Camp Snoopy

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This article is about children's area at Cedar Fair parks. For the amusement park previously called Camp Snoopy, see Nickelodeon Universe.
Camp Snoopy
Snoopy Bounce at Cedar Point Camp Snoopy entrance (1572).jpg
Camp Snoopy entrance in Cedar Point near Snoopy Bounce.
Location Current: 2 Cedar Fair parks
Former: 2 Cedar Fair parks
Theme Peanuts

Camp Snoopy is a Peanuts themed area for children at several Cedar Fair Entertainment Company amusement parks.


Camp Snoopy was first introduced at Knott's Berry Farm in 1983. This was the first amusement park with a section dedicated to children under 12 years old. It was later introduced at Cedar Point, making it the third kids area at the park. It was eventually rolled out to all the Cedar Fair parks besides Michigan's Adventure & Valleyfair. However, all Camp Snoopy locations have been re-themed as Planet Snoopy besides Cedar Point and Knott's Berry Farm. In fact, Cedar Point is the only Cedar Fair park to have both Camp Snoopy and Planet Snoopy in the same park.

On August 27, 2013, Cedar Point announced that Camp Snoopy at Cedar Point will receive the relocated Frog Hopper which will be renamed Woodstock's Airmail and Jr. Gemini will get a new entrance and be renamed Wilderness Run.[1]


Peanuts 500 in the Camp Snoopy section of the park at Cedar Point


Park Opening date Acres Rides
Cedar Point May 9, 1999 Unknown 10
Knott's Berry Farm July 1, 1983 6-acre (2.4 ha) 15


Park Opened Closed Replacement
Dorney Park & Wildwater Kingdom 2000 2010 Planet Snoopy
Worlds of Fun 2001 2010 Planet Snoopy
Mall of America 1992 2011 Park at MOA, then Nickelodeon Universe


  • Cedar Point: Balloon Race, Camp Bus, Charlie Brown's Wind Up, Peanuts 500, Red Baron, Snoopy Bounce, Tilt-a-Whirl, Woodstock's Airmail, Wilderness Run, Woodstock Express
  • Knott's Berry Farm: Camp Bus, Balloon Race, High Sierra Ferris Wheel, Huff and Puff, Joe Cool's Gr8 Sk8, Rapid River Run, Red Baron, Rocky Road Trucking Company, Sierra Sidewinder, and Woodstock's Airmail. The area was previously home to Charlie Brown's Speedway, Log Peeler, and Snoopy Bounce which were removed in 2014 to make way for three Zamperla rides: Charlie Brown's Kite Flyer, Pig Pen's Mud Buggies, and Linus Launcher.[2]


  1. ^ Richard Payerchin (August 28, 2013). "Cedar Point announces two new rides, changes to Camp Snoopy for 2014". The News Herald. Retrieved October 26, 2013. 
  2. ^ "Knott's celebrates Snoopy anniversary". Park World Magazine: 14. February 2014. 

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