For more information about Santa Clarita Transit’s one-day service to Knott’s Berry Farm, contact Santa Clarita Transit at (661) 294-1BUS (1287) or visit SantaClaritaTransit.com.


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