Valdosta, GA – Wild Adventures Theme Park in Valdosta, Ga. is “slowing down” this weekend to increase awareness and raise funds in observance of Sloth International Day.
“Sloths, like many of the animals our guests interact with at Wild Adventures, face significant challenges in their native lands,” said Adam Floyd, public relations manager. “Sloth International Day gives us an opportunity to educate guests about these adorable, slow-moving creatures and support efforts to help them.”
Sloth International Day was created by the Aiunau Foundation to raise awareness of sloth conservation efforts in South America. The Aiunau Foundation funds and operates rehabilitation centers in Columbia that rescue sloths from poachers.
Wild Adventures guests are invited to make donations to the Aiunau Foundation from Oct. 20 through Oct. 22 at the Wild Adventures sloth exhibit, home to Oscar the Two-Toed Sloth.
Terror in the Wild and Kid-O-Ween continue throughout October at Wild Adventures.
Terror in the Wild offers 10 attractions and scare zones every Friday and Saturday night, including five brand new areas: Infested, Apocalypse, Invasion, Coven and Reaper’s Garden.
Kid-O-Ween invites families with younger children to experience the sillier side of Halloween. Kid-O-Ween brings the smiles every Saturday until 6 p.m. and all day Sundays through Oct. 29.
Terror in the Wild and Kid-O-Ween are included with a 2017 and 2018 Season Pass or park admission.
2018 Season Passes are on sale at the guaranteed best prices of the year now through Halloween day on Tuesday, Oct. 31. For more information, visit WildAdventures.com or call the park at 229-219-7080.
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Wild Adventures is home to Oscar, a Two-Toed Sloth who enjoys peanuts, hanging upside-down and taking very long naps. Wild Adventures is celebrating sloths this weekend for Sloth International Day.