Vacation close to home with a 2010 Season Pass
Valdosta, GA- Spring Break is fast approaching and Wild Adventures Theme Park is affordable entertainment for families this season. The park is open daily, March 27 through April 11 (Closed Easter Sunday), for guests to enjoy Wild About Babies, a limited spring time event, Jeremy Camp in concert April 10, and more than 40 thrill rides, hundreds of animals and captivating shows. All Spring Break activities are included with a 2010 Season Pass. Season Pass prices increase April 12.
Baby animals debut at springtime event
Concert offers more family entertainment for Spring Break
Jeremy Camp, renowned Christian recording artist, is scheduled for Saturday, April 10 at 8:00 p.m. General concert entry is included with a 2010 Season Pass or general park admission. Concert reserved seats are available for $10 and must be purchased separately.
Just in time for Spring Break, Season Pass holders can enjoy Bring-A-Friend Free Day on April 11. Guests can visit the park with their Season Pass and one friend gets in at no extra cost. For the best value, guests must purchase their 2010 Season Pass before the prices go up April 12.
For more information about Wild Adventures Water and Theme Park and Spring Break events, please visit our website at www.wildadventures.com or call 229-219-7080.
Wild Adventures is a 170-acre theme park located in Valdosta, Georgia featuring one of the largest ride collections in the South, more than 500 wild animals, Splash Island Water Park, the region’s largest water park, shows, festivals and all-star concerts. The park is owned and operated by Herschend Family Entertainment (HFE), a company specializing in family entertainment. For nearly half a century, HFE has owned, operated or partnered in 21 properties across nine states, including Branson, Missouri’s Silver Dollar City; operating partner with Dolly Parton in Tennessee’s Dollywood and Dollywood’s Splash Country; operating partner in Atlanta’s Stone Mountain Park and owners of Ride the Ducks amphibious tours in six cities.