We spent most of our day in the "old" section where little has changed...
This is the most wonderful spot there in my opinion...
The Waterfall Grotto behind the jam shop.
The warm, old musty smell never changes no matter how many years go by...I love it!
This is the millstone room next to the grotto. The little pond still turns the waterwheel. I remember the charming dimness to this room as a child and it still gives me that certain kind of mysterious feeling.
Here is the old fireplace that is a part of the millstone room.
Just to the left, there used to be an open doorway that led to a wonderful polynesian gift shop, but it is now sealed up.
There used to also be a live bee hive on the wall behind plexiglass in this room. It was so fun to watch the bees doing their thing and my mom could always find me here whenever I was MIA.
Ahhh, Ghost Town...they have done a great job at retaining this original part of Knotts
I lost the boys for a second and this is where I found 'em...
Dead Wood Dick...RIP!
As you can see we visited during the Annual Halloween Haunt evident of the faux spiderwebs.