Tuesday, November 25, 2008

More Than a Million Sparkling Lights Illuminate New Holiday Celebration at Wild Adventures Theme Park

/PRNewswire/ -- It's a bigger, better, brighter Christmas season in Valdosta, Georgia, this year as Wild Adventures unwrapped its new Festival of Lights holiday celebration, November 15.

More than A MILLION sparkling lights welcome visitors to the theme park, creating a holiday glow families will not forget. Plus, there are all new holiday stage shows, new holiday foods, a one-of-a-kind live nativity, great gift shopping, Santa Claus and even St. Nick's favorite reindeer, Rudolph.

"Our new Festival of Lights celebration is the most spectacular holiday event in the entire South Georgia and Northern Florida region - there's nothing else like it!" said Wild Adventures' General Manager Bob Montgomery. "Families are not going to want to miss all of the lights, decorations and fun activities awaiting them at Wild Adventures."

Holiday Lights, Decorations and Food Fill the Senses

Entering the park, visitors are immediately transported to a storybook- like winter wonderland with a million lights and holiday music. Visitors can sample a mouth-watering array of holiday foods, including homemade fudge, Christmas cookies, fresh cinnamon rolls, delicious warm soups served in fresh baked bread bowls and even yummy s'mores that guests make themselves around a holiday campfire.

Holiday entertainment abounds at the Festival of Lights. Not to be missed is the amazing Lake of Lights show in the Lagoon area of the park, a spectacular giant Christmas tree and other amazing decorations with lights that blink and dance in synch with stirring holiday music. There are several other great shows, too!

So Much To See And Do!

The fun never stops at the Festival of Lights. Among other things, children can visit with Santa Claus (until Dec. 23), hop aboard the Wonderland Express train ride, a relaxing and leisurely way to take in the true beauty of the decorations and lights. A limited selection of other rides will be open, too. Of course, there is fun holiday gift-shopping in the park's gift shops.

Festival of Lights is open selected days November 15 - December 31. Please visit the website www.wildadventures.com for dates and times.

Adult admission $29.99. Children $14.99.

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