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Wild Adventures Theme Park, Valdosta

Categories: Theme Parks, Water & Amusement Parks
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3.8/5 based on 700+ reviews on the web
Explore over 50 rides at Wild Adventures Theme Park theme park, while getting up close and personal with hundreds of exotic animals. You'll have the chance to try nine roller coasters as well as water attractions and family rides like a safari train and carousel. View animals like zebras, hedgehogs, foxes, birds, and reptiles in the park. You can experience the splash island and rent a secluded cabana featuring a flat-screen TV, mini bar, and lounge chairs. The site features a variety of shows and other attractions such as miniature golf and go-karts. To visit Wild Adventures Theme Park on your trip to Valdosta, use our Valdosta travel itinerary maker.
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  • We live in Ft. Lauderdale FL. and are always visiting all the Disney parks in Orlando Fl. I really thought Wild Adventure would be lame, but much to our surprise it was lots of fun. Not as expensive a...  read more »
  • This isn't disney, but its great for a full day of fun with your family. Good coasters, and rides. Water park is nice. Overall good value and worth the stop. 
  • Live in Saint Simons. Family needed a mini vacation over the weekend. Wild Adventures is a perfect option. Great value for the experience! 
  • We have visited Wild Adventures several times. We drive 3 hours to get there when Six Flags is less than an hour away. The reason is that there are many more rides that young children can enjoy and the lines are MUCH shorter. We typically ride every ride in the park in a 2 day trip. We also enjoy the waterpark when the heat picks up. What's nicer than cooling off in the lazy river and then going back to ride more rides. We also enjoy the numerous animal shows and interactions. The kids love it and it is so much more enjoyable and affordable than many theme parks. Grab a couple of refillable cups and get free ice water refills to keep hydrated. The kids are already planning the next trip.
  • This is my favorite amusement park ever and i have been to a lot! Hardley any lines! Not busy! Love this place! It's pretty has fun rides! My favorite place!
  • We went the weekend after Hurricane Hermine. We missed getting to go Saturday but went Sunday and Monday. We already had reservations we could not cancel so we drove there anyway hoping the park would be open Saturday. They decided late Friday to close. I'm very picky. Having said that, I loved it as did my grandkids. The rides are a little dated but in good condition. The lines were short. Kids over 36 inches can ride lots of rides. The food is good for park food and not nearly as expensive as Six Flags. You can also leave for lunch and come back later without paying to park again. Free ice water in cups is available at all fountain drink places. The restrooms were clean during our visit. No trash was visible. The animals seem well cared for. The shows were great and did not overly stressful on animals. Hand sanitizer is available everywhere after handling animals. The dinosaur exhibit is great for dinosaur lovers. The water park was clean and fun. For 40 plus dollars for two days admission and fun, it can't be beat. Don't let the bad reviews discourage you from going.
  • Wild Adventures is like a mom and pop theme park. It is a collection of carnival rides, animals, roller coasters and a water park with a smattering of shows. They also have mini golf and go-karts. It is not the may see duct taped head rests on the Tilt-a-whirl...but it is clean. I love this place because it is smaller and the lines for rides are so short plus I feel comfortable letting my kids run off to do their thing. This park is pretty big- definitely more than you can do and see in one day.
  • I always have fun going. Concerts are pretty good selection. The rides are rarely ever down and staff is normally very friendly. Good diversity of food and drinks. I'm a season pass holder and go 2-3 times a month and have never seen the Paridise river have trash in it or trash anywhere for that matter. My biggest complaint is I wish it was open during the week.
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