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Wild Adventures offers free admission for military

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Free Military Admission Returns With “Celebrate America Week”

Wild Adventures’ Third Annual Event Concludes With Two Nights of Fireworks

For Release: June 30, 2020

VALDOSTA, Ga. – Wild Adventures Theme Park is celebrating those who have served during its annual Celebrate America Week with free military admission and patriotic fireworks displays.

“At Wild Adventures, we feel it’s incredibly important to honor and recognize the men and women who have served our country,” said Patrick Pearson, director of sales and marketing.

All active, retired, disabled and honorably discharged military will receive free admission during Celebrate America Week, June 29 through July 5, with a valid military ID or DD-214 form. Guests in a military member’s party are eligible to receive $10 off single-day admission purchased on park.

Wild Adventures will light up the sky with a Patriotic Fireworks Spectacular on July 3 and July 4. The displays will be set to music and begin after dark. Guests are encouraged to experience the displays from Splash Island Waterpark or to bring lawn chairs to view the fireworks from the park’s concert venue.

Fireworks can also be viewed from the parking lot without entering the park. Parking information can be found at WildAdventures.com.

Before visiting, guests can learn about the park’s new temporary safety measures and procedures at WildAdventures.com/PlaySafe.

Wild Adventures Theme Park is located at the halfway point between Atlanta, Ga. and Orlando, Fl. off Interstate 75 and is home to more than 40 family and thrill rides, hundreds of exotic animals, dozens of concerts and special events each year and Splash Island Waterpark, named as one of the “Top 30 Waterparks” in the country by U.S. News and World Report. Wild Adventures is ranked as the Fifth Most Affordable Theme Park in America in the Theme Park Price Index published by HomeToGo and the Top Theme Park Deal in Georgia by Yahoo! Finance.