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Knotts Berry Farm to San Diego on a Sunday

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Just wanted to get the opinion of people who know the L.A./San Diego areas as far as traffic/timeframes. On the last Sunday in April (the final day of our trip), the plan is for my family to go to KBF (Knott's Berry Farm) from 10am-5pm. Since our flight out of SAN leaves at 9:45pm, I would like to return our rental car by 8pm to have plenty of time to get checked in (we'll have to check in at the counter since we won't have access to a computer/printer that day for online check-in) and go through security. My question is, barring some massive pileup or other major unexpected traffic issue, is allowing 3 hours on a Sunday reasonable for getting to SAN on time from KBF???

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