Wild Adventures Announces Fourth of July Activities

| July 1, 2015

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VALDOSTA – Wild Adventures is celebrating 4th of July Weekend with a theme park-size fireworks display, family fun and a night-time waterpark party. In appreciation for their service, members of the military are invited to enjoy all the fun for free. All others still have time to save up to $10 on season passes before the sale ends on Sunday.

The weekend kicks off on Friday when Splash Island waterpark stays open until 10PM for a night-time party. The event features a DJ, dance contests, games and all the thrills of Splash Island Waterpark under the stars.

On Saturday, the fun continues when the park opens at 10AM. In addition to the rides, shows, animals and waterpark, the day features special All-American fun including watermelon eating, hula hoop and sack race contests. A special Independence Day all-you-can-eat BBQ buffet will also be available.

As the sun sets and the stars come out, the wildest fireworks display in South Georgia will light up the sky accompanied by a musical celebration of our freedoms. Guests are able to set up a chair prior to dusk when the show will begin. Chairs will also be available for rent on a first-come-first-serve basis. For extra special fireworks viewing, the Kona Cliffs and Hakini Rapids slides and the wave pool in Splash Island will remain open until the fireworks display is complete.

July Fourth is all about independence which would not exist without the sacrifices made by generations of military service members and Wild Adventures will honor them all with free admission. All active or retired military, disabled veterans and reservists are invited to visit the park Friday, Saturday and Sunday, July 3, 4 and 5 and receive free admission with military ID. Family and friends of military members receive $10 off one-day admission or $5 off two-day admission at the park. Participating on-base Information, Travel and Tourism offices offer the best rates on admission for family and friends of military members.

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