All-New Phobia Set in Real Blackwater Swamp
Daytime Kid-O-Ween Activities Await Guests This October
Valdosta, GA – Wild Adventures Theme Park is the area’s number one place to experience Halloween this October, with the family-friendly Kid-O-Ween and the fear-filled Phobia. During the day, Kid-O-Ween returns with more interactive activities for families to enjoy. When it gets dark, Phobia frightens with all-new haunted experiences for scare seekers. Both fall events are included with park admission, a 2010 Season Pass or a 2011 Season Pass, available beginning October 1.
Kid-O-Ween Celebrates the Sillier Side of Halloween
Now in its second year, Kid-O-Ween is a family-friendly way to celebrate Halloween in addition to the park’s rides, animals and entertainment. Children select their very own magical pumpkin in Monty’s Magical Pumpkin Forest or doodle on a giant coloring mural, both new for this year. The event includes fall themed interactive activities, such as Monster Mash Dance Party, a hay bale maze, trick-or-treating, and a craft station to inspire even the smallest goblin.
Kid-O-Ween runs Saturdays and Sundays in October, 12:00 p.m. – 6:00 p.m. This event is appropriate for guests of all ages.
All-New Phobia Engulfs the Swamp
The all-new Phobia is the only Halloween experience of its kind set in a blackwater swamp. The tea colored waters of the swamp create the perfect haunting environment. With the addition of The Fearmaker, a demented character, Phobia is the ultimate haunted experience.
The Fearmaker, the embodiment of all things evil, has crept into the park to wreak havoc, bringing guests face to face with their worst nightmares. Guests wander through a single, horrifying pathway facing their most terrible fears. They will either escape the Fearmaker’s deadly grip or join his entourage.
Phobia runs Friday and Saturday evenings, 7:00 p.m. – 11:00 p.m. in October. Some guests, including children under 12, may find some of the experiences or images disturbing and should not visit Phobia. Select rides will operate during Phobia. For more gruesome details on Phobia, visit www.wildadventures.com/phobia.
2011 Season Pass On Sale October 1
Everyone who purchases a season pass in October gets a gold upgrade free. At $59.99, the Gold Pass saves an average family of four $160 off of peak season pricing. Gold includes free parking, miniature golf and go-karts. Passholders also receive three additional months free as they are invited to use their passes for the remainder of 2010 including admission to popular park events like Kid-o-ween, Phobia and WA’s special Christmas days.
2011 Season Passes are offered online (www.wildadventures.com), via phone 229-219-7080 or at the park. Passes must be purchased by October 31, 2010 to receive special gold benefits.
Wild Adventures is a 170-acre theme park, water park, and animal park all in one place for less located in Valdosta, Georgia. The park features one of the largest ride collections in the South, more than 500 wild animals, Splash Island Water Park, the region’s largest water park, shows, festivals and all-star concerts. The park is owned and operated by Herschend Family Entertainment (HFE), a company specializing in family entertainment. For nearly half a century, HFE has owned, operated or partnered in 21 properties across nine states, including Branson, Missouri’s Silver Dollar City; operating partner with Dolly Parton in Tennessee’s Dollywood and Dollywood’s Splash Country; operating partner in Atlanta’s Stone Mountain Park and owners of Ride the Ducks amphibious tours in six cities.
Wild Adventures Theme Park in Valdosta, Georgia provides interactive Halloween activities for families, during Kid-O-Ween. Kid-friendly activities include a hay bale maze, trick-or-treating, a dance party and more. Saturdays and Sundays in October. wildadventures.com
Guests will not be able to escape from their worst fears at this year’s all-new Phobia. The Fearmaker has taken over the blackwater swamp of Wild Adventures Theme Park in Valdosta, Georgia to bring your most gruesome nightmares to life. wildadventures.com/phobia