Wild Adventures Offers Free Admission to Those Affected by Hurricane Michael
VALDOSTA, Ga. – Wild Adventures Theme Park in Valdosta, Georgia is offering free admission to residents of counties affected by Hurricane Michael during the park’s annual Days of Thanks in November. “For several years now, we have provided free admission to Wild Adventures after Thanksgiving to service professionals, teachers and the military as a way for us to give back to those who give so much to our community,” said Molly Deese, general manager. “This year, we also want to give a few days of fun to our neighbors who were devastated by Hurricane Michael.” Residents of Florida, Alabama and Georgia counties that have been declared disaster areas can receive free single-day admission to Wild Adventures Theme Park during Days of Thanks, Nov. 23, 24 and 25, with proof of residency. Wild Adventures is also assisting Second Harvest of South Georgia in their efforts to provide Hurricane Michael relief. During Days of Thanks, guests can 1 receive “Buy One, Get One Free” admission with a non-perishable food donation to Second Harvest. Days of Thanks is also the chance for teachers, first responders, firefighters, law enforcement officers and active, retired and honorably discharged military personnel to visit Wild Adventures and enjoy free admission. Nov. 23, 24 and 25 with proof of occupation or military service. Pre-K children can also visit Wild Adventures for free with the new Pre-K Free Kid’s Season Pass available to all children ages three to five-years-old. Parents interested in receiving a free season pass for their child can visit WildAdventures.com/Pre-K for more information and to register. For more information about Days of Thanks, 2019 Season Passes or the Pre-K Free Kids Season Pass, visit WildAdventures.com. Wild Adventures Theme Park is located at the halfway point between Atlanta, Ga. and Orlando, Fla. 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.