Halloween Terror by Night and Family Fun by Day at Wild Adventures

| September 22, 2015

Wild Adventures

VALDOSTA –Wild Adventures Theme Park launches two big Fall Halloween events this week along with 2016 Season Pass sales. Beginning Friday, the park transforms after dark into a nightmare of scares as Terror in the Wild returns. Saturday, the family-fun of Kid-O-Ween begins with daytime Halloween tricks and treats. Both events are included with a 2015 or 2016 Season Pass, available at for the first time this week.

The scares begin at dusk on Friday and Saturday nights, September 25 through October 31. In addition to guest-favorite thrill rides through the night, Terror in the Wild includes four haunted attractions and five scare zones, all delivering chills and thrills throughout the park.

A new scare-attraction this year, Camp Hackaway, turns summer camp fun into Halloween camp terror on the Alapaha Trail. Clown Chaos features the dark and creepy side of these happy-go-lucky toys. Farmageddon takes the brave and curious on a journey through the abandoned remains of the Swilley Farm under the threat of meeting the crazed Silas Swilley. And, Wild Adventures’ Ghost Train is back on track with new campy scares along the ride.

The park adds two new scare zones to the mix this year. Malice in Terror Land features a not-so-friendly bunny in a twisted tale. Also new, Swamp Magic gives guests an encounter with bayou doctors touting mysterious chants and gruesome instruments. For some lighter Halloween fun, there is also a new high-energy magic show with plenty of audience participation.

During the day on Saturdays and Sundays, Kid-O-Ween brings the other side of Halloween with not-so-scary, family-friendly fall fun. Kids and parents will enjoy the costume parade, trick or treating through the park, a foam maze and the magical pumpkin patch. Jitters, a kid’s game show featuring creepy crawlers and an all-new Boo House give just the right amount of excitement for the kids. Kid-O-Ween runs from 11 a.m. to 6 p.m. Saturdays and Sundays, September 26 to October 31. Kids 12 and under are encouraged to wear costumes to the park for Kid-O-Ween events, but costumes are not allowed for Terror in the Wild activities.

Terror in the Wild and Kid-O-Ween are both included with park admission or a 2015 or 2016 Season Pass. While visiting for the Halloween events, guests can take advantage of the guaranteed best price on 2016 Season Passes during a limited time sale that also gets them a free upgrade to Gold Season Pass benefits like free parking.

For the first time, Season Passes can be purchased in six payments as low as $12.50 each at WildAdventures.com. 2016 Season Passes can be used the rest of 2015 and all through the 2016 season. Sale ends October 31.

Due to some extreme scares, Terror in the Wild is not recommended for children under 12. Visit WildAdventures.com for more information.

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