Teachers enjoy free admission at Wild Adventures

Celebrating start of new school year


VALDOSTA, Ga. – Wild Adventures Theme Park is offering free admission to teachers this weekend.

The special offer is to celebrate the start of a new school year.

Teachers, principals and school system support staff are invited to the park for free admission July 29 through Aug. 1, including Andy Grammar's concert Saturday.

“We wanted to do something extra special for our teachers as a way to show how much we appreciate the difference they make every day in the lives of our children and in our communities,” general manager Molly Deese said. “We’re happy to offer this small gift to say thanks.”

Educators who visit the park those days can enter to win $200 of school supplies.

The winner will be randomly selected and notified by Aug 5.

Teachers, principals and support staff need to show a valid school ID or a school district pay stub and photo ID for free admission.

Family members and friends can purchase discount tickets at the park when accompanied by an educator.

For more information on educational programs, ways to get a second day free and details on other upcoming events and concerts, people can visit the Wild Adventures Theme Park website.